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This leather transport belt securely holds the handcuffed person's wrists at the waist with half cuffs on each side. This design allows you to keep the detainees' hands separate but restrained. Users can attach the restrained person by the attached cuff or D-ring. The D-Ring works with most handcuffs, including those with a hinged fastening. The belt is popular with law enforcement agencies for its ability to keep detainees restrained while being transported. Product has nine size adjustments to ensure a perfect fit.
Humane Restraint Leather Transport Belt with D-Ring and Side Cuffs
The steel D-ring in front is designed to fit most models of handcuffs including hinged cuffs, or can be used to attach the waist belt in front with a tether to ankle restraints.
- This Leather Transport Belt is 52" long and 1.5" wide.
- The 9 size adjustments belt ranges from 30"- 48" by 2" increments.
- The transport belt is typically used in hospitals, correctional settings, treatment centers, psychiatric institutions, law enforcement and EMS.
- The weight is approximately 1 lb. 9 oz.
- Materials used are 12/13 oz. leather, 1.5" steel roller buckle, 1.5" steel keeper, pair of handcuffs, and a steel D-ring made to fit virtually all handcuffs.
- For regular cleaning, rub belt with a mild soap and warm water. For removing bloodborne pathogens, use one cup of bleach to a gallon of water, then rinse. After wiping the leather, allow it to air dry and apply neat's-foot oil.
- Best to store in a cool, dry area to prevent mildew.
- Instructions: With restrained person's hands cuffed, wrap the belt around the waist. Pull tail end of the belt through roller buckle and adjust to fit snugly. Pull the tail end through the keeper to hold it in place. Uncuff one arm, feed cuff through the D-ring, and reapply the cuff to secure OR close attached cuffs on the belt to the detainee.
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Type of product||Transport Belt|
|Safety Warning||Do not use for prolonged periods of time.|
|Minimum Shipping latency||1|