Features:Ultra-light and compact:- only 53 g- very compact- hole allows a Sm'D carabiner to be connected to the pulley with a cord, making the device loss-proofDesigned for rescue
High efficiency:- sealed ball bearings provide excellent efficiency (91 %)- locks even on frozen or muddy ropes- for use on 7 to 11 mm diameter ropes- rope installation diagrams engraved inside pulley
Specifications:Weight: 53 gCertification(s): CE EN 567, UIAAMin. rope diameter: 7 mmMax. rope diameter: 11 mmSheave type: sealed ball bearingsSheave diameter: 18 mmBreaking strength: 2 x 7,5 = 15 kNBreaking strength as progress capture pulley: 4 kNEfficiency: 91 %
The Transf'air 1 pulley is a pulley designed for load deflection and hauling. Single pulley with a mobile flange, it is perfectly adapted to ropes with large diameters, the mobility of the flanges facilitating the positioning of the pulley at any point on the rope. The good performance is ensured by a sheave mounted on a bronze ring. Its durability is reinforced by a stainless steel shaft and washer. And to ensure traceability, each pulley has an individual number.
With hardly a straight line in sight, the hot forged curves and fairlead flares of DMM's Pinto Pulley make for an ultra efficient, ‘textile friendly’ environment. Clip, hitch, splice or thread the anchor holes or the becket to give numerous work and rescue configurations (textile attachments can help minimise any torsional build up in closed systems).
The ISC Stainless Steel Prussik is a medium pulley compatible with 16mm lines. Polished stainless steel body with anodised aluminium pulley wheels.
The Petzl Kootenay has a large diameter sheave on sealed ball bearings, providing good efficiency and rope care, and the high volume rope channel allows knots to pass through. The Kootenay also has the ability to be used as an anchor thanks the locking pins on the sheave.
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