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WEBBING AND CORDAGE


SEWN WEBBING


SEWN WEBBING LOOP S


Pre-sewn webbing loops prepare you for any rigging situation. Made from 1” tubular webbing, these sewn loops are strong and ready for use.


Key Features: For all rigging uses • Standard colors for rigging • Made with 1” tubular webbing


MBS: 32 kN (7194 lbf)


5 ft (2.5 ft loop) Width: 1.00” (2.5 cm) » Length: 30.00” (76.2 cm) » Weight: 2 oz (64 g)


Green SG51141


$13.60


12 ft (6 ft loop) Width: 1.00” (2.5 cm) » Length: 72.00” (182.9 cm) » Weight: 5 oz (144 g)


Yellow SG51142


$18.75


15 ft (7.5 ft loop) Width: 1.00” (2.5 cm) » Length: 90.00” (228.6 cm) » Weight: 6 oz (182 g)


Blue SG51143 USA MADE USA MADE POWER SLING


These ultra high strength sewn slings are made of lightweight, abrasion resistant Dyneema®


. Only 12 mm in width, these slings are as strong as thicker nylon counterparts, but have less elongation.


Key Features: Lightweight • Great for non dynamic anchors • 12 mm width • Abrasion resistant


MBS: 22 kN (5000 lbf) 60 cm 120 cm CERTIFIED


Blue/White SG51157


Black/White SG51158


UIAA CE EN566 $8.00 $13.40


Color for either size depends on available materials.


PMI® SHORT LINK


These sewn polyester Short Links are built with super 18 mm webbing for optimum carabiner loading while maintaining a high 22 kN (5000 lbf) breaking strength.


Key Features: Lightweight • Perfect for Rope Access connection point • Sold individually


MBS: 22 kN (5000 lbf)


19 mm x 10 cm SG51159


USA MADE $3.00 PMI® GEAR DAISY


Constructed of 1” (25 mm) tubular webbing, this multi-loop daisy chain helps organize your rigging gear. While not rated for life safety, each loop on our gear daisy will hold 2 kN (450 lbf) because of the “double back” construction.


Key Features: Single length of webbing • Hand loop at one end • Organize your gear • Made from 1” tubular webbing


MBS: 2 kN (450 lbf)


3 ft - 9 gear loops 4 oz (112 g) 4 ft - 13 gear loops 5 oz (155 g)


USA MADE


SG51035 SG51041


$17.95 $20.80


$21.25


20 ft (10 ft loop) Width: 1.00” (2.5 cm) » Length: 120.00” (304.8 cm) » Weight: 8 oz (236 g)


Red SG51144 $25.00


25 ft (12.5 ft loop) Width: 1.00” (2.5 cm) » Length: 150.00” (381.0 cm) » Weight: 10 oz (292 g)


Black SG51145


$28.90 PMI® PICKOF F STRAP


This traditional pickoff strap has a metal D ring at the rescuers end for a metal- on-metal connection. Once connected, slack can be removed simply by pulling on the free end of the strap.


Key Features: Fast connection • Hook and loop • Buckles slip at 20 kN (4500 lbf) • Adjustable length: 8” to 50”


Weight: 11 oz (312 g) » MBS: 20 kN (4496 lbf)


Black SG51032


USA MADE PMI® EASY PICK OF F STRAP


This high performance pick off strap is designed to weigh less and be less bulky, but still perform when you need it. With a sewn anchor loop on the load end and a hand loop on the haul end, this strap allows for quick weight transfer from one system to another.


Key Features: Lightweight • Sewn anchor loop on one end • Hand loop • Hook and loop keeper • Buckles slip at 2100 lbs (952.544 kg) • Adjustable length: 7” to 42”


MBS: 9 kN (2023 lbf) » Length: 42.00” (106.7 cm) » Weight: 9 oz (255 g)


Blue SG51180 $37.00 $42.50


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