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HARDWARE SMC 3” PRUSIK MINDING PULLE Y


The unique shape of SMC’s aluminum side plates allow the efficient use of Prusik hitches as a belay or progress capture device. Constructed with a 3” diameter sheave running on a high efficiency ball bearing. Low profile fasteners help eliminate the possibility of the pulley snagging. Max rope diameter 13 mm.


Key Features: Ball bearing • Large top hole easily accepts 3 large carabiners • Designed for 11 mm to 13 mm ropes • Precision machined aluminum side plates and 2.97” sheaves. Sealed bearings • Double pulleys include a becket


Part No


Single - Red Double - Gold


USA MADE Tread Weight


SM158000N 2.46” SM158500N 2.46”


BERRY COMPLIANT CERTIFIED MBS


12.5 oz (354 g) 38 kN (8542 lbf) 1.30 lbs (590 g) 48 kN (10790 lbf)


NFPA 1983, G SMC 2” PRUSIK MINDING PULLE Y


This mid-sized PMP is the perfect choice for rigging with 11 mm (7/16”) rope or when you don’t have room for a 3” PMP. Pulley will accommodate up to 13 mm rope.


Key Features: Precision machined aluminum side plates and 2” sheaves • Sealed Bearings • Double pulleys include a becket


Part No Tread Weight


Single - Green/Black SM152700N 1.49” Single - Black


Double - Green/Grey SM152800N 1.49” Double - Black


SM152701N 1.49” SM152801N 1.49”


USA MADE SMC MICRO PRUSIK MINDING PULLE Y


Just the thing for smaller ropes and lighter loads, SMC’s Micro PMP’s are ideal for building a mini haul rig or anywhere that a compact lightweight system is needed. Double version is designed with a becket to accommodate compound and complex pulley systems. Max rope diameter 13 mm.


Key Features: Precision machined aluminum side plates and 1.37”sheaves • Sealed Ball Bearings • Double pulleys include a becket


Part No


Single - Red Single - Black Double - Gold Double - Black


USA MADE Tread Weight


SM153000N 1.00” SM153001N 1.00” SM154000N 1.00” SM154001N 1.00”


BERRY COMPLIANT


3.5 oz (99 g) 3.5 oz (99 g) 5.8 oz (164 g) 5.8 oz (164 g)


CERTIFIED MBS


22 kN (5000 lbf) 22 kN (5000 lbf) 40 kN (8992 lbf) 40 kN (8992 lbf)


NFPA 1983, T


NFPA How NFPA Certification Works:


Ropes and components that meet the NFPA’s 1983 Standard for Fire Service Life Safety Rope and Equipment for Emergency Services 2012 Edition also carry special markings for class of intended use. The three major classes are: Escape, Technical, and General. Each of these classes have different performance requirements when the product is tested for certification.


Most ropes and auxiliary equipment products covered by NFPA 1983 use the Escape, Technical, and General classifications. Product categories that do not use these nomenclatures include Harnesses, Victim Extrication Devices, Water Rescue Throwlines, and Moderate Elongation Laid Life Safety Rope. All of these exceptions have their own specific classes of use or are for a singular, specific type of use.


Escape use products are marked with the words “Escape-Use”; where space is limited on the product, this class can be designated simply by the letter “E”.


*Technical use products are marked with the words “Technical-Use”; where space is limited on the product, this class can be designated simply by the letter “T”. In past editions of NFPA 1983 this classification was known as “Light Use” and items were marked with an “L”. As new manufactured


equipment moves through the certification process during 2012, equipment meeting this classification will be marked with “T” instead of “L”.


General use products are marked with the word “General-Use”; where space is limited on the product, this class can be designated simply by the letter “G”.


For example: Carabiners are marked, “Meets NFPA 1983, 2012 ED.” They also must carry the name or logo of the manufacturer, along with the label of the third party that certifies that the product meets the standard. NFPA- certified carabiners also have either a T or a G stamped into the frame. The letter T indicates that the carabiner is for technical users and designed for when actual system loading is well known and within the performance standards of a T carabiner. The letter G indicates that the carabiner is for general rescue use as per the performance standards in NFPA 1983.


*Note: in editions of NFPA 1983 prior to 2012 the T rating was known as L. The performance requirements have not changed significantly, only the name. Many users felt the term “Technical” was more accurately descriptive than the term “Light”. Any NFPA 1983 - 2006 edition certified products manufactured after January 2, 2013 can not be sold by the manufacturer. Users do not need to replace L equipment in good service condition and are free to buy L marked equipment from dealers until L marked products are no longer in dealer’s stock


HARDWARE


$41.50 $41.50 $82.00 $82.00


BERRY COMPLIANT


6.3 oz (179 g) 6.3 oz (179 g)


MBS


36 kN (8093 lbf) 36 kN (8093 lbf)


10.4 oz (295 g) 46 kN (10341 lbf) 10.4 oz (295 g) 46 kN (10341 lbf)


CERTIFIED NFPA 1983, G


$62.40 $62.40 $97.50 $97.50


$86.00 $128.00


PULLEYS


PULLEYS


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