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iain/hsm
15-05-2017, 04:38 PM
Having a clear out of some old Navy design projects, we keep all the drawings, design progress documents records and material samples etc for 20 years before can we dispose of them.

This included a box that contained a range of nylon and polypropylene webbing samples that were used for various projects RB harness equipment, etc some are soft and useless some pretty stiff and would be useful for any homebuilders still out in the wild. Although most of the companies have ceased trading some remain so if anyone wants to kick off a new project I would be more than happy to discuss suppliers. Or send you a jiffy bag with all the parts in for free.

All suppliers brands and model part numbers are shown on the photo if it isn’t big enough to see on the forum let me know. Iain

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iain/hsm
15-05-2017, 04:51 PM
I can see now, It's not

The D rings are top to bottom, thin to thick.
Makefast 128
Makefast 152
Makefast 127
The bottom sample was made by Snowdon Engineering Caernarfon since ceased trading

The webbing companies still available are
Arthur Hart & Son
Bowman Narrow Fabrics
Hattersley Alladin Ltd

CNF have gone and yes back then it was 12.50 for 100 metres of the stuff. Iain

http://www.makefast.com/acatalog/Online_Catalogue_STAINLESS_STEEL_D_RINGS_23.html

Arthur Hart now Amsafe

http://www.amsafe.com/restraints/military-seatbelt/

Bowmer now Bowmer Bond

http://bowmerbond.co.uk

jamesp
15-05-2017, 06:04 PM
I can see now, It's not

The D rings are top to bottom, thin to thick.
Makefast 128
Makefast 152
Makefast 127
The bottom sample was made by Snowdon Engineering Caernarfon since ceased trading

The webbing companies still available are
Arthur Hart & Son
Bowman Narrow Fabrics
Hattersley Alladin Ltd

CNF have gone and yes back then it was 12.50 for 100 metres of the stuff. Iain

http://www.makefast.com/acatalog/Online_Catalogue_STAINLESS_STEEL_D_RINGS_23.html

Arthur Hart now Amsafe

http://www.amsafe.com/restraints/military-seatbelt/

Bowmer now Bowmer Bond

http://bowmerbond.co.uk

Snowdon Engineering Caernarfon

Try ISC international Safety Components, Caernarfon: I think they may be a spin off.

Then there is DMG in Llanberris: climbing equipment.