The Petzl Rescue Pulley is a pulley for rescue professionals. The pulley uses two swinging plates to facilitate rescue, hauling heavy loads, and intensive use. The minimum rope diameter is 7mm, while the maximum is 13mm, allowing for a wide range of options. The side plates and sheave are made with aluminum and accept up to three carabiners. Cheers to the hard work of rescue pros!
FEATURES of the Petzl Rescue Pulley
For rescue professionals
Designed to maneuver heavy loads or for intensive use
Large diameter sheave mounted on sealed ball bearings for excellent efficiency
Accepts up to three carabiners to facilitate use
Also available in black version
SPECIFICATIONS of the Petzl Rescue Pulley
Weight: 185 g
Case Quantity: 10
Rope Diameter: Minimum: 7 mm, Maximum: 13 mm
Sheave Type: Sealed ball bearings
Sheave Diameter: 38 mm
Working Load: 4 kN x 2 = 8 kN
Breaking Strength: 36 kN
Aluminum side plates, aluminum sheave
Certification(s): CE EN 12278, UIAA
Rated 5 out of
Its a great pulley, but so was its predescesor. Catch is, this one is better !In short this is a great, bombproof, pulley. I once had an experience necking a rope using carabiners on a top-rope setup, so I switched to using the petzle rescue pulley. Its works great ! Because it is a rescue pulley, it has a hole big enough for three carabiners. This is great for a top-rope setup because it allows you to use two for hookup to the anchors, and one to drop down below the biner for the climbing rope to feed through as a backup. I do this simple because I'm paranoid about mechanical devices failing, but this thing is built solid. the older model was great too, but this model has smoother edges, and even smoother feed. Its a two thumbs up for sure.
Date published: 2011-08-09
Rated 5 out of
Not the best rappelling pulley, but great for climbing!This isn't the best rappelling pulley because it doesn't quite have a lot of traction to be going down without a belayer. But I love this pulley as a climbing pulley! Since its so easy to pull rope through, it's great for climbing!
Date published: 2012-11-06
Rated 4 out of
A must iteam for climbing and reppellingMust to have for rescue, the only con is that it can not be use with a prusik for a lifting system.,,Petzl got another pully that can be use with a prusik.