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ISC RP290 Rigging Wrench

ISC RP290 Rigging Wrench

ISC RP290 Rigging Wrench

$399.00

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The ISC RP290 Rigging Rope Wrench is a lowering device suitable for loads up to 70kg. The RP290 uses a bearing, applying friction to the lowering line when anchored at the top of a tree. The load is controllable from both ground level or aloft by the climber which is useful for smaller crews and on job multi-tasking. When attached at the base of the tree, the ISC Rigging Rope Wrench provides friction control in mechanical advantage configurations. Designed by Kevin Bingham and manufactured in Wales by ISC.

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Product Code: 201-02003001

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  • Set up in the canopy and control the descent of limbs from the ground or aloft
  • Push-to-turn release mechanism
  • Stainless steel spindle with bushed pulley sheave
  • Rugged hot-forged aluminum side plates
  • Perfect for small crews
  • Black connecting 'bone' for easy identification
  • Comes complete with carry case
  • Made in Wales
Specification
Length 190 mm
Weight 475 g
Suitable for impact? NO
Working Line Ø ≤13 mm
Top Strop Ø ≤12 mm
Locking Sheave NO
MBS 30 kN
WLL up to 70 kg
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