Schroth Technology

2-Inch Webbing

Why is it better than 3 Inch for Lap Belts?

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Webbing Construction

Schroth's Polyester Webbing has a few tricks up its sleeve

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SFI and FIA Seat belt standards and expiration dates

The Bottom Line on belt dates

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SFI 16.6 Homologation

SFI 16.6 is the latest seat belt standard that went into effect in 2015. For the 2016 racing season, SFI 16.6 specification belts will be mandatory for NASCAR Sprint Cup and Xfinity series with the NASCAR Truck series mandating SFI 16.6 belts for the 2017 season. The new SFI 16.6 specification adds additional safety standards to the already very stringent SFI 16.5 standards. The biggest change required in SFI 16.6 versus SFI 16.5 is the addition of a mandatory Negative G belt, making all belts e

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QuickFit Harness Technology

The easiest and safest way to put a harness in your street car

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Flexi Belt 2-Inch Lap Belts

Flexi-Belt™ - one harness, many variations!

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Hybrid Style Restraints

Engineering in Action!

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FIA 8853-2016 Harness Standard

Details on the testing that goes into your harness

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Polyester Webbing

The Advantages of Polyester Vs. Nylon

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SCHROTH RFR Rotary Buckle

The patented SCHROTH RFR™ rotary (cam lock) buckle operates with a carbon fiber reinforced gear system. Since it operates grease free it is insensitive to dust and other environmental influences. RFR™ the abbreviation for Regressive Force Release, means the release force is reduced during release operation rather than increasing as seen with all other rotary buckle products. Therefore the RFR™ buckle meets the stringent FIA required release forces without the need of an extended lever.

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Street Legal Harnesses

ECE-R 16.04 / DOT-FMVSS 209 approvals

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ASM® Technology

The only way to safely use a 4-point harness!

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