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ISC Eiger Pulley

ISC Eiger Pulley

ISC Eiger Pulley



The ISC Eiger RP012 is a swing-cheek micro pulley - able to be easily installed mid-line - ideal as a prusik minding pulley on a lanyard. Constructed from high strength aluminium alloy and designed specifically for 12 mm arborist climbing lines. Minimum breaking strength a whopping 35 kN and only 74 mm high. Each pulley is 100% inspected for quality. The ISC Eiger is a useful additional pulley in most climbing systems. Approved to BS EN 12278. Made in Wales by ISC.

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Product Code: 117-04003001

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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
  • Conforms to appropriate European and ANSI Standards
  • Made in Wales by ISC
Length 74 mm
Width 45 mm
Sheave Ø 24 mm
Rope Ø 12 mm
Weight 90 g
Material Aluminum
Finish Anodized
MBS 35 kN
Approved EN 12278

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