ProClimb Figure 8 Stainless Steel Rescue Descender Ears on the Figure 8 Descender keep line from inadvertently girth-hitching uppermost bar, stranding climber. Center hole doubles as belay plate. Anodized surface provides stay-fast finish. 50kN tensile strength. Made in the USA. Perfect For: -Smooth rope action while descending and belaying, rock climbing -Works well with rope sizes 11 mm to 16 mm in diameter -Light weight and strong, ideal choice for smooth rope action Specifications: -Material: High Polished Stainless Steel -Weight: 26 oz -Minimum Breaking Strength: 50 kN (11,240 Lbs. Tensile Strength)
TOUGH TENSILE STRENGTH – Can hold up to 11,240 lbs of force with anti-burn tab for holding device when hot from a vertical descent.
BENT-EAR DESIGN – The ears prevent the rope to slide & locking up, which makes it a much safer & versatile device. The descender can be used in an array of activities including boating, arborist, rescue & other climbing
ROPE FRIENDLY – The thick body largely decreases the abrasion or wear of rope to a minimum level, and is suitable for use with rope sizes 11 mm to 16 mm in diameter
CERTIFICATIONS – Meets CE and UIAA Standards & is made from high polished stainless steel.
DIMENSIONS – A: 170mm (7in) / B: 171mm (6.7in) / C: 40mm (1.6in)