Μονό σχοινί, ειδικά σχεδιασμένο για αρχαρίους. Η μεγάλη διάμετρος σε συνδυασμό με το εξωτερικό περίβλημα τεχνολογίας SBS προσφέρει εντυπωσιακή απόδοση και μεγάλη διάρκεια ζωής. Εξαιρετική αντοχή κι εύκολος χειρισμός του σχοινιού, ιδανικό για sport αναρρίχηση.
For ascent where only one rope is used. This is the most basic and widely used method of using rope for ascents.Standard
Improved basic finishing of dynamic ropes. The new technological process enables the application of impregnation agents early in the standard finishing of the ropes.SBS – Simple Braid System
SBS – is system where each strand is plaited separatelly into the sheath construction and not in pair (tandem). SBS braiding makes the sheath surface much more compact and smoother. Therefore ropes made by SBS generate much lower friction, are more resistant to abrasion and last longer while in contact with rocks.Compact
Our own special technology has been used for the ends of the rope. In a length of 15 mm, the core strand and sheath are connected into one unit.Midpoint of rope
At half of the length, the rope is visibly marked by coloured band, which does not affect the core structure and its mechanical properties. Lengths 30 – 80 m only.CE – symbol of compliance
This symbol confirms that the product meets safety requirements specified in the relevant Europen regulations. The number following symbol (e.g. CE1019) is number of notified body which performs checking of production: VVUÚ, a.s., Pikartská 1337/7, 71607 Ostrava- Radvanice, Czech Republic.
Products marked with this symbol meet UIAA requirements.The UIAA is the International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation.TeNOTE
New, revolutionary conception of the overall administration and registration of ropes which, thanks to NFC technology, offers unthought-of possibilities and brings user comfort to a hitherto unrecognized level. Rope includes microchip. With a PC and a mobile phone you obtain a quick, effective and smart tool for examination and maintenance of your ropes.
|Rope diameter (mm)||10|
|Number of UIAA falls||9|
|Max impact force (kN)||8.9|
|Sheath slippage (%)||0.2|
|Static elongation (%)||5|
|Dynamic elongation (%)||33|