Tag: Rope

PMI Dynamic™ 8.9mm Erratic – Product Overview

Monday, September 25th, 2017

The all new ERRATIC has every feature that you need all wrapped up into one rope for any climbing situation. It is a single rope that is ultra-lightweight with a solid feel and precision control. The ERRATIC utilizes Unicore® technology, resulting in nearly zero sheath slippage, even if the sheath is damaged. This rope is also UltraDry™ treated for those ambitious alpine expeditions and for mixed rock and ice routes. It is also ideal for trad and sport climbing, especially when sending difficult routes where weight, speed and performance are your tools for success.

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PMI® Hudson Classic Professional with Unicore® Technology – 12.5 mm

Monday, April 13th, 2015

An incredible new PMI rope for Fire/Rescue professionals, the Classic Pro with Unicore® technology is now available in a 12.5mm (1/2”) diameter! Unicore® technology creates the ultimate bond between sheath and core. This bond ensures sheath slippage is nearly zero, even when the sheath is entirely cut circumferentially. This rope allows the firefighter or rope technician to pass either a cut or torn sheath area, whether descending or ascending, since the sheath cannot bunch to create an impasse.


PMI® Extreme Pro™ with Unicore® Technology

Monday, May 5th, 2014

An incredible new PMI rope, Extreme Pro™ with Unicore® technology is the ultimate polyester kernmantle rope. Unicore® technology creates the ultimate bond between sheath and core.


Pues, compré una cuerda, ¿y ahora qué?

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012
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Descripción virtual de Seminario:
Este seminario virtual gratis le dará información sobre la inspección, el cuidado y el mantenimiento de las cuerdas de seguridad humana. Además, intentaremos responder la pregunta difícil de cuándo descartar una cuerda. ¡El seminario se presentará por primera vez en español el 21 de febrero del 2012!

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Ok, I Bought a Rope, So Now What?

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012
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Webinar Description:
This free webinar provides insight on the proper inspection, care and maintenance of Life Safety Rope. In addition, we will try to answer the tough question of when to retire your rope. This webinar will also be aired for the first time in Spanish on February 21, 2012!

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Overcoming GRAVITY – Choosing a Rope for Safety

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
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Webinar Description:
Life safety rope is available in such a variety of diameters, materials, and constructions… how do you choose what’s right for you? This presentation will cover some of the finer points of rope selection, including test methods, interpretation of data, and both objective and subjective considerations in choosing the best rope for your application. Rope is not a commodity, and details do make a difference. By the end of this webinar you will have a better grasp on analyzing specifications and product labels to help you choose the best product for your needs. Loui McCurley, you presenter for this webinar, offers perspective gained from personal experience in rescue, fall protection, rope access, and recreational climbing, as well as testing and evaluating mechanisms of failure of life safety rope.

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Every Rescuer Should Know Their ABCDE’s: A Disciplined Approach for Conducting Rope System Safety Checks

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011
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Webinar Description:
A common practice in rope rescue is to conduct a “safety check” of the rigging in a rope system prior to placing a human load on it. The purpose and value of safety check is well documented in various technical rope rescue textbooks and is even is a job performance requirement in NFPA 1006, Technical Rescuer Professional Qualifications. However, these references often only present general guidelines and they do not present a disciplined approach to conducting a safety check. This free PMI® Webinar will present a disciplined approach developed by West Metro Fire Rescue’s (Lakewood, CO) Technical Rescue Team as one way to conduct a system safety check.

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