Replacement rope clamp for MICROFLIP, featuring an ergonomic cam and integrated cam spring. Description - Ergonomic cam for rapid length adjustment - Integrated cam spring helps avoid accidental ...
The ASCENSION handled rope clamp is designed for rope ascents and features an overmolded grip and ergonomic upper part for a comfortable and powerful grip when pulling with one or two ...
Designed for rope access and rescue professionals, the CROLL chest rope clamp is very compact and lightweight. The rope channel is reinforced with stainless steel for ...
• Designed to provide a smooth upwardmovement and positive engagement onthe rope. • Adjustable on both the horizontal andvertical straps, allowing the user toposition the device on the boot, accordingto preference. • ...
... with considerable impact forces. The combination of high quality materials and advanced production processes has ensured a rope friendly, durable, robust block that looks amazing and performs even better. Lightweight ...
... dynamic single ropes in the 8.5 to 11 mm Ø range. Lightweight and compact, it allows for belaying a leader or a top-roping climber, both hands handling the rope. This is what makes the new CLICK UP really ...
... fall arrester with smooth rope friendly cams, designed to be used as the main fall arrest device or as a rope access back-up device, it can be placed or removed of the rope at any point, ...
Recommended for work positioning and ropes with vertical anchor points For 10,5 to 11mm ropes (EN1891-A) Recommended rope FSR65, FS630 Made in aluminum Weight 0,20 Kg CE EN353-2
Fall arrest device type SCK For steel cables with a diameter suitably of 8.0 mm: CE:EN 353-1
... attaches at the chest. Moves with the user and provides good protection in the event of a fall. Designed for use with 9-13 mm ropes. The hole for the carabiner has a diameter of 15 mm.
How to choose this product
A rope clamp holds fast to a rope under all conditions. Its self-cleaning slot prevents slipping, even when the rope is muddy or frozen. The clamp allows the rope to be climbed in stages, with periodic stops.
Rope clamps are used in a variety of situations: climbing a static rope, helping someone in difficulty, rescuing a climber stuck in a crevasse or on a wall, etc.
The rope clamp has a release device (usually a cam) which opens when the clamp is moved upward along the rope. When downward force is applied, the cam closes, wedging the clamp against the rope. The user can then ascend the rope.
How to choose
A rope clamp should be chosen as a function of intended use and the type of material (rope, cable, etc.) to be employed with it. It should meet applicable standards.
- Ergonomic design