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HARDWARE SMC LARGE ST EEL


Large size locking carabiners developed by SMC especially for the needs of the fire and rescue communities. Available in several different metal finishes,


well as in both NFPA (Class G) and non-NFPA versions. Black zinc coated models are ideal for tactical operations and stainless steel model is best for corrosive environments. Large gate opening fits easily over litter rails. All models have stainless gates and locking sleeves for greater strength and reliability.


Key Features: Original US made steel rescue carabiner • Large gate opening • Stainless steel gate and sleeve


Standard Width: 2.97” (7.5 cm) » Length: 5.04” (12.8 cm) » Weight: 10.9 oz (309 g) » Major Axis MBS: 46 kN (10341 lbf) » Minor Axis MBS: 18 kN (4046 lbf) » Gate Open MBS: 11 kN (2473 lbf) » Gate Opening: 1.20” (30.5 mm)


Stainless Steel


Black Stainless Steel Black USA MADE


Natural SM24001 SM24007


BERRY COMPLIANT


NFPA Versions Width: 2.97” (7.5 cm) » Length: 5.04” (12.8 cm) » Weight: 10.6 oz (300 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)


NFPA Zinc Plated Steel SM21001N NFPA Black Zinc Plated Steel SM21007N


$34.20 $38.60


NFPA - Heat Treated Width: 2.97” (7.5 cm) » Length: 5.04” (12.8 cm) » Weight: 10.6 oz (300 g) » Major Axis MBS: 65 kN (14613 lbf) » Minor Axis MBS: 16 kN (3597 lbf) » Gate Open MBS: 18 kN (4046 lbf) » Gate Opening: 1.20” (30.5 mm)


NFPA Heat Treated Steel USA MADE


SM21002 BERRY COMPLIANT $44.50 CERTIFIED NFPA 1983, G SMC LARGE D - ALUMINUM


Specially designed for rescue work, the large “D” fits easily over litter rails and has the strength to hold up to any job.


Width: 2.97” (7.5 cm) » Length: 5.04” (12.8 cm) » Weight: 3.8 oz (108 g) » Major Axis MBS: 34 kN (7643 lbf) » Minor Axis MBS: 11 kN (2473 lbf) » Gate Open MBS: 10 kN (2248 lbf) » Gate Opening: 1.20” (30.5 mm)


Bright SM25001 $32.70 Black SM25002 $36.70


USA MADE BERRY COMPLIANT SMC E X TRA LARGE ST EEL


Offset “D” shape fits easily over a standard 1.25” ladder rung, making this carabiner an indispensable tool for the rescue professional. This product is more suited for extra wide clipping than for tight rigging.


Key Features: Stainless steel gate and sleeve


Width: 3.50” (8.9 cm) » Length: 5.70” (14.5 cm) » Weight: 12.2 oz (346 g) » Major Axis MBS: 54 kN (12139 lbf) » Minor Axis MBS: 13 kN (2922 lbf) » Gate Open MBS: 14 kN (3147 lbf) » Gate Opening: 1.45” (36.0 mm)


SM20003N USA MADE CERTIFIED $40.60 BERRY COMPLIANT NFPA 1983, G


$57.60 $61.80


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CARABINERS AND CONNECTORS


SMC LI T E STEEL


SMC Lite Steel locking carabiners are for those situations where the high strength and durability of SMC Steel Carabiners is desired but the size and weight is not. Increasingly popular among cave and mountain rescuers for providing most of the benefits without the weight and bulk typically associated with steel biners.


Key Features: Stainless steel model available • Stainless steel gate and sleeve


Standard - Stainless Steel Width: 2.70” (6.9 cm) » Length: 4.52” (11.5 cm) » Weight: 6.0 oz (170 g) » Major Axis MBS: 33 kN (7418 lbf) » Minor Axis MBS: 10 kN (2248 lbf) » Gate Open MBS: 8 kN (1798 lbf) » Gate Opening: 0.94” (23.9 mm)


Stainless SM100003 Black


SM100007 USA MADE


$41.50 $48.30


BERRY COMPLIANT


NFPA Versions - Lite Alloy Steel Width: 2.76” (7.0 cm) » Length: 4.52” (11.5 cm) » Weight: 6.6 oz (187 g) » Major Axis MBS: 45 kN (10116 lbf) » Minor Axis MBS: 12 kN (2697 lbf) » Gate Open MBS: 11 kN (2473 lbf) » Gate Opening: 0.94” (23.9 mm)


Bright Black


USA MADE


SM100001N SM100007N


$33.80 $36.70


BERRY COMPLIANT CERTIFIED NFPA 1983, G


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