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Self-braking descender with anti-panic function for lowering from an anchor

Petzl  I'D Evac

Petzl I'D® Evac

:: Specifications

  • Material(s): aluminum, steel, nylon
  • Weight: 615 g
  • Maximum working load for one person: 150 kg
  • Maximum working load for two persons (rescue): 250 kg
  • Certification(s): EN 341 type 2 class A, CE EN 12841 type C, ANSI Z359.4, NFPA 1983 Technical Use, EAC - EN 341 type 2 class A when used with a PARALLEL 10.5 mm or AXIS 11 mm rope - EN 12841 type C when used with a 10 to 11.5 mm EN 1891 A rope - ANSI Z359.4 when used with a 10 to 11.5 mm rope - NFPA 1983 Technical Use when used with a 10 to 11.5 mm rope

:: Features

  • Safety gate on the moving side plate allows the rope to be installed easily while the device remains connected to the anchor
  • Easy rope installation, thanks to the rope guide and markings
  • Anti-error catch to reduce the risk of an accident due to incorrect installation of the device on the rope
  • Ergonomic handle allows the rope to be released and enables comfortable control of the descent. Two possible descent modes: on the side plate or in the V-shaped friction channel. The handle is specifically oriented for managing a load from the anchor
  • Anti-panic function automatically stops the descent if the user pulls too hard on the handle.
  • The AUTO-LOCK system allows the rope to be automatically locked without having to manipulate the handle or tie off the device. The automatic return system on the handle limits the risk of the device getting accidentally snagged
  • Handle automatically switches to storage position when the rope is removed from the device, reducing the risk of accidental snagging when the descender is carried on the harness
  • - once locked, the rope can be taken up without having to manipulate the handle, allowing the user to make a reversible haul system
  • The moving side-plate can be locked shut with a screw, allowing the I'D EVAC to be integrated into evacuation kits
  • Open auxiliary brake allows the user to increase the friction in accordance with the weight of the load and the rope diameter, and to install or release a rope at any time

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