Edelrid HMS Bruce Steel FG


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Steel Carabiner or Captive Eye Carabiner

The Edelrid Bruce HMS is a steel carabiner that features a captive eye and a screw gate locking system. This is ideal for use on high ropes courses and climbing walls.

Edelrid has designed the Bruce HMS carabiner to feature a tough and durable steel construction. It then incorporates an alloy gate closure that has a clean nose. This steel carabiner can be easily locked via the twisting screw gate. The bottom of the carabiner features a sprung loaded captive eye. This captive eye carabiner is great for use when belaying and setting up anchor points, as it helps to prevent the carabiner from twisting.

  • General Features
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  • H Profile Construction
  • - Steel
  • - Gives the best strength at the lowest weight
  • Gate Opening
  • - Protected by a screw gate
  • - 22mm opening
  • Spring bar to keep the karabiner sitting correctly when belaying
  • Strengths
  • - End to end (Gate Closed) - 28kN
  • - End to end (Gate Open) - 10kN
  • - Side to side 8kN
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