Another remarkable innovation from Rescue Systems, Inc. the OMNI-SLING is comprised of a unique webbing weave which adds incredible strength without compromising on weight. Constructed...View full product details
VERTEX Canada version - Comfortable helmet for work at height and rescue The VERTEX helmet is very comfortable, thanks to its six-point textile suspension and...View full product details
Constructed out of New England 8mm prusik cordage, these sewn loops will stay supple and maintain an excellent grip on the rope over their lifetime,...View full product details
The NER prusik cord strikes the perfect balance between firm and supple. It is engineered specifically as prusik cord so that the rope has enough...View full product details
The Ferno Fastrap Quick Restraint 10-point, six-strap system is used to quickly secure patients to backboards and other devices. It is designed for easy storage...View full product details
The KM III is an exceptional static rope for rappelling, caving, rescue, top roping, fixed rope applications, hauling, and life safety applications. The unique polyester sheath...View full product details
The unique shape of SMC's aluminum side plates allow the efficient use of prusik hitches as a belay or progress capture device. Constructed with a 3-inch diameter sheave running on a high-efficiency ball bearing. Low profile fasteners help eliminate the possibility of the pulley snagging. Pulley will accommodate up to 13 mm rope.
The original and still the best solution for confined space, high angle or technical rescue, and traditional land based applications, the Sked stretcher is a...View full product details
The "Freakin' Beacon"
User feedback was the driving force behind this design, Koehler BrightStar tells us, and it was important to have a product that was lightweight, durable and bright.
Weighing in at just 97 grams (yes, that includes 2x AAA batteries) and less than 7cm long, this unit is amazingly powerful for its small size.
During the current COVID-19 crisis, many of you have sent us questions on how to disinfect your equipment. Here are the basics that you need to know.