Maillon Rapide Semi-circular

 

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Semi-circular or half-moon Maillon Rapide, ideal for securing caving harnesses, such as the Petzl SuperAvanti

Available in galvinised, alloy or stainless steel.

Maillon Rapides have a working load limit that is a fifth of the breaking load of the maillon (as stated by the manufacturer) and will become damaged and distorted if they are used above this load limit. Some are certified as PPE (to protect falls from height) and some are not. If you are unsure of which is which, either ask us, or have a look at your maillon which will be marked with "PPE" if it is and "CE" if it is not. CE maillons conform to Maillon Rapide's standards but are not certified as PPE.

They conform to
EN 362 and EN 12 275

Materials:
Steel - 8-FM
Stainless steel - 316L
Alloy - 7075 Zicral




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