Petzl Gemini


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Double Prusik pulley

The Gemini double pulley features special side plates which are designed for use with a Prusik friction hitch in lightweight progress capture systems. Designed with parallel mounted sheaves and an auxiliary attachment point for creating different types of hauling systems, even the most complex and technical of hauling systems. The aluminium sheaves are mounted on sealed ball bearings for excellent efficiency. An aluminium construction offers great strength for low weight.

  • Weight: 135g
  • For use on ropes between 7mm and 11mm in diameter
  • Efficiency: 91%
  • Aluminum side plates
  • 25mm aluminum sheave mounted on sealed ball-bearings
  • Working load: 6kN (1.5kN on one rope end)
  • Breaking strength: 23kN


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