Petzl Jag System

 

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The Jag System is an encolsed 4:1 progress capture pulley system that can be used for hauling, tensioning a system, pickoffs, making a releasable anchor, or evacuating a victim when paired with an I'D Descender. The Jag and Jag Traxion that create the system utilise sealed ball bearings to increase efficiency up to 91%, which with the 4:1 mechanical advantage, enable easier work to be done by the user. A flexible cover encloses the system preventing tangles from occuring, and allowing quick deployment, and immediate use. The colour coded ends facilitate quick installation to show which end is for attaching to the load.

  • Material(s): aluminum, nylon, polyurethane
  • Rope diameter: 8 mm
  • Certification(s): EAC
  • Sheave type: sealed ball bearings
  • Working load: 6 kN
  • Breaking strength: 16 kN
  • Efficiency: 91 %

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