ATAR Dual Tension Haul System with Dual 3to1 Z-rigs with Progress Capture and Instant Lowering
The kit includes the following:
2 - 30 Liter Rope Bag Backpack
8 - Carabiners Triple locking Carabiners NFPA ANSI CSA 32kN / 16kN / 10kN
1 - ATAR Static Kernmantle Rope 11 mm x 200 Feet Orange UL ANSI NFPA 34kN
1 - ATAR Static Kernmantle Rope 11 mm x 200 Feet Lime UL ANSI NFPA 34kN
2 - Progress Capture Lowering Device CE 0082
2 - 63" Jacket Slings EN 795/B – EN 354 – ANSI Z359.1 – EAC 45kN
2 - Large Mobile Pulley EN 12278 – UIAA – EAC 46kN (32 kN Beckets) 97% efficiency
4 - Small Mobile Pulley EN 12278 – UIAA – EAC 25kN 92% efficiency
1 - ATAR Trax Rope Protection System (Rope Is Locked Into Trax)
2 - ProClimb Rope Grab CE 1019 - EN358 - EN358-2
1 - Instruction Book
Our system is better than anything else on the market: Here is why:
- A 2.8 to 1 M/A on a 3 to 1 haul system. Others are 2 to 1 M/A on a 3 to 1 haul system.
- No friction loss on the progress capture / lowering device pass through when raising
- Able to lower without re-rigging on during a raise.
- Able to lower one line when other is raising.
- Able to past a knot while maintaining a dual self belaying lines on the load with optional kit
- Extremely high anchor breaking strength. Anchor Rated: 60+ kN
- Able to maintain a high safety factor without additional anchors. 1 person load SF 32 - 2 person load SF 16. 1 person load with redirect pulley SF 8 - 2 person load with redirect pulley SF 4. Adding an additional anchor sling for redirect pulley will raise the safety factor back to SF 23 & SF 16.
- Extreme carabiner strength at MBS of 32kN and MBS of 16kN gate loaded with a weight of only 4 ounces each.
- Only a 3" inch loss of previous haul length on a reset.
OPTIONAL: KNOT PASSING KIT
- Easily pass a knot through the system while maintaining 2 lines on belay (Additional: $155usd)
OPTIONAL: WEIGHT REDUCING KIT
This is the only system that complies with State Law For:
All Workers: Private, State and Local government Workers: Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming
State and local government workers: Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, New Jersey, New York, Virgin Islands
Yes, SAR teams are subject to these laws (not dependent on compensation). Either they are working for a corporation or are working for a government agency and can be assessed monetary fines. This is a complex issue -- you should consult a lawyer if you have questions.
The system weighs 38 pounds and is the best system available today. Weighs: Rope 12.0 lbs x 2 • Backpack 2.6 lbs x 2 • Hardware/ Slings 4.0 lbs x 2