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CARABINERS AND CONNECTORS


SMC CROSSOVER SERIES


The SMC CrossOver series aluminum carabiners are the first carabiners that meet both NFPA G-rating 1983 and also ANSI Z359.1 strength requirements. These carabiners feature a new ergonomic single hand frame geometry allowing easy single hand operations. The CrossOvers have been specifically designed to meet all your work environment safety needs. Easy to use Dual or Triple Auto-Locking sleeves allow for single hand operations while working in mission critical environments. A traditional non-ANSI Screw-Lock version is also available.


Key Features: Choice of three gate options • Lightweight design • New frame and gate design • Dual-Lock and Tri-Lock versions meet ANSI Z359.1


Width: 3.34” (8.5 cm) » Length: 5.53” (14.0 cm) » Major Axis MBS: 40 kN (8992 lbf) » Minor Axis MBS: 16 kN (3600 lbf) » Gate Open MBS: 18 kN (4046 lbf) » Gate Opening: 1.00” (25.4 mm)


Tri-Lock (not shown) Pewter Black


USA MADE


Dual-Lock (top) Pewter Black


USA MADE


5.5 oz (156 g) SM205700N 5.5 oz (156 g) SM205707N


BERRY COMPLIANT


5.5 oz (156 g) SM205600N 5.5 oz (156 g) SM205607N


BERRY COMPLIANT


Screw-Lock (bottom) Pewter Black


USA MADE


$35.30 $35.30


CERTIFIED


$35.30 $35.30


CERTIFIED NFPA 1983, G ANSI Z359.12, 2009


5.1 oz (145 g) SM205500N 5.1 oz (145 g) SM205507N


BERRY COMPLIANT SMC AUTO-LOCKING


LI T E ALLOY STEEL A Lite Alloy steel carabiner featuring double or triple action gates. Easily opened with one hand, but once released, the gate closes to a fully locked position. The carabiner gate and sleeve are stainless steel for problem-free operation. An offset ‘’D’’ shape provides a smooth transfer of the Münter hitch when used as a belay and has ample volume to clip in large diameter ropes and over the rails of most litters.


Key Features: Lite Alloy Steel Body • Stainless Steel spring, pin, and sleeve


Width: 2.76” (7.0 cm) » Length: 4.52” (11.5 cm) » Weight: 7.0 oz (199 g) » Major Axis MBS: 45 kN (10116 lbf) » Minor Axis MBS: 12 kN (2697 lbf) » Gate Open MBS: 11 kN (2473 lbf) » Gate Opening: 0.88” (22.4 mm)


DualGuard SM102200N TriGuard SM102300N


USA MADE CERTIFIED NFPA 1983, G


$38.60 $38.60


BERRY COMPLIANT


$31.30 $31.30


CERTIFIED NFPA 1983, G SMC FP LI T E ALLOY


The SMC FP Lite Alloy has been specifically designed for all your fall protection needs. Built from the ground up giving you the best of the best in carabiner functionality, the FP features an easy opening Auto-Locking gate. You don’t have to sacrifice strength for weight when working at height all day long.


Width: 2.80” (7.1 cm) » Length: 4.60” (11.7 cm) » Weight: 8.9 oz (254 g) » Major Axis MBS: 32 kN (7193 lbf) » Minor Axis MBS: 16 kN (3600 lbf)) » Gate Open MBS: 11 kN (2473 lbf) » Gate Opening: 1.00” (25.4 mm)


SM102100 USA MADE CERTIFIED $30.70 BERRY COMPLIANT NFPA 1983, G ANSI Z359.12, 2009 USA MADE CERTIFIED BERRY COMPLIANT NFPA 1983, G ANSI Z359.12, 2009 SMC ANSI SAFE T Y LOCK


The SMC ANSI Safety Lock is manufactured using High Strength Zinc Plated Alloy Steel to maximize the strength to weight ratio and is ideal for any situation where security is critical. Locking the sleeve on the gate rather than the body of the carabiner provides greater overall strength and smooth action.


Width: 2.97” (7.5 cm) » Length: 5.04” (12.8 cm) » Weight: 11.5 oz (325 g) » Major Axis MBS: 46 kN (10341 lbf) » Minor Axis MBS: 16 kN (3597 lbf) » Gate Open MBS: 11 kN (2473 lbf) » Gate Opening: 1.20” (30.5 mm)


SM21501 $52.20 NFPA 1983, G ANSI Z359.12, 2009


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