STEIN SCORPIUS ACR-16 – 200m (Boxed)
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STEIN SCORPIUS ACR-16 – 200m Climbing Line Boxed
STEIN SCORPIUS ACR-16 is a 16-Strand low stretch Kernmantle climbing line with excellent knot-holding capability and fully splicable.
SCORPIUS ACR-16 was designed as a traditional 16-strand climbing line with a diameter of 12.4mm. The durable 16 plait Polyester cover has an easy-grip supple feel whilst maintaining a maximum firmness; works exceptionally well with both traditional Friction Hitches and modern Mechanical Friction Devices used predominantly used in DRT climbing systems (double rope technique).
CE certified in the UK in accordance with EN1891 (Type “A”)
- 16-Strand Kernmantle Construction
- 12.4mm Diameter
- Easy-grip supple feel
- Excellent knot-holding capability
- Excellent abrasion resistance
- Controlled Extension
- Protective coating
- Serial numbered terminations
Failure to follow the rope care guidelines issued with the rope outlining the correct use and care may give rise to a situation that could endanger the user’s life. The manufacturer cannot be liable for the abuse or misuse of safety equipment. All risk is the responsibility of the user. A copy of the rope care guidelines can be downloaded from our website (see download section)
Before use, a detailed risk assessment must be carried out by a competent person to establish that this is the correct product suitable for the type of work being undertaken; your anchor point conforms to industry standards and meets the requirements of CE EN795 (B), potential fall distance, obstructions, and rescue systems have been addressed. Purchasers and users should seek professional training from a fully qualified and competent instructor prior to engaging in any activity using this equipment. If you are not able, or not in a position to assume this responsibility, do not use this product. The manufacturer its distributors and retailers do not accept any liability if users do not follow the instructions correctly. Prior to each use a complete risk assessment must be carried out to ascertain that this product configures with and is appropriate to the work being undertaken.