SLINGS 16 mm

SLING 16 mm / C2075
Sling for an anchor point

 

  • light and strong
  • sewn sling - much stronger than an ordinary tying with knot
  • part of the gear you use for every outdoor activity
  • climbers use slings straps for resting at belay stations and
    as protection under many different circumstances
  • for better gear management available in different colors in
    the lengths from 60 to 150 cm


Color: yellow, blue, red, black
Weight: 48 g (60 cm) • 1.7 oz (24 in)
Material: polyamide
Strength: 22 kN
Width: 16 mm
Length: 60, 80, 120 and 150 cm (24, 32, 48 and 60 in)

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high resolution picture instructions of use universal instructions of use PPE

EN 566 1019

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Warning

Activities at height such as climbing, via ferrata, caving, rappelling, ski-touring, rescue, work at height and exploration are dangerous activities, which may lead to severe injury or even death.
This the following is essential before use:

  • careful reading and understanding of the instructions for use
  • acquaintance with the possibilities and limitations of the product
  • adequate apprenticeship in appropriate techniques and methods of use
  • understanding and acceptance of the risk involved

In case of doubt or problem of understanding, contact SINGING ROCK.