5 mm Prusik Cord - per metre

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5 mm Prusiksnor  
Diametre: 5 mm
Weight per. m: 16.5 g
Colour: orange with grey dots 
Material: Polyamide (nylon)


metre - select the number of metres below

0.91 EUR

Details

Details

5 mm Prusiksnor  

In relation with climbing, rappelling / abseil, prusik cord is used to secure the climber to the climbing rope itself. With a special Prusik knot, the climber is tied to the climbing rope so that he will be caught if he loses his grip on the rope. As a general rule og thumb, you should choose a prusik cord with a diameter that is half the size of the rope you are climbing. Thus, this 5 mm cord is perfect if you are climbing on a 10 mm climbing rope. The length of a prusik loop varies between 60 cm and 120 cm and should always be adapted to the person who is climbing.

Please feel free to contact us if you need further guidance.

Further specification:
Ultimate load: 6.2 kN
Norm: EN 564

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