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Petzl ASAP Lock – Available 2014

Further to our post last week about a new Petzl ASAP which has just been shown at the IRATA meeting in Las Vegas, we are pleased to give you the first glimpse of the Petzl ASAP Lock Fall Arrester:

Petzl ASAP Lock Fall Arrester

The ASAP Lock is based around the very popular Petzl ASAP fall arrest device featuring a toothed wheel which allows the device to run up and down the rope without manual interference. If the device is shockloaded or gains too much inertia (such as during a mainline failure), the wheel locks on the rope arresting the fall of the user. The ASAP can be used with or without a tear out lanyard and has a connection arm offering a semi-permanent connection, helping minimise the risk of dropping the device when putting it on / removing it from the rope.

Close-up image of Lock on Petzl ASAP Lock Fall Arrester Device


Mobile fall arrester with locking function for difficult access.

The ASAP LOCK mobile fall arrester is designed to facilitate manipulations during rope ascents.

Weight: 425 g.
Certifications: CE EN 353-2, CE EN 12841 type A.

The locking function of the ASAP LOCK immobilizes the fall arrester on the rope, reducing the length of the fall

The connection arm of the ASAP LOCK makes the system drop-proof when passing intermediate anchors.

More information to follow!

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New Petzl ASAP Back-up Devices for 2014…

Abaris International are pleased to inform Petzl fans and those looking for a great back-up device that news of a new range of Petzl ASAPs was released at the IRATA meeting in Las Vegas recently. Exact details are not yet available but the devices are due to be released in 2014 and we are sure that there will have been some design changes which will appease all those who have minor gripes about the current version of the ASAP.

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