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WORK 2016


Sterling :: WORK Arbor Catalog 2016


Contents

Climbing Lines | p. 4 Rigging Lines | p. 8

Kits & Systems | p. 22 Tree Pulling Kit™ Pocket Hauler™

Cordage | p. 10

AZTEK™ Arbor System PDQ System/R&R Kit™

Lanyards & Fliplines Friction Hitch Cords Sewn Cords Accessory/Prusik Cords

Webbing | p. 14

Bucket Evac Kit

Bags & Accessories | p. 28 Rope Bag with Tarp Rope Bags Rope Tarp Plus

Sewn Webbing Bulk Webbing

Rope Wash

Tech Specs | p. 29

Hardware | p. 18 Ropes Pulleys Carabiners Rigging Snaphooks

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Hardware Cordage & Webbing Arbor Hitch Testing Summary


We are Sterling. We are innovators, engineers and entrepreneurs. We design and produce the world’s FInest and most durable ropes, hardware and gear. We enable hard-working tree care professionals to confront challenging conditions and get the job done properly.

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Sterling & North American Training Solutions (NATS) :: A Trusted Collaboration

14 trainers / 48 states / Learn more at natstraining.com

Travis Morales

Glen Peronni

Rick Denbeau

Mike Dirksen

Phil Kelley

Sam Kezar

Warren Williams

Glen Wilson

For the past several decades we’ve been working closely with the professionals who rely on our products for their lives and livelihoods, day in and day out. Developing highly functional and reliable tools requires understanding the real-world conditions arborists encounter on the work site. Numbers on a spec chart are only part of the equation. How a rope feels, reacts and lasts through many rough jobs is the real measure of our products’ quality and longevity.

NATS is a new and critical part of Sterling’s product development team. To help answer these questions, we turn to the experts; we turn to the instructors at North American Training Solutions. Composed of the most knowledgeable and experienced individuals in the tree care industry, with more than 200 years of combined work experience between them, NATS is a new and critical part of Sterling’s product development team. NATS instructors train arborists on all elements of proper tree work, equipment usage, safety and best practices when working on diverse and challenging job sites. The vast experience and wide range of conditions NATS instructors face make them the ideal partners to help Sterling develop new and better products, to test solutions on the job and to give us their unvarnished feedback. Ed Carpenter :: Owner & Lead Instructor, North American Training Solutions sterlingrope.com

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Climbing Lines

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Our climbing lines are designed from the ground up to meet the specific needs of arborists. Extremely durable and offered in ideal diameters for a wide range of applications, the family of climbing lines work in most climbing/access systems, such as Stationary Rope Technique (SRT) and Moving Rope Technique (DdRT). Sterling’s climbing lines are available with sewn terminations.


New

Scion™

11.5 mm

Our newest, fully certified addition to the climbing line roster, the Scion Climbing Line’s burly construction and ability to absorb dynamic forces makes this rope ideal for Doubled Rope Technique (DdRT) and Single Rope Technique (SRT). Based off the construction of the popular Tendril, the 11.5 mm Scion has a polyester 24-strand cover and double-braided construction, engineered to have decreased elongation, soft handling and easy knotability. This rope has a tight, durable sheath that can handle mechanical devices and hardware. The Scion is hand spliceable and available with sewn terminations. Meets EN 1891 type A and ANSI Z133 requirements. Colors

Blue | also in orange.

Lengths

37, 46, 61, 183 M

Tendril™

11.1 mm

This is our soup to nuts, low stretch arborist rope that excels as a positioning or access line. The Tendril’s polyester sheath and double-braided construction delivers uncompromising strength to this 11.1 mm line, no matter if the conditions are wet or dry. This lightweight, abrasion-resistant line has low elongation and a soft, balanced handling giving it a less stiff feel. Easy to grip with bare or gloved hands, the Tendril runs smoothly with friction hitches or mechanical devices, and resists flattening or glazing throughout heavy use. Available with sewn terminations. Meets ANSI Z133 certifications. Colors Orange | also in green. Lengths 37, 46, 61, 183 M

Tech11™

11.0 mm

Designed with the rigors of tree work in mind, the Tech11 is constructed with a Technora® sheath and nylon core. In extensive field testing, Tech11 has been exposed to some of the roughest, most extreme conditions, yet has been consistently rated as the most durable rope available for DdRT and SRT systems, which means it can keep working long after other ropes would be retired.

