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HECTOR BC triple lock/ K0121EC00
Large versatile pear-shaped HMS carabiner with triple lock gate and removable captive bar designed especially as a fixed connector in anchor systems or lanyards

  • due to high strength and large gate opening it is mainly used as a central carabiner when anchoring
  • pear-shaped basket facilitates belaying with the Münter hitch or other belay devices
  • angled snag free Keylock nose for smooth clipping and unclipping maneuvers
  • rough notches on the triple locking sleeve for easy manipulation even with gloves
  • each carabiner is individually tested for a strength of 10 kN
  • large rope bearing area for better rope glide and reduced wear on the carabiner
  • gate opening and basket area are large enough to easily accommodate a big anchor point or more slings
  • hot-forged I-beam construction makes the carabiner extremely strong, stiff and light
  • excellent ergonomic provides perfect handling with the carabiner
  • anodized finishing increases corrosion resistance
  • captive bar keeps the carabiner in its proper orientation
  • bar is easily removable with an Allen key no. 3
  • this carabiner keeps your gear well-arranged and minimizes the chance of cross loading
  • each carabiner has an unique production number for better traceability and inspection

  • also available in black matt color (K0121BC00)
Weight91 g (3.2 oz)
Materiallight alloy
Strength major axis30 kN
Strength minor axis9 kN
Strength open gate8 kN
Gate opening (d)26 mm
ce 1019, EN 12275, EN 362

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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 useacquaintance with the possibilities and limitations of the productadequate apprenticeship in appropriate techniques and methods of useunderstanding and acceptance of the risk involved
In case of doubt or problem of understanding, contact SINGING ROCK.