Passes the BCCTR Rescue Belay Competence Drop Test Criteria*
Developed specifically to meet the needs of rescue system belays.
The well-engineered Traverse 540° is a patented, self-locking, easy-to-rig device that meets demanding drop-test criteria: able to hold falling loads quickly while limiting the peak force. The symmetrical design reduces the risk of improper rigging. A built-in release lever discharges the tension on the belay rope, eliminating the need for a release hitch.
* The British Columbia Council of Technical Rescue Belay Competency Drop Test specifies a 1-meter drop onto 3 meters of kernmantle rescue rope with less than 1 meter of additional travel and less than 15 kN peak force. For a General Use rated device, a 280-kg load and a 12.5-mm rope are generally used. For a Technical Use device, a 200-kg load and an 11.1-mm rope are used.
Working-At-Height / Industrial Rope Access / Technical Rope Rescue
Working at height requires reliable, quality equipment. The Traverse 540° Rescue Belay can be used with confidence for work positioning or fall restraint protection in work-at-height maneuvers for industrial rope access or technical rope rescue when used in accordance with the regulatory safety standards it falls under. Always use life safety equipment and gear according to the regulatory safety standards for which it is classified and/or certified.
| Color / Option
|| Product Weight
|| Rope Size (Diameter)
|| NFPA Rating
|| 3 sigma MBS
| Large, Blue
|| 1 lb 6 oz (624 g)
|| 11.5 - 13 mm
|| General Use
|| 36 kN (8,093 lbf)