Appropriate technology and tools are essential to produce first-class products. The following list is an example of the modern technologies which are used to produce SINGING ROCK products.

Rock&Lock Rock&Lock

Patented smart buckle used on SINGING ROCK harnesses and other products enables to lock and open very quickly. more >>

Route 44 Route 44

SINGING ROCK patented technology for rope production. A rope is produced on a 44-carrier machine which provides great handling, low weight and durability. more >>

Inter Core Inter CoreThe unique patented technology providing maximum safety even in case of a damaged sheath. The rope is made from 4 layers of parallel core filaments, braided core, braided intermediate sheath made from staple fibres and single tech sheath. picture >>
Single Tech Single Tech

With the Single Tech system each strand is braided into the sheath separately. Single Tech sheath construction increases the rope’s wear resistance and improves the rope’s mechanical properties, such as flexibility.

Single rope Single ropeMarking of single dynamic rope for climbing and mountaineering used in single strand.
Half rope Half ropeMarking of half rope for moun-taineering, multipitch and ice climbing. Individual strands of rope are used in alternation in the protection system. This system reduces the risk of rope break-age caused by falling stones, and provides maximum safety in alpine conditions and for difficult climbs.
Twin rope Twin ropeMarking of twin ropes for moun-taineering, multipitch and ice climbing. Pairs of the same type of rope are always used, sharing the same protection points. Twin ropes guarantee a high level of safety, especially for multipitch climbing in alpine conditions.
Stitched eye Stitched eyesewn loop at the end of kernmentle low stretch rope used as a subsitute of a knot. Used mainly to attach ropes to anchor or attachment points. more >>
Symbol of compliance Symbol of complianceThe CE symbol declares that the product is in compliance with the safety requirements of the appli-cable European standard. The number after the symbol CE (e.g. CE 1019) identifies the relevant accredited testing lab.
UIAA UIAAProducts marked with this symbol meet strict UIAA safety requirements. The UIAA is the International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation. In most cases, UIAA requirements are sometimes stricter than EN standards.
UIAA Water repelent UIAA Water repelentA standard for water repellent ropes approved by the UIAA Safety Commission. To pass the test at a certified laboratory, the amount of absorbed water must not be greater than 5% of the rope’s weight. more>>
ANSI ANSIAmerican National Standards Institute – is a private non-pro-fit organization that oversees the development of voluntary consensus standards for produ-cts, services, processes, systems, and personnel in the United States.[3] The organization also coordinates U. S. standards with international standards so that American products can be used worldwide.
NFPA NFPAThe National Fire Protection Association is a US nonprofit organization devoted to eliminating death, injury, property and economic loss due to fire, electrical and related hazards. It is widely known as an organization that creates and maintains standards and codes for usage and adoption by local governments.
Selected Singing Rock harnesses and static ropes fulfill NFPA requirements.