Camming: Controlled Descent for Rope Access
An Innovation in Rope Rescue!
Pulley / Rescue Belay / Descent Control
The MPD allows you to go from lowering to raising without changing hardware. More than nine years of research and development went into the patented Multi-Purpose Device (MPD), which features major innovations in advanced technical hardware for rope rescue professionals.
Sizes: Red = 13 mm, Blue = 11mm
The Chest Ascender is compact & lightweight and has been designed for use on a full body harness. Therefore it is ideal for use in Rope Access work. The cam is spring-loaded and fitted with a catch mechanism, allowing for ease one-handed operation of the device whilst attaching to/removing the from the rope.
Update 2019: Only Black Color Available
Progress-Capture Pulleys incorporate a cam which (when roped correctly) automatically captures the load whilst lifting/pulling a load or tensioning a line. To lower/release the line the cam must be manually clamped by using the flexible Dyneema release cord and pinned clear of the rope during the lower/release of the line.
The Rocker can be fitted to the rope at any point. It can be used hands-free, when travelling up and down the rope. The Rocker has been designed for use without a Shock-absorber. The Rocker can also be used as a Rope Adjuster on a Work Positioning Lanyard or Flip-line (in accordance with EN358).
Self-braking descender with anti-panic function for lowering from an anchor
The I’D EVAC self-braking descender is primarily designed for lowering from an anchor. The ergonomic handle is specifically oriented for managing of a load from the anchor and offers comfortable descent control. The integrated anti-panic function and anti-error catch limit the risk of an accident due to user error. The AUTO-LOCK system allows the rope to be automatically locked without having to manipulate the handle or tie off the device. Once locked, the rope can be taken up without having to manipulate the handle. The safety gate allows the rope to be installed with the device remaining connected to the anchor.