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Professional Access Pulleys Kootenay Petzl
Kootenay

A large pulley with great knot passing abilities for long load hauling.

£170.10 (inc Vat)
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Professional Access Pulleys Jag System Petzl
Jag System

£121.03 (inc Vat)
Professional Access Pulleys Tandem Pulley ISC
Tandem Pulley

£97.45 (inc Vat)
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Professional Access Pulleys Trac Plus Petzl
Trac Plus

Double Pulley for the Adventure Park or outdoor professional, with integrated Vertigo Karabiner.

£90.36 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Pulleys Twin Petzl
Twin

Highly efficient double prusik pulley. This has special side plates for use with a prusik friction hitch. Large diameter sheave (51mm) mounted on ball bearings for low friction, high efficiency. The clipping sl...

£85.06 (inc Vat)
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Professional Access Pulleys Jag Traxion Petzl
Jag Traxion

£82.92 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Pulleys Pro Traxion Petzl
Pro Traxion

Ideal for hauling heavy loads the Pro Traxion is also ideal for big wall climbing and rescue. For use on ropes between 8 and 13mm in diameter.

£74.41 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Pulleys Trac Petzl
Trac

A double pulley for rope or cable tyroleans, with an integral Vertigo carabiner.

£70.04 (inc Vat)
Professional Access Pulleys Fixed Wheel Medium Single Prussik Pulley ISC
Fixed Wheel Medium Single Prussik Pulley

£65.92 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Pulleys Gemini Petzl
Gemini

The Gemini double pulley features special side plates which are designed for use with a Prusik friction hitch in lightweight progress capture systems. Parallel sheaves and an auxiliary attachment point make it ...

£62.02 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Pulleys Micro Traxion Petzl
Micro Traxion

An ultralight progress capture pulley for use in crevasse rescue, climbing self-rescue situations and for sack hauling.

£55.28 (inc Vat)
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Professional Access Pulleys Pro Petzl
Pro

These will benefit any hauling system by reducing friction and are essential when building a system to produce a mechanical advantage for lifting heavy loads. It must be remembered here that even in a simple lifting system, the anchor attached to the pulley will sustain a load equal to twice the load being lifted. In more complex hauling systems generating large amounts of mechanical advantage very high loads may be applied to the anchors ( and the pulleys ). For personal mountaineering, caving and paddling (bank rescue) use look at Petzl Swing Cheek or Fixed Side Pulleys or as an ultra light weight emergency item the Pulley wheel could be considered.

 A pulley system in use for difficult access

For rescue, industrial and high rope course applications there many options with either single or double wheels, with bearings and with fixed or swinging sides.

If you are looking for devices designed for ziplines and Tyrolean traverses, see the Petzl Tandem series.

Antartic crevasse rescue practise

The versatile Minitraxion and the Protraxion are pulleys which incorporate a rope grab for simple and straightforward hauling. They can also be used for ascending ropes.

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