New Arrival China Safety Harness SHS8006-ADV for Angola Importers

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New Arrival China Safety Harness SHS8006-ADV for Angola Importers Detail:

Item: SHS8006-ADV

Color: orange and black together as default color

MOQ: 100PCS

 

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1) Leg straps are in different colors for easy wear.

2) Two attachment points to match any foreseeable fall arrest working condition.

3) Six adjustment positions on belt and legs for superior fit.

4) High strength webbing more than 27KN(6,000Lbs).

5) Light weight,moisture wicking and breathable waist padding always keeping the wearer comfortable.

6) Chest loop equipped with carabiner for rescue and fall arrest.

7) Waist D ring for better work position.

8) Special black surface coating for high corrosion resistance.

9) Custom design webbing end secure to hang on to when adjusting the straps.

10) Individually inspected.

11) Customized webbing colors available.


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  • This Department of Interior film captures Boulder Dam — better known as Hoover Dam — in the midst of its construction. See how the Colorado River flowed before, and after, the construction of what was then the world’s tallest dam.

    SUMMARY
    Part 1 shows the Colorado River and the arid deserts of the Southwest. Bulldozers build a road to the proposed dam site. A train brings in supplies and materials made throughout the U.S. The dam site is surveyed. Shows Boulder City, Nev., including workmen’s dormitories, kitchen, and mess hall. Workers ride to the dam site in trucks and drill and blast out diversion tunnels. Power shovels clear debris. In part 2, diversion tunnels are blasted open and coffer dams are constructed. Bulldozers and trucks clear excavated material. Sand and gravel is brought in by train and is screened, washed, and graded. Concrete is mixed and is carried by truck and locomotive to the dam site. In part 3, concrete is poured into forms. Shows the interior of a tunnel, the intake towers, spillways, and penstock valves. Tubing is made at the dam site and is assembled by workmen. In part 4, penstock pipe sections are trucked from factory to the dam site and lowered into position by cable. Concrete is poured into coffer dams. President Roosevelt speaks at the dedication ceremonies. Shows flashes of spillways, transmission towers, and power lines, and an aerial view of Boulder Dam and Lake Meade.

    Boulder Dam, 1937

    Transcript (PDF): http://www.archives.gov/social-media/transcripts/transcript-boulder-dam-11722.pdf

    CREATED BY
    Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures.

    ARC ID 11722
    LOCAL IDENTIFIER 48.91

    REPOSITORY:
    Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-M), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD, 20740-6001.

    For information about ordering reproductions of moving images held by the Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Records Section, visit: http://www.archives.gov/research/order/broadcast-quality-film-dc.html

    SUBJECTS
    Blasting
    Building
    Concrete
    Dams
    Earthmoving machinery
    Electric engineering
    Reservoirs
    Roads
    Surveying
    Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
    Department of the Interior. Bureau of Reclamation.(06/20/1923 -11/06/1979 ), Producer
    Boulder City (Clark county, Nevada)
    Colorado River

    MORE INFORMATION:
    More information is available in the National Archives online catalog:

    http://arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=11722



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