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Single Swing Side Pulley Sheave 100mm Diameter (Snatch Block for 12mm Rope)

SKU 167-14-2
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Original price $119.00 - Original price $119.00
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$119.00
$119.00 - $119.00
Current price $119.00
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Single Swing Side Pulley Sheave 100mm

This stainless steel swing side snatch block features a lightweight 100 mm diameter deep groove aluminum sheave, with stainless steel plates that swing open to install rope.

Sintered bronze bushing on stainless steel shaft provides 98% efficiency.

It is useful to deviate the winching direction or for doubling the pulling force when the load is in place.

Use the steel locking carabiners to anchor to a polyester sling.

Ideal rope diameter: 12 mm.

SPECIFICATIONS

Minimum Breaking Load (metric) : 90 kN (9185 kg)
Working Load Limit (metric) : N/A
Material : Sides: Stainless steel. Sheave: Aluminum

WEIGHT & DIMENSIONS

Weight (metric) : 1,24 kg
Diameter (metric) : 100 mm
Length (metric) : 27 cm
Width (metric) : 14 cm
Height (metric) : 14 cm

ROPE

Minimum diameter (metric) : 6 mm
Maximum diameter (metric) : 12 mm

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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