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Petzl AM'D H-Frame Triact Lock Carabiner

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Product title: Petzl AM'D H-Frame Triact Lock Carabiner

SKU: ECL_PLCAMDHTR

The Petzl AM'D H-Frame Triact Lock Carabiner lightweight asymmetrical carabiner is made of aluminum. It has a D shape particularly suited for connection to diverse equipment lanyards. Am'D may be used with a CAPTIV positioning bar to favor loading of the carabiner along the major axis.

  • D shape is particularly suited for connection to equipment
  • Aluminum carabiner whose reduces the weight of equipment
  • May be used with a CAPTIV positioning bar to favor loading of the carabiner along the major axis
  • To limit the risk of it flipping and to keep it integrated with the device
  • Easier handling
  • Fluid interior design limits the risk of having a catch point and facilitates rotation
  • Keylock system to avoid any involuntary snagging of the carabiner
  • H cross-section
  • Ensures an improved strength-to-weight ratio
  • Protects markings from abrasion
  • 3 year manufacturer guarantee

Petzl AM'D H-Frame Triact Lock Carabiner Technical Specifications

Major axis strength 27 kN
Minor axis strength 8 kN
Open gate strength 7 kN
Gate opening 24 mm
Material Aluminum
Certification(s) (Carabiner) CE EN 362, EAC, NFPA 1983 Technical Use
Weight 75 g

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    Anonymous
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    3 years ago
    If you plan to do any serious climbing

    A screw-lock carabiner is standard, and they are reliable, but there is always a risk of forgetting. We always double check and 1:20 times we find it wasn't locked. With an auto locking carabiner it is always locked; you still check but it is more procedural than anything.

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