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NOTCH Micro Pulley

NOTCH Micro Pulley

NOTCH Micro Pulley



The NOTCH Micro Pulley is ideal for tending a friction hitch one-handed on a lanyard, but there are plenty of other applications. Lightweight aluminium side plates running a 33mm sheave on a stainless spindle - can accommodate rope up to 11mm in diameter. The large attachment hole provides versatility for multiple configuration options. CE Certified to EN122278-2017.

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Product Code: 117-13001001

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  • Swing-sided micro pulley - ideal as a Prusik minding pulley on a lanyard
  • Anodized aluminum for long life
  • Very versatile - can be used on ropes 10 mm - 13 mm in diameter although specifically designed for 12 mm arborist climbing lines
  • Features free-swinging side plates and a large attachment hole
  • Streamlined shape and smooth riveted construction
  • Very compact
Length 74 mm
Width 40 mm
Sheave Ø 33 mm
Rope Ø 13 mm
Weight 90 g
Material Aluminum
Finish Anodized
MBS 35 kN
Approved EN 12278

Under $250  
Auckland $6.90
North Island $9.90
South Island $12.90
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