Cable Grab w/Carabiner
Grab is Stainless Steel
For vertical fall arrest protection. Automatically travels with user. Requires a 3/8" diameter auto locking carabiner. (Included)
For use with 3/8" diameter cable.
Our Belay Friction Device, very similar to others in the industry, works well with rope up to 11mm. Crafted from high-density aircraft-grade aluminum, the BFD is engineered to keep your rope running smoothly through the device for quick payouts and long rappels. Available with a flexible or rigid wire loop.
Up to 11mm Rope
The reason a lot of climbers aren't belaying with a Figure 8 or a spring plate anymore. The Decelerator is extremely smooth on rappel, quick to lock off a falling climber, and feeds rope like a dream. Cooling channels surround the device, allowing increased surface area and better heat dissipation on rappel.
9mm to 11mm Rope
The large upper oval allows free passage of the "heavy-duty" rope combinations common to rescue work. Single, knotted 1/2" ropes, 3/4" ropes and doubled 5/8" ropes all pass with ease. The dual tie-in holes allow the "8" ring to remain attached to the harness while the rope is fed through it and the attaching carabiner. Any possibility of dropping the "8" ring under life-threatening conditions is thus eliminated. Available in Hardcoat Aluminum and Stainless Steel.
Tensile Strength, Aluminum: 10,000 lbs.
Tensile Strength, S.S. Steel: 11,250 lbs.
Rugged and durable, CMI's Rigging Plates are an important addition to every rescuer's toolkit. Rigging plates simplify rigging by providing numerous tie-in points at a single anchor. Less confusion at anchor points means less room for error, promoting safer operations.
One - 2-1/4" diameter hole & Five - .90" diameter holes
Choose from two designs, crafted from anodized aluminum or stainless steel.
Tensile Strength Aluminum: 13,000 lbs.
Tensile Strength Stain less: 14,000 lbs.
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