DMM Anchor Rings


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Anchor ring

By creating a ‘Master Link’ universal connection point for connectors or textiles that can withstand forces from 360 degrees, numerous rigging and work situations can be made safer and simpler. The DMM Anchor Ring weighs less than a connector, they can be carried easily on a harness and attached in seconds. Perfect for lifelines, rescue, stretcher management, treecare, etc. They combine beautifully with DMM Revolver locksafe connectors to create a ‘swinging captive eye’. Also, indispensable as component parts of ‘Working at Height’ systems, anchor rings allow rescue systems to be implimented quickly and safely.


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