Petzl Crevasse Rescue Kit


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Petzl Crevasse Rescue Kit

Definite essential piece of kit for alpine climbing, mountaineering, glacial travel (whether on foot or ski) for training courses. This kit allows for rapid deployment and use in rescues where someone falls in a crevasse.


The weatherproof guide and carabiner attachment hole allows the user to affix it to their harness for quick access during crevasse rescue situations.

The mini traxion: a very efficient, ultra-light progress capture pulley that can be used for self-rescue (ascending the rope) or to rescue and haul someone out of a crevasse. The cam's angled teeth ensure good grip on slick, icy ropes.

The partner: A compact pulley with swining side plates, for easy and quick installation on the rope. Great strength to weight ratio.

The ok screw lock: oval-shaped karabiners for use with pulleys (oscillante, partner, micro traxion). Extremely strong.

The st'anneau 120cm: Dyneema sling; it is both supple and abraison resistant. Multiple uses: foot strap, connector, re-direct in hauling system.

  • Kit containing:
  • 1 Mini Traxion Pulley
  • 2 OK Screw-lock carabiners
  • 1 Tibloc
  • 1 Oscillante pulley
  • 1 120cm St.Annaeu sling
  • Rope compatibility on single ropes: 8-11mm
  • Weight: 370g


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