Harness Belts : Schroth : Formula 2X2 FHR
Formula 2X2 FHR
The Schroth Formula 2X2 FHR racing belt is one of the lightest and most advanced 6-point Formula style harness systems on the market. Schroth Formula style harnesses are the official safety harness of most current F1 teams. The Schroth Formula 2X2 race belt features 2" (50mm) polyester webbing at the shoulders for improved placement on the FHR/Hans chest plate, 2" polyester webbing on the lap belts with 'soft-style' D-rings for sub-straps to pass through, lightweight adjusters, RFR rotary cam lock. The Schroth Formula 2x2 race harness's 2" (50mm) specific shoulder belts are designed to make FHR use safer and more comfortable. The full 2" shoulder webbing fits perfectly on a FHR device, creating optimal force distribution on the surface of the device. Usage of a complete 2" belt from attachment point to cam-lock allows the usage of 2" light-weight adjusters reducing mass and drag of a 3" adjuster. A standard 3in. belt will work, however some of the load is not distributed on the HANS. This also can be a comfort issue with some of the webbing falling off the HANS. Schroth's 2in. lap belt's most notable feature is that it rides within the crest of the human pelvis where a 3in. belt would rest on the edges. This allows you to get the belt up to an inch and a half tighter. That means the lap belt will be working earlier in the accident event because it gets loaded faster. It's also more comfortable and easier to adjust because there's less friction through the adjuster. The Formula 2X2 lap belts feature a compact static 3-bar Bolt-in mounting hardware (B24) at the lap belt for compact usage in tight Formula car seating. FIA 8853-2016 Approved. Available in black or red colors.
- 6 Point Formula style race belts,
- FHR specific 2� (50mm) shoulder belts,
- 2in wide lap belts with 'soft-style' D-rings for optimal sub-strap separation,
- Compact 3-bar adjuster with bolt-in end (B24) on lap belts,
- Patented RFR lightweight aircraft style camlock,
- FIA 8853-2016 Approved only when used with a FHR/HANS device.