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Focus On: Transport Restraints

Lets take a look at transport restraints. Usually used for the movements of inmates/patients to protest themselves from harming or their carers/staff from being harmed – Also helps them to not escape

Transport Restraint Waist Belt with Attached Wrist Cuffs
Transport Restraint Waist Belt with Attached Wrist Cuffs

Closed using 3qty Magnetic Locks these could also be closed using standard padlock posts and mechanical padlocks or other types of fastenings depending on the security level needed.

The waist belt will fit a waist/belly range of 26″ through to 50″ approx with the nominal sizing being about 32″-42″ which makes use of the velcro fastening within the waist belt.

The wrist cuffs will fit upto 11″ approx. and can be fastened to the waist belt in a number of ways depending on how you manipulate the straps. The standard was is show in the photo.

In stock at £79.95 plus shipping.

Below shows the four sizing extents of the belt:

Absolute Max. fit Size – 50″ approx.
Max nominal fit Size – 42″ approx.
Min nominal fit Size – 32″ approx.
Absolute Min fit Size – 26″ approx.