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DMM UltraO Carabiner

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Standard carabiners that are used across the world by professionals, and novices.  The classic oval shape simplifies numerous connections while the round basket permits those connections to self-center when weighted.  The Ultra O Carabiners are available as a Screwgate, Kwiklock, Locksafe, or Durolock.

The Ultra O Screwgate Carabiner has a manual locking gate that requires screwing/unscrewing of the barrel to lock/unlock.

Specifications

  • Major Axis: 25kN
  • Gate Opening: 22mm
  • Weight: 67g
  • Dimensions: 63mm x 109mm
  • Certifications: EN362:2004 B, EN12275:2013 B, UIAA121:2009

The Ultra O Kwiklock and Kwiklock Captive Bar Carabiners have an auto-locking gate that requires two distinct actions to open, which is appropriate when auto-locking gates are needed, rigging arrangements are fairly motionless, and anchor points are simple to monitor.

Specifications

  • Major Axis: 25kN
  • Gate Opening: 19mm
  • Weight: 74g
  • Dimensions: 63mm x 109mm
  • Certifications: EN362:2004 B/T, EN12275:2013 B, UIAA121:2009

The Ultra O Locksafe, and Locksafe Captive Bar Carabiners have an auto-locking gate that requires three distinct actions to open providing additional safety in complex rigging arrangements, like running ropes or isolated anchor points.

Specifications

  • Major Axis: 25kN
  • Gate Opening: 19mm
  • Weight: 74g
  • Dimensions: 63mm x 109mm
  • Certifications: EN362:2004 B/T, EN12275:2013 B, UIAA121:2009

The Ultra O Durolock Carabiner has an auto-locking gate that requires four distinct operations to open.  Force must be maintained throughout of the gate returns to be safe (locked).

Specifications

  • Major Axis: 25kN
  • Gate Opening: 20mm
  • Weight: 74g
  • Dimensions: 63mm x 109mm
  • Certifications: EN362:2004 B, EN12275:2013 B

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