Petzl Pro Traxion

 

RRP: £93.60
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Very efficient self-jamming pulley

The Pro Traxion is designed for hauling heavy loads with maximum efficiency and is ideal for big wall climbing and rescue. Designed for aid climbing and mountaineering the Pro Traxion is also good for multi-pitch climbing and caving. The Pro Traxion can also be used in the creation of other hauling systems.

  • Highly efficient large diameter sheave mounted on sealed ball bearings
  • Trigger cam with teeth and cleaning slot works even on dirty or icy ropes
  • Swinging side plate permits the rope to be installed once the pulley is in place
  • Auxiliary attachment point for creating different types of hauling systems
  • Cam can be locked in open position so device can be used as a simple pulley

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