SMC 2" Swiftwater Pulley


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Description

Featuring deliberate, water-related design elements, the SMC 2" Swiftwater Pulley addresses the unique needs for Swiftwater rescue situations.
  • Made using high-quality aluminum, this lightweight pulley weighs 6 oz. and features a 2" sheave.
  • Side plates are precisely tensioned for easy one-handed operation and secure placement at any point along the rope.
  • Wide base and side plate design works well to "mind" Prusik cords of up to 8mm.
  • Anodized side plates feature a series of holes that help to minimize the hydroplaning effect that might occur with a typical pulley.
  • The top hole accepts two large rescue carabiners or multiple small carabiners and allows the carabiners to be rotated freely and completely even while closed.
  • Sealed Ball Bearings provide optimal efficiency.
  • Made in the USA.
  • Use with Rope up to 1/2".

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