CAMP Pulley Small Fixed

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit CAMP's Pulley Small Fixed page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

This super-compact, ultralight pulley with fixed side plates is very easy to handle and convenient to carry on a harness while ski touring or mountaineering.

- REI

Camp USA Sphinx Fixed Pulley FEATURES of the Camp USA Sphinx Fixed Pulley Fixed side plates Self-lubricated brass bushings Super-compact Aluminum alloy body and sheave Stainless steel axle Prusik-minding For ropes up to 13 mm

- Moosejaw

The fixed side plates make this an excellent pulley for quickly rigging a hauling system using an ascender. Clip a locking oval carabiner into the two pulley holes, then clip the carabiner to top of an ascender. Attach this rig to an anchor point that can rotate (such as a sling) using a locking carabiner clipped to the oval carabiner (between the side plates).Rescue, RiggingBrass bushingAluminum alloy sheavePermanent rivet never loosensRequires locking oval or HMS carabiner, cannot be used with D-shapesSpecs:Working Load: 2.5 kN x 2 = 5 kN, 560 LBF x 2 = 1120 LBFBreaking Load: 10 kN x 2 = 20 kN, 2250 LBF x 2 = 4500 LBFInner sheave Diameter: 21 mm, 0.8 inMax Rope Diameter: 12 mmWeight: 110 g, 3.9 oz

- Second Ascent

The CAMP Small Fixed Sided pulley with ball bearings is an excellent pulley for quickly rigging a hauling system. Its compact size and light weight let you take it anywhere. The fixed side design installs quickly anywhere on a rope. Ball bearings reduce friction and increase efficiency of hauling systems. Great for setting up hauling systems Steel Ball bearingsAluminum sheavePermanent rivet never loosensNOTE! Use requires an oval of HMS shape carabiner, cannot be used with D-shaped carabiners.

- Campmor