Straight slot bar of 1 inch tubular stainless steel to be added to a brake bar frame to create a descent rack.
Weight: 2.8 oz (80 g)
Length: 2.45" (6.2 cm)
Width: 1.00" (2.5 cm)
Height: 1.00" (2.5 cm)
Material: Stainless Steel
The JR and JRB pulleys are double pulleys with a max rope diameter for of 9 mm.
The TR Pulley is strong, reliable compact, and lightweight. It is reasonably priced but doesn't sacrifice efficiency. Great performance for its size and cost. The TR Pulley has a true Oilite Bearing on a zinc coated axle for reliable performance.
Large D shape for great handling, huge gate opening and massive strength. At a rated strength of 72kN, it's one of the strongest carabiners in the world!
Heat-treated, half-load tested (over 8000 lbf.) and built to exacting standards, the Large D is one very fine steel carabiner.
|Part #||Description||Gate Opening
mm / inch
grams / ounces
mm / inch
mm / inch
|OP12S58LNFPA||1/2" Std. D NFPA Screw-Lok||27 / 1.06||72kN||22kN||12kN||283 / 10.0||124.5 / 4.90||70.6 / 2.78|
Noting the unique requirements found in Swift Water Rescue, we created an entirely new pulley to address those needs. The Swiftwater Rescue Pulley represents a reasonably priced, non-NFPA alternative to other midsized pulleys.
Made using high quality aluminum, this lightweight pulley weighs 6 oz. and features a 2‰۪‰۪ sheave. Anodized side plates feature a series of holes that help to minimize the hydroplaning effect that might occur with a typical pulley. These side plates are also configured to work as a Prusik Minding Pulley and are precisely tensioned for easy one-handed operation and secure placement at any point along the rope.
High quality sealed ball bearings help to provide the optimal efficiency that is so crucial in rope rescue systems. They help to reduce the performance-robbing resistance that is inherent in most multiple component systems and are not prone to failure under misaligned loads or with twisted gear that may occur with needle bearings.
The wide and flat base maximizes the effectiveness of a Prusik hitch while a unique side plate formation allows the use of larger ropes in a compact pulley. The top hole accepts 2 large rescue carabiners or multiple small carabiners and allows the carabiners to be rotated freely and completely even while closed.
The unique shape of SMC's aluminum side plates allows 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 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.
Angled slot brake bars formed in a "U" shape. Stainless steel bars will not leave aluminum streaks on your rope and will last longer than aluminum bars.
Angled slot brake bars formed in a "U" shape. Stainless steel bars will not leave aluminum streaks on your rope and will last longer than aluminum bars. This model comes with a training groove to ensure appropriate loading.
Type #304 stainless steel construction, with a welded eye for extra strength. Each eye weld is inspected for dye penetration before shipping. Average tensile of material used is over 10,000 lbf.
Developed specifically to meet the needs of rescue system belays. The well-engineered Traverse 540 is a patented, self-locking, easy-to-rig device that meets demanding drop-test criteria: able to hold falling loads quickly while limiting the peak force.
The symmetrical design reduces the risk of improper rigging. A built-in release lever discharges the tension on the belay rope, eliminating the need for a release hitch.
The 540 belay device passes the BCCTR Rescue Belay Competence Drop Test Criteria
** The British Columbia Council of Technical Rescue Belay Competency Drop Test specifies a 1-meter drop onto 3 meters of kernmantle rescue rope with less than 1 meter of additional travel and less than 15 kN peak force. For a General Use rated device, a 280-kg load and a 12.5-mm rope are generally used. For a Technical Use device, a 200-kg load and an 11.1-mm rope are used.
Solid aluminum gives these bars maximum friction and good wear characteristics. Lighter than the stainless bars and available in a straight slot configuration. 7/8" diameter models fit all SMC racks.
Solid aluminum gives these bars maximum friction and good wear characteristics. Lighter than the stainless bars and available in a straight slot configuration. 7/8" diameter models fit all SMC racks. This version comes with an alignment training groove.
7/8" diameter aluminum bar for one of your first or top bars. The extra mass acts as a heat sink and the training groove helps keep the rope centered in your rack. Use only one top bar per rack.
The 7/8 inch top bar is designed to stay on your rack and virtually last forever. Has machined groove to keep the rope centered. Core drill out keeps this bar cool and lightweight. Use only one top bar per rack.
A CMC original design that has withstood the test of time, these Anchor Plates keep the carabiners, holding the different parts of your rescue system, from jamming together. The hardware becomes easier to see, making safety checks more accurate. It can also keep you from clipping a carabiner into the wrong loop of the anchor web, risking failures.
For most anchor systems, it makes an excellent collection point.
Besides serving as the point of distribution to any number of secure anchor points, rigging plates also serve the benefit of aligning the separate lines of a rigging system in distinct order, keeping multiple and various lines orderly. One tip when determining complementary gear to use with rigging plates; consider the versatility swivel pulleys can lend to the rigging system. They introduce rotational movement into the rigging lines running from the plate because the swivel pulley can rotate as needed to provide enhanced in-line ability to clear other components within the system.
Mobile fall arrester with locking function
The ASAP LOCK mobile fall arrester is designed to facilitate handling during rope ascents. In normal use, the device moves freely along the rope without any manual intervention and follows the user in all his/her movements. In case of shock or sudden movement, the fall arrester locks on the rope and stops the user.
With its unique locking system, the ASAP sets the standard in fall protection for workers at height. In normal use, the device moves freely along the rope without any manual intervention and follows the user in all his/her movements. In case of shock or sudden acceleration, the ASAP locks on the rope and stops the user. Depending on use, the ASAP may also be combined with an ASAP'SORBER or ASAP'SORBER AXESS energy absorber to work at a distance from the rope.
Handled rope clamp for rope ascents
The ASCENSION handled rope clamp is designed for rope ascents and features an over-moulded grip and ergonomic upper part for a comfortable and powerful grip when pulling with one or two hands. The ASCENSION handled rope clamp has a wide lower hole for easily attaching two carabiners for a lanyard and footloop.
A lite alloy steel carabiner featuring double or triple action gates. Easily opened with one hand, but once released, the gate closes to a fully locked position. The carabiner gate and sleeve are stainless steel for problem-free operation. An offset inchD inch shape provides a smooth transfer of the Munter hitch when used as a belay and has ample volume to clip in large diameter ropes and over the rails of most litters.