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INDUSTRIAL SAFETY BELT.
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INDUSTRIAL SAFETY BELT.
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Attachment Elements - 1 Dorsal and 1 Sternal D-Ring for Fall Arrest.1 Ventral D -Ring at waist level for Rope Access work and 2 Lateral D- Rings for Work Positioning Adaptability - Adjustable shoulder, thigh-straps and waist belt Convenience - An ideal combination of Fall Arrest, Work Positioning, Rescue and Rope access applications. Ergonomics - Soft padding on shoulder, waist and leg straps for extended comfort Conforms to EN 361:2002, EN 358:1999 & EN 813:2008
Price : 6,500 INR
MOUNTAIN CLIMBING ROPE
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MOUNTAIN CLIMBING ROPE
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Usage : MOUNTAIN CLIMBING ROPE
Length : 220 Meter (m)
Function : Most of the climbing done in modern times is considered free climbing—climbing using one's own physical strength, with equipment used solely as protection and not as support—as opposed to aid climbing, the gear-dependent form of climbing that was dominant in the sport's earlier days. Free climbing is typically divided into several styles that differ from one another depending on the choice of equipment used and the configurations of their belay, rope and anchor systems. As routes get higher off the ground, the increased risk of life-threatening injuries necessitates additional safety measures. A variety of specialized climbing techniques and climbing equipment exists to provide that safety. Climbers will usually work in pairs and utilize a system of ropes and anchors designed to catch falls. Ropes and anchors can be configured in different ways to suit many styles of climbing, and roped climbing is thus divided into further sub-types that vary based on how their belay systems are set up. Generally speaking, beginners will start with top roping and/or easy bouldering and work their way up to lead climbing and beyond.
Application : Most of the climbing done in modern times is considered free climbing—climbing using one's own physical strength, with equipment used solely as protection and not as support—as opposed to aid climbing, the gear-dependent form of climbing that was dominant in the sport's earlier days. Free climbing is typically divided into several styles that differ from one another depending on the choice of equipment used and the configurations of their belay, rope and anchor systems. As routes get higher off the ground, the increased risk of life-threatening injuries necessitates additional safety measures. A variety of specialized climbing techniques and climbing equipment exists to provide that safety. Climbers will usually work in pairs and utilize a system of ropes and anchors designed to catch falls. Ropes and anchors can be configured in different ways to suit many styles of climbing, and roped climbing is thus divided into further sub-types that vary based on how their belay systems are set up. Generally speaking, beginners will start with top roping and/or easy bouldering and work their way up to lead climbing and beyond.
Gender : Male
Supply Ability : DEPEND UPON QUANTITY. Per Week
Price : 280 INR


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15A, Clive Row, 1st Floor, Kolkata - 700001, West Bengal, India
Phone :+918068094865
Mr Hrishikesh Mukherjee (Proprietor)
Mobile :+918068094865

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