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HARDWARE SMC RESCUE STAYK


The new load equalizing rescue anchor system from SMC. Versatile and accommodating in various terrain, the StayK is designed for use by fire departments, rope rescue teams, swift water rescue teams, and other emergency responders. This system is very effective, efficient, and reliable.


Key Features: Maximum holding strength with ability to self-equalize and distribute the load • Able to be divided into multiple safety systems • Increased holding power and minimal soil disturbance due to anchor rod • Allows easy attachment of additional holding support if required • Available as a Single StayK or as a Kit of three StayK’s


Length: 35.10” (89.2 cm) » OD: 1.00” (2.5 cm)


Single Rescue StayK Weight: 9.24 lbs (4.191 kg) » MBS: Actual break strength is dependent on ground placement, density, and composition.


SM305100 $172.30


Rescue StayK Kit (3 StayKs) Weight: 28.37 lbs (12.868 kg) » MBS: Actual break strength is dependent on ground placement, density, and composition in conjunction with placement and system layout.


SM305130 USA MADE Carabiner not included. TRACT EL BEAM CLAMP


This anchorage is designed to fit I-beams from 3” to 9.25”. Simple installation, removable. Meets ANSI, CSA, and OSHA anchorage requirements.


Key Features: Rated for a one person load • Removable • Clamp is rated at 1 ton HD26067


Height: 6.00” (15.2 cm) » Width: 2.50” (6.4 cm) » Length: 15.00” (38.1 cm) » Weight: 12.30 lbs (5.600 kg) » MBS: 24 kN (5400 lbf) CERTIFIED


$125.95 ANSI Z359.1 CSA $472.20 Rotation Blocks with Connection Points.


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SKEDCO WINDOW RAPPEL ANCHOR


Skedco’s unique anchor design allows escape from burning buildings where there are no other anchors available. This is your “Last Chance Bailout” device. It will fold to be carried in a holster or bailout kit. When used, the ends are extended, a carabiner is placed into the holes in both parts and the anchor is placed into the lower corner of a window and a rope is attached. It is necessary to keep tension on your rope to prevent the anchor from slipping out of position. This anchor keeps your rope farther away from the flames which gives you a little more time to descend to safety.


Red SK765 $80.86


CLIMBT ECH I BEAMER CLAMP


This I-Beam Clamp is the lightest and nimblest of its kind. It is specifically designed for fall protection, work positioning, restraint, personal riding, and more. A 360 degree swivel D-ring allows for ultimate freedom when connected to a lanyard or other attachment. This I-Beam can hold up to 400 lbs. Optimum strength is achieved with a solid steel design and a 7-series aluminum support rod.


Key Features: Support bar is 7071 Aluminum alloy • Flange hook is 6061 Aluminum alloy • Flange insert is Aluminum Bronze • Flange stops and D-ring mount is stainless steel • Adjusts from 3” to 12”


MBS: 22 kN (5000 lbf) » Weight: 3.40 lbs (1.540 kg) Blue


HD26229 CERTIFIED $200.00 ANSI Z359.1 CE EN 795


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