Bally Ribbon Mills has announced a line of safety webbing and tapes, ideal for fire, law enforcement, industrial, military, and commercial fall protection personal protective equipment (PPE).
The Pennsylvania-based company designs, develops and manufactures highly specialized engineered woven fabrics.
The company’s safety webbing and tapes meet the demands of applications requiring high temperature, fully engineered safety solutions. They can be used for shoulder straps, harness webbing, and chin straps, as well as helmet suspension, binding tapes, lap belts, and shock absorbing webbing.
Made from nylon, Kevlar and other specialty fibres, the safety webbing and tapes are ideal for applications requiring high tenacity, abrasion resistance and flame and heat resistance. They are also a good choice for controlled elongation applications as well as those requiring chemical resistance in specific environments.
The safety webbing and tapes offer conductivity, dimensional stability and strength, and can help to reduce weight and size.
The materials meet United States (NFPA) requirements for firefighters’ protective clothing and equipment.
For more information about the company and its products, visit Bally Ribbon Mills.
Bally Ribbon Mills announces line of safety webbing and tapes
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