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ARMBURY Climbing Hurth Pulley

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SGT KNOTS is proud to present our UIAA Certified ARMBURY Climbing Gear!  We have worked hard to bring these exclusive products to the American market, providing the finest quality and prices for our customers.  We are committed to being the best and always live by the motto, Semper Fidelis-Always Faithful.

    ARMBURY Hurth Pulley is a light allow, single pulley with mobile plates and brass bearings for multiple uses.  This pulley can be used with ropes up to 16mm in diameter and can accommodate up to (3) carabiners on the upper eyelet.  This pulley has been designed for heavy hauling and complex operations.

    • ARMBURY Hurth Pulley:  16mm, 243g, 28kN major axis strength

      The Pulleys meet safety requirements relevant to European regulations as well as those of the UIAA  (International Mountaineering and Climbing Foundation).

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