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DESCENT CONTROL DEVICES


POWERLOCK™


The PowerLock™ is a revolutionary high friction rescue descender designed for two person loads. A double action safety mechanism brakes if the user either lets go or squeezes too hard in panic. This device can also easily adjust the amount of slack rope prior to descent and provides excellent braking control, even with a load of two persons.


Key Features: Stainless steel • Patented secondary braking system • Designed for 11 mm rope • DuoBrake™ system • Designed for loads up to 440 lbs.


Weight: 1.63 lbs (740 g) CERTIFIED


HD26182 $199.00 prEN 12841-A,B,C


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QUADRA™


The Quadra™ can change instantly from one mode to another while under load. A special braking mechanism increases the frictional force for lowering heavy loads. This device will arrest a 2 person fall factor by 1/3 when in life lining mode with no rope damage. It will also retain full function after a fall.


Recommended for use with PMI® Access Pro rope (page 12).


Key Features: Stainless steel • Patented secondary braking system • Included in the FallTek™ Rescue Solution • Designed for ropes from 10.5 mm to 11 mm


Weight: 1.50 lbs (680 g) » Rope: for 11 mm rope HD26175


$199.00 CERTIFIED prEN 12841-A,B,C


SMC SPIDER


The SMC Spider is an Auto Braking NFPA L Rated Descender designed for work positioning and personal descent. The Spider provides persons working at height the ability to easily maneuver and secure themselves while on the fly. Allowing users to easily load and unload from the device without having to unclip from their harness, it is an ideal descender for window washers, fire fighters, and industrial workers who need a device that provides them with optimal strength and performance.


Designed to accommodate ropes from 11 mm to 12.5 mm. Weight: 1.24 lbs (562 g) » MBS: 13.5 kN (3174 lbf) SM220300N


$163.90 USA MADE CERTIFIED NFPA 1983, T


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