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Petzl AXIS 11mm Rope

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The AXIS 11 mm low stretch kernmantel rope is designed for work at height. The standard diameter ensures a good grip for easier handling. The EverFlex technology guarantees great flexibility and consistent performance over time. Rope available in six colors and four lengths.
Detailed description
• Standard diameter ensures a good grip for easier handling
• Consistent performance over time:
– construction with nylon core and polyester sheath, with specific weave
– EverFlex technology ensures great flexibility over time and under any conditions (water, dust, mud…), allowing it to maintain excellent handling and optimal performance with devices
• Available in six colors: white, yellow, black, blue, red and orange
• Standard lengths: 150, 200, 600 and 1200 ft
• Customization on request:
– option of ordering a rope of a specified length (up to 1800 ft)
– addition of sewn terminations manufactured on one or both ends, providing a ready-to-use rope. These terminations have a protective sheath that keeps the connector in position and facilitates handling. They are also stronger than a figure-eight knot
Specifications
• Diameter: 11 mm
• Material(s): polyester, nylon
• Certification(s): CE EN 1891 type A, EAC, NFPA 2500 Technical Use, UKCA
• Weight per meter: 82 g
• Strength tied with figure-eight knot: 19 kN
• Strength with sewn termination: 22 kN
• Impact force (factor 0,3): 5,2 kN
• Number of factor 1 falls: 12
• Construction: 32 carrier
• Percentage of sheath: 41 %
• Static elongation: 3 %

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