Code : M34A PL

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    RÉSUMÉ 

    The Am'D PIN-LOCK asymmetrical aluminum carabiner is designed for use with groups. It secures the connection of the user thanks to its PIN-LOCK system, which can only be opened by the operator with a specific unlocking tool. Am'D PIN-LOCK can be connected to the CAPTIV bar to favor positioning of the carabiner along the major axis, to limit the risk of it flipping and to keep it integrated with the device

    DESCRIPTION

    • Carabiner designed for use with groups:
      - to fasten a harness (in combination with the CAPTIV positioning bar)
      - to connect a trolley to a continuous lifeline
    • Secures the connection of the user: 
      - may be used with a CAPTIV positioning bar to favor loading of the carabiner along the major axis, to limit the risk of it flipping and to keep it integrated with the device
      - PIN-LOCK locking system is unlocked only with a special tool, limiting the risk of the user opening the carabiner
    • Easy to use by the operator:
      - Keylock system to avoid any involuntary snagging of the carabiner
      - two unlocking tools: for repeated manipulations, the unlocking pin can be installed directly on a glove; for immediate and occasional use, the unlocking ring can be kept on a carabiner on the harness
      - H-profile protects markings from abrasion and ensures improved strength-to-weight ratio
    • Sold in ready to assemble packs of 10 with two unlocking tools or individually with the unlocking ring only

     

    SPECIFICATIONS

     

    • Material(s): aluminum
    • Certification(s): CE EN 362, CE EN 12275, EAC
    References M34A PL M34AB PL
    Locking system PIN-LOCK PIN-LOCK
    sold individually sold by pack of 10
    Weight 80 g 800 g
    Color(s) gray gray
    Major axis strength 27 kN 27 kN
    Minor axis strength 8 kN 8 kN
    Open gate strength 7 kN 7 kN
    Gate opening 25 mm 25 mm
    Guarantee 3 years 3 years
    Packing 1 10

    INSTRUCTIONS

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