DMM 12mm Boa HMS

 

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Steel HMS Carabiner or Steel Locking Carabiner

The DMM 12mm Boa is a great steel carabiner that has a wide variety of applications. Whether it is use in a commercial work environment, Outdoor Adventure Parks or Outdoor Education Centres this is a steel carabiner that will do many jobs.

DMM has designed the 12mm boa to feature a tough and rugged construction. This steel carabiner is cold forged and heat treated to give the best levels of strength, It also features a zinc coating to give some of the best levels of protection against corrosion. The large 24mm gate opening makes it ideal for rigging applications where you may need to accomadate ropes with knots.

  • General Features
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  • Steel karabiner
  • Locking karabiner
  • 3 locking variations
  • - Screwgate
  • - Kwiklock
  • - Locksafe
  • 12mm Construction
  • - Cold forged and heat treated for added strength
  • Zinc Plated
  • Ideal for belaying
  • 24mm gate opening
  • Strengths
  • - End to end - 40kN(Gate Closed)
  • - End to end - 12kN(Gate Open)
  • - Side to side - 10kN
  • Individually marked serial numbers
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