Beal Air-Smith


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Steel Carabiner or Steel Locking Carabiner

The Beal Air-Smith is a steel carabiner that is ideal for rigging and a variety of other uses. It has one of the highest strength ratings and comes with two easy to use gate locking systems.

Beal has designed the Air-Smith to feature a round steel bar construction, it is then opened and secured by either a traditional screwgate closure or by a 3 way locking system known as 3-Matic. Which ever gate opening system you choose, it still features a 25mm gate opening. Each steel carabiner also incorporates its own individual serial number for ease of PPE tracking and data recording.

  • General Features
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  • Steel karabiner
  • Locking karabiner
  • 2 locking variations
  • - Screwgate
  • - 3-Matic
  • 25mm Gate opening
  • Strengths
  • - End to end - 52kN(Gate Closed)
  • - End to end - 18kN(Gate Open)
  • - Side to side - 16kN
  • Individually marked serial numbers
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