Petzl Oscillante Swing Cheek


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Swing-sided pulley for emergency use

The Oscillante weighs next to nothing at just 42g. The Oscillante can be used in crevasse rescue systems or improvised hauling systems and quickly and easily installs due to its swinging side plates. The nylon sheave and aluminum side plates give an excellent strength to weight ratio.

  • Weight: 42g
  • For use on ropes between 7mm and 11mm
  • Efficiency: 71%
  • Aluminum side plates
  • 25mm nylon sheave mounted on self-lubricating bushings
  • Working load: 4kN (2kN on one rope end)
  • Breaking strength: 15kN


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