Maillon Rapide Delta


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Triangular shaped connector with hand or spanner tightening screw thread for use in mountaineering, caving, rescue and access situations. Comes in steel with a zinc galvanised finish and stainless steel options from 4mm through to 12mm diameters.

The delta / triangular shape makes it ideal for three way loading situations when rigging
or for connecting chest harnesses to sit harnesses. We recommend the 10 and 12mm options for use with harnesses.

Maillon Rapide quick link connectors have a number of uses in caving, climbing and industrial access. Some are PPE rated and they are available in a number of different shapes to accommodate different loading stresses. Generally they are much stronger than karabiners of similar bar dimensions, but not as quick to operate.


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