Petzl Rescue

 

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Ultra-strong pulley with swinging side plates

The Rescue pulley is very strong and efficient making it ideal for rescue, hauling heavy loads and intensive use. The Rescue pulley has a large diameter sheave mounted on sealed ball bearings which provides excellent efficiency. The Resuce pulley accepts up to three carabiners at once to facilitate rope maneuvers.

  • Weight: 185g
  • For use on rope between 7mm and 13mm in diameter
  • Efficiency: 95%
  • Aluminum side plates
  • 38mm aluminum sheave with ball bearings
  • Working load: 8kN (4kN on one rope end)
  • Breaking strength: 36kN

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