Raumer Europe Anchor


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Stainless Steel AISI 316L - 13mm bar | 10mm hole



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Composed of a stainless steel AISI 316L Ø13mm ring, this product resembles and acts as a carabiner fixed perpendicular to the face.  Recommended for belays or for top-roping lower-offs as the 13 mm diameter surface makes it highly resistant to wear.  Please note that t hese anchors must be placed in pairs to ensure maximum safety.  O ne of the anchors must be used as a “passive” back-up, which also prevents the rope from twisting.

To place, use a Hang Fix Ø10 (see relevant articles 157 and 150), choosing an appropriate length for the consistency of the rock.

  • Radial R = 30 kN
  • Extraction R (up to 40°) = 25 kN
  • Weight = 170 gr


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