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Here is an excellent, robust and durable pulley.

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100 mm 4''
Minimum breaking strength (MBS)
135 kN (13,775 kg) 135 kN (30,375 lb)
Working load limit (WLL)
1.85 kg 4.1 lb


Here is an excellent, robust and durable pulley.

This steel pulley is manufactured with stainless steel side plates and 2 aluminium sheaves (wheels with gouges). The swing side plates eliminate the need to thread the rope and therefore, allow it to be installed very quickly. In addition, they prevent the rope from getting out once they are closed.

The pulley shaft is made of stainless steel and an oil impregnated bronze bearing ensures a flawless operation and an efficiency of 98%, all without maintenance.

Its minimum breaking strength is 135 kN. Ideal to use with a 12-mm rope.

Use the appropriate carabiner to attach this pulley to a polyester sling.



Minimum Breaking Load (metric) : 135 kN (13,775 kg)
Minimum Breaking Load (imperial) : 135 kN (30,375 lb)
Working Load Limit (metric) : N/A
Working Load Limit (imperial) : N/A
Material : Sides: Stainless steel. Sheaves: Aluminium
Certification : ---
Weight & Dimensions
Weight (metric) : 1.85 kg
Weight (imperial) : 4.1 lb
Diameter (metric) : 100 mm
Diameter (imperial) : 4''
Length (metric) : 130 mm
Length (imperial) : 5-1/8"
Width (metric) : 105 mm
Width (imperial) : 4-1/8"
Height (metric) : 80 mm
Height (imperial) : 3-3/16"
Minimum Diameter (metric) : 10 mm
Minimum Diameter (imperial) : 3/8"
Maximum Diameter (metric) : 13 mm
Maximum Diameter (imperial) : 1/2''
Other : 1 year
Additional information
Additional Information : Not designed for steel cable.
Additional Information : The NEWTON is the International System unit for force; it is equal to the amount of net force required to accelerate a mass of one kilogram at a rate of one meter per second squared. --- The WORKING LOAD LIMIT (WLL) is the maximum load which should not be exceeded under any condition. --- The MINIMUM BREAKING STRENGTH (MBS) is observed during a destructive test. You should divide it by an appropriate safety factor.



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