Ligature & Fall Prevention Solutions

When the removal of belts from trousers or pants is required by protocols for ligature prevention; our patented elastic fitting systems provides a durable and effective solution that keeps pants and shorts safely held-up and securely fastened by an elastic safety waistband. Our Tether Belt system adjusts for fit and comfort, provides ease of use, convenience and safety.

5″ SAFETY TETHER BELT

Xi4.05 Tether Belt  – XTENEX® Tether Belt System Xi4.05 Tether Belt

XTENEX® Tether Belt System converts two belt loops into an adjustable elastic waistband that is safe, secure and comfortable.

Tether Belt Attachment Options

  • Tether Tab™ (Ballistic Nylon Fabric)
  • Zip Tie Eyelet (Nylon Plastic)

Tether Tab™ with a black Xi4.05 lace attached to  belt loops to create an”elastic” waistband.

White nylon Zip Tie with eyelet with a white Xi4.05 lace attached to  belt loops to create an”elastic” waistband.

REPLACE BELTS

Tether Tab

The Tether Tab™ was developed with safety and comfort in mind. “We were asked to create a system that could convert a traditionally belted pant into an adjustable waistband,” said Mike Gonzalez, CEO of XTENEX.  This request turned into the Tether Tab™, which is a soft ballistic nylon loop that is attached to a belt loop and then a Xi4.05 lace is attached and adjusted so that the perosn wearing the belt replacement can keep their pants in place without having a belt.

Zip Tie Eyelet Method

Some facilities prefer a nylon Zip Tie with eyelet to replace a traditional belt. This requires the zip tie to be attached to a belt loop, the excess cut off and then the Xi4.05 lace is attached to the eyelets.

When fastened into Tether Tab™ or Zip Tie Eyelet, Xtenex will NOT pull through. To adjust, reduce blocking spheres by stretching the locking cord apart. Adjust fit then release.

Safe, secure and worry-free replacement fastening system.

“The belt thing you sent is great!

We really like it because there is no way the patients would be able to tie these together to cause self harm…”

Tory Childress / Holly Hill Hospital