Special 7 class sewing machines had to be used to go through the layers of straps used in the harness manufacturing. Sewing machines strong enough to go through 20 gauge steel.

The tie-down straps with ratchets that connect to the harness are high breaking strength. We use special wire hooks with keepers so that they don’t slip off in hurricane winds.

Specialty made ratchet straps can be ordered in different breaking strength as needed from 1,000 to 20,000 lbs.

Custom straps with loops on both ends can be ordered, straps that go over the home or building roof. These straps will be used for homes or buildings that don’t have shingles or tiles to protect! These straps can also be used for RVs, boats, planes, cars, signs, sheds, personal property, car ports, etc. Straps can be ordered from 1 ton to 50 tons breaking strength.

We use anchors for the harness that are heavy duty. The eye steel anchors set in wet concrete 3 to 4 feet deep, depending on soil type and size of the eye anchor.

The other anchor we use is for concrete slabs that the home or building has already on property. That anchor is a D-Ring with steel plate that is 11,000 to 16,000 lbs. breaking strength that is drilled with concrete bolts to the concrete slab.

The straps for the harness comes with a special waterproof sealant that penetrates the fibers and thread of the straps that stops acid rain, UV, and sun and coats and protects the polyester webbing for many years. Not just a waterproofing, but a sealant and also can be used for concrete. The sealant can be ordered separately also.

The harness has polyester straps that are stitched to the mesh material to form a superior high tensile strength. The standard harness has straps on both sides of the harness that is 5 feet wide and the breaking strength is 24,000 lbs. (12 tons) on one side of breaking strength, so together the whole harness straps breaking strength would be 24 tons.

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