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  • Petzl Petzl Nano Traxion Pulley
  • Petzl Petzl Nano Traxion Pulley
  • Petzl Petzl Nano Traxion Pulley

Petzl Nano Traxion Pulley

C$129.99
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High-efficiency, ultra-lightweight progress-capture pulley

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The Petzl Nano Traxion is an ultra-lightweight (53 g) and compact progress-capture pulley designed for tactical operations and rescue. Sealed ball bearings provide excellent efficiency (91 %).

 

Petzl Nano Traxion Features: 

  • Ultra-light and compact:
    - only 53 g
    - very compact
    - hole allows a Sm’D carabiner to be connected to the pulley with a cord, making the device loss-proof
  • Designed for rescue
  • High efficiency:
    - sealed ball bearings provide excellent efficiency (91 %)
    - works even on frozen or muddy ropes
    - for use on 7 to 11 mm diameter ropes
    - rope installation diagrams engraved inside the pulley

 

Specs: 

  • Weight: 53 g
  • Certification(s): CE EN 567, UIAA
  • Min. rope diameter: 7 mm
  • Max. rope diameter: 11 mm
  • Sheave type: sealed ball bearings
  • Sheave diameter: 15 mm
  • Breaking strength: 2 x 7,5 = 15 kN
  • Breaking strength as progress capture pulley: 4 kN
  • Efficiency: 91 %

 

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The rating of this product is 5 out of 5

Sean Isaac |

The new Nano Traxion by @petzl_official is the latest in an evolution of their progress capture pulley devices. It is small, light and simple meaning that it will now live on my harness for rock, ice and alpine climbing. In the early 2000s, I had the Mini Traxion which was great for big wall hauling but was too chonker to carry for glacier travel or free climbing. Then in the 2010s, the Micro Traxion came out and I began always carrying it on glaciers for potential crevasse rescue, since it offered mechanical advantage, progress capture and rope ascension in one small unit. However, I still felt it was a bit too big to bring rock or ice climbing, especially since most cliff rope rescue scenarios are more descent focused. Finally, I now feel good about having the new Nano Traxion as a permanent fixture on the back of my harness for multi pitch rock and ice due to its diminutive, compact size. Now I will always be equipped for easy rope ascension, pack hauling or low-friction rescue raises.

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