A versatile belay device built with the human interface in mind, it can be used to regulate friction on a line for emergency descents or for use in a positioning device
Sleeve with carabiner, dual independent locking system, fits 3/8" (9.5 mm) diameter 1x7 or 7x19 solid core cable.
Originally developed as an escape tool for firefighting professionals the Sterling F4 is equally at home as part of an escape kit for use in your bucket truck or aerial lift.
The Solo 2 by CAMP USA is designed for ascending fixed ropes, this versatile rope clamp can be used for hauling a victim off their gear in the event of a fall or used as a rope grab to secure your haul kit.
Installed on a lifeline, these mobile fall arresters follow the user automatically, whether on an inclined or vertical surface. In case of a shock load or sudden acceleration, they lock onto the rope and arrest the fall.
One of the most basic yet useful items for the rock climbing world this device is often found as part of a riggers kit to belay and control the descent of items from height.
With its small size and light weight there’s no reason not to carry this easy handy device. One of the most basic yet useful items for the rock climbing world this device is often found as part of a riggers kit to belay and control the descent of items fr
Designed to be part of your rope access kit, this versatile cord makes climbing a fixed line more convenient than using a chunk of prusik cord
Installed on a lifeline, these mobile fall arresters are self-parking to reduce the potential fall factor, whether on an inclined or vertical surface. In case of a shock load or sudden acceleration, they “cam” the rope and arrest the fall.
This four step etrier is small enough to be part of your bucket truck or aerial lift evacuation kit or to aid when transitioning from a fixed rope to an overhang roof. It is built from durable nylon with abrasion resistant underfoot straps which are sligh
Used as part of the Lad-saf system with top and bottom anchors connected by a steel cable which runs the length of the climbing area. This device becomes the connection between the climber and the anchor/cable portion of the LadSaf system. In the event of