Petzl Am'D Triact-Lock

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Petzl AM'D Triact is an asymmetric (D-shaped) aluminum, autolocking carabiner that's best-suited for connecting a belay system or for holding equipment.


On Sale. Petzl Am'D Triact-Lock Carabiner FEATURES of the Petzl Am'D Triact-Lock Carabiner D shape is particularly suited for connection to equipment such as descenders or positioning lanyards Can be connected to the CAPTIV bar to favor positioning of the carabiner along the major axis, to limit the risk of it flipping H profile ensures an improved strength-to-weight ratio Keylock system to avoid any involuntary snagging of the carabiner Automatic locking with triple-action gate opening

- Moosejaw

Complementing the versions that already exist, the Am'd and William in Lock, Spinball and Ball Lock versions, this Tri-act version of the Am'd and William carabiners gives automatic locking with greater security while remaining simple to manipulate, even with gloves. The Tri-act system reduces the risk of accidental unlocking as 3 successive actions are required to open the carabiner (push the sleeve upward - turn - open the gate). Initially designed for industrial applications, this locking system, which is easily manipulated with one hand, is also highly appreciated by rescue teams and climbers. Specs: Weight: 74 g. Gate opening: 21 mm. Strenght: 28kN, 8kN, 7kN. High performance aluminum alloy Note that this item of climbing safety equipment is non-returnable. Please call us toll free at 877-236-8428 or e-mail with any questions.


The Petzl Am'D Triact-Lock Autolocking Carabiner is strong, lightweight, and simple to use. -- Specifically adapted for connection of equipment and use at the end of a lanyard-- Excellent strength-to-weight ratio-- Keylock system helps prevent snagging of the carabiner during maneuvers-- Made in the USA

- OMCgear

Petzl Am'D Triact-Lock


The Petzl Am'D Triact-Lock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 13, 2017 at REI.

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