Petzl 5 Bar Rack

 

RRP: £70.00
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Variable friction descender with braking bars

Petzl's
5 Bar Rack is an update to the classic brake bar descender. The design and configuration of the bars makes setting up and inserting the rope easy. The device allows the user to adjust the number of bars engaged on the rope to obtain the necessary the amount of friction while descending to adapt to changing conditions such as rope weight, terrain, etc. The rack is desgined to use on long descents on single or double ropes.

  • Can alter level of friction on rope
  • Good distribution of friction and heat helps preserve the rope
  • Does not twist the rope
  • Compact and lightweight

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