The Machined Mini and Rescue Pulleys are designed and manufactured like no other pulley in the world. Starting as a block of solid T6 aluminum, the sideplates for the pulley are milled in such a way to leave material where it’s needed most for strength. And because the sideplate starts out of as a solid block, the axle for the pulley is left as an integrated part of the sideplate, further adding to its strength and overall rigidness.
*Currently Available in Black Only. 2019.
The rockD is the carabiner of choice when seeking the highest strength in a standard-sized aluminum frame. The rockD in non-lanyard versions features a flattened shape with an i-beam profile at the bottom and top bends, giving the carabiner a sleek profile, while providing low weight and high strength characteristics.
The rockX accessory carabiner boasts an impressive 5kN (1120 lbf) mbs in a small package. With a frame machined from solid aluminum, the rockX features contours along the top and bottom profile for ease of handling.
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The AZTEK system is used in rigging programs around the world. These, configured as “set-of-fours” (double blocks) will enable the rescue practitioner greater versatility in a personal mechanical advantage (PMA) for rescue and general rigging. Complete system with bag, two Aztek pulleys, main rope (8 or 9mm), two Prusiks, a travel restrict Prusik. Carabiners and links are not included in this kit.
The original Kootenay knot passing pulley was built by Rock Exotica in the late 80’s. Since those days, many have copied the pulley and even used the original name, but none have made as many advancements in the design until now.
The unique design of the Omni with a swivel top is equivalent to three pieces of hardware: the pulley, the swivel and the carabiner to connect them. The result is one compact tool that costs less than the three pieces of hardware it replaces.