SCREW-LOCK manual system: This system is suitable for harsh environments where contaminants (mud, ice) could cause an automatic locking system to jam. The red visual indicator is visible when the carabiner is unlocked.
BALL-LOCK automatic system: Unlocking is accomplished by pressing on the green indicator, then turning the sleeve. The green visual indicator is visible only when the gate is locked.
TRIACT-LOCK automatic system: Unlocking is accomplished by raising, then turning the sleeve.
Fluid interior design Fluid interior design limits the risk of having a catch point and facilitates rotation of the carabiner.
Optimal strength/weight ratio The H cross-section ensures an optimal strength/weight ratio and protects the markings from abrasion.
- for occasional handling:
Multiple locking systems depending on the intensity of use:
- for frequent handling:
Design facilitates handling For connecting to equipment having a large cross-section
The OK carabiner has a symmetrical oval shape for optimal loading of devices with a large cross-section, such as pulleys, rope clamps or mobile fall arresters.
The WILLIAM has an asymmetrical pear shape, with a large capacity for attaching multiple elements, and a large gate opening to facilitate their installation.
The Am D carabiner has an asymmetrical D shape that is ideal for attaching equipment such as descenders or positioning lanyards.
For connection of multiple items
For connection to equipment such as descenders or positioning lanyards