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HARDWARE


ROPE GRABS AND ASCENDERS


X-CAM PERFORMANCE Until now, holding high loads with an ascender that features a toothed cam has not been possible due to the sharpness of the teeth of the cam. The X-Cam™ from heightec®


is a


completely new design of cam, which gives a considerable increase in performance over traditional sharp toothed models. By reducing the aggressiveness with which the cam acts, it increases the overall holding power by almost 50%. In addition, the X-Cam™ reduces the risk of catastrophic system failure by being able to exert high load on a rope even after the sheath has ruptured. Testing proves up to a residual holding power of 200 kg after the sheath of a rope has broken.


The X-Cam™ is featured in all heightec® h e i g h tec® COMPACT ASCENDER


The same revolutionary cam as the Pulsar Ascender, but without a handle. Ideal for a spare ascender or for use in haul systems.


Key Features: Does not fuzz sheath when placed on and off the rope • Easy removal for change over • Smooth action for down climbing • Two lower and one upper attachment point • Alloy release catch • Ideal as a spare ascender or for use in hauling and rescue systems • X-Cam™ performance


Weight: 6.1 oz (173 g) » Sizing Info: 8 mm - 13 mm rope


HD26184 CERTIFIED $65.50 EN 567, EN 12841-B h e i g h tec® ascenders. TWIST ASCENDER


Slimline X-Cam™ ascender with profiled attachment points to sit flat on the chest. Can be used with a combination harness or separate chest harness for rope ascending.


Key Features: Does not fuzz sheath when placed on and off the rope • Easy removal for change over • Smooth action for down climbing • One lower and one upper attachment point • Alloy release catch • Essential piece of gear for Frog climbing system • Slimline model with profiled attachment points • Designed to sit flat on the body • Can be used with a combination harness or a separate sit and chest harness • Durable alloy release catch allows single handed operation • X-Cam™ performance


Weight: 5.6 oz (159 g) » Sizing Info: 8 mm - 13 mm rope


HD26185 h e i g h tec® PULSAR ASCENDER


The Pulsar is a completely new ascender with an innovative cam design. Increased performance over traditional sharp toothed models, the X-Cam™ significantly reduces the possibility of complete system failure by exerting a considerable hold on a rope without the sharp teeth that may damage the sheath of the rope.


Key Features: Comfortable profiled grip • Two lower attachment points to separate lanyard and footloop • One upper attachment point • Shaped for optimum pulling position • Features the X-cam™


Weight: 7.8 oz (221 g) » Sizing Info: 8 mm - 13 mm rope Right Hand-Green


HD26183 Left Hand-Black (not shown) HD26208 CERTIFIED EN 567, EN 12841-B


$78.00 $78.00


CERTIFIED $63.50 EN 567, EN 12841-B


h e i g h tec®


VECTOR


The Vector Fall Arrest device is the ideal self-trailing rope grab for work at height. Designed to move up and down the rope easily for greater access while working.


Key Features: Can be used as a positioning device • Alloy body • Stainless steel cams • Self-trailing • Designed for ropes from 10.5 mm to 11 mm


Weight: 12.4 oz (350 g) » Sizing Info: 10.5 mm - 11.5 mm rope HD26218


$118.00 CERTIFIED EN 353-2, EN 358


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