Climbing ascender Quick Roll

Innovative handle ascender with integrated pulley, that can be used in the following applications:
• Caving. Used in conjunction with a chest ascender (e.g. CHEST ASCENDER+), it allows for rope ascent with MAO technique (Fig A).
• Rope work. Used in conjunction with a self-braking descender (e.g.a SPARROW) it allows for ascending the work rope. Ideal for placing protection and for rock scaling on crags (Fig B).

QUICK ROLL handle ascender boasts the same technical features as the QUICK’UP+ model.

Caution! The integrated pulley is not PPE and it can only be used as an additional aid to the ascent, as per the methods shown, but not for hauling people and/or material.

Ascender for climbing

Weight: 255 g
EN 567:2013 for use with ropes: Ø 8 ÷ 13 mm
EN 12841:2006-B for use with ropes: Ø 10 ÷ 13 mm
CE 0333 – Made in Italy

Innovative handle ascender with integrated pulley ideal for caving and rope work by Climbing Technology

Innovative handle ascender with integrated pulley ideal for caving and rope work by Climbing Technology

 

Innovative handle ascender with integrated pulley ideal for caving and rope work. Caving. Used in conjunction with a chest ascender (e.g. CHEST ASCENDER+), it allows for rope ascent with MAO technique (Fig A).

Innovative handle ascender with integrated pulley ideal for caving and rope work. Caving. Used in conjunction with a chest ascender (e.g. CHEST ASCENDER+), it allows for rope ascent with MAO technique (Fig A).

Innovative handle ascender with integrated pulley ideal for caving and rope work. Rope work: used in conjunction with a self-braking descender (e.g.a SPARROW) it allows for ascending the work rope. Ideal for placing protection and for rock scaling on crags (Fig B).

Innovative handle ascender with integrated pulley ideal for caving and rope work. Rope work: used in conjunction with a self-braking descender (e.g.a SPARROW) it allows for ascending the work rope. Ideal for placing protection and for rock scaling on crags (Fig B).

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