Nylon

Technora

Color Tan Lengths 61, 200 M

Tech11 :: A Category of Its Own The Sterling Tech11 has quickly become the gold standard for multipurpose climbing lines for use in the toughest conditions. With extensive use of aramid fibers in the sheath and its kernmantle construction, the Tech11 has been designed to be the only arbor rope that is both high heat and abrasion resistant and won’t glaze.

Tech Specs on p. 29

Many arborists and industrial workers have praised the technological and functional superiority of the Tech11 and its amazingly resilient Technora sheath construction. In extensive field testing over thousands of man hours of real-world use, NATS instructors and their students have reported that Tech11 outlasts other climbing ropes, offering between 3 and 4 times longer service life.

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9 mm HTP™ The 9 mm HTP is a go-to-static rope when you need high strength and low elongation in a lightweight package. Ideal as a super lightweight access line, the 100% polyester line is highly efficient for ascending. Colors

Neon Green | also in blue, black and white.

Lengths 46, 61, 92, 183, 200 M

3/8" HTP

10.0 mm

Occupying the 3/8" (10 mm) sweet spot, this 100% polyester rope has a kernmantle construction and is substantial enough to handle a variety of tasks, including ascension and rappelling due to its durable tight sheath and firm hand. Available in bicolor as an added safety measure for climbing in an SRT system. Colors

White | also in red, blue, neon green, black, yellow,

orange, bicolor neon green and bicolor blue.

Lengths 46, 61, 92, 183, 200 M

7/16" HTP

11.0 mm

We engineered our 7/16" HTP static rope to include just the right amount of stiffness for improved SRT work and access. Low stretch properties and high moisture resistance allow the 7/16" to operate consistently in wet and dry conditions. Also available in our bicolor pattern as an added safety measure for climbing in SRT systems. Colors

Bicolor Blue | also in neon green, black, orange,

red, yellow, blue and bicolor neon green.

Lengths

46, 61, 92, 183, 200 M

Sewn Terminations Sterling was the first company to offer sewn terminations in the US rope market as an alternative to hand splices. Through extensive testing on stitching characteristics and tack patterns, Sterling has an ISO-9001 certified computerized sewing program that

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makes sewn terminations stronger than knots and eliminates the need for tying them. We offer optional end terminations on all arbor climbing and rigging lines in both tight eyes as well as large sewn eyes for all climbing and rigging applications.

Tech Specs on p. 29


9 mm SafetyPro™ Manufactured to meet the demands of arborist and rescue professionals, the 9 mm SafetyPro has a balanced kernmantle construction and is ideal as a lightweight access line into the canopy. Certified to EN 1891. Colors

Red | also in blue, black and white.

Lengths 50, 61, 92, 183, 200 M

10 mm SafetyPro The 10 mm version of the SafetyPro is 100% nylon kernmantle construction. Its balanced handling and low elongation offer compatibility with hardware and other mechanical devices. Certified to EN 1891. Colors

Blue | also in red, black and white.

Lengths 50, 61, 92, 183, 200 M

10.5 mm SafetyPro The SafetyPro 10.5 mm has a tight sheath and excellent abrasion resistance. Good for SRT systems and for access that requires a balance of lightweight and durability. Certified to EN 1891. Colors

White | also in blue, black and red.

Lengths 50, 61, 92, 183, 200 M

11 mm SafetyPro A workhorse climbing line, the 11 mm offers a durable tight sheath that allows the rope to run smoothly through gear. A technical work and access line, it’s manufactured to meet the EN 1891, Type A standard and also passes ANSI Z133. Colors

Yellow | also in white, blue, black and red.

Lengths 50, 61, 92, 183, 200 M

Tech Specs on p. 30

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Rigging Lines

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Sterling’s rigging lines are built for the toughest rigging and hauling jobs. Constructed to deliver high strength and durability, our lines run smoothly through gear and offer different characteristics to cover all your rigging needs.


Atlas™

13.5 mm

Strength and durability are paramount in this beefy rope. At 9/16," constructed with a polyester cover and nylon core, the Atlas is able to absorb large dynamic forces. The Atlas is different than other double braid rigging lines: it has a 32-strand cover, which helps create a highly durable rope that is less susceptible to picking. Because of the combo of its material, construction, soft handling and easy knotability, this line might be the most practical addition to your kit for rigging application. Works with a Port-a-wrap, capstan winch or rigging blocks. The Atlas can be ordered with a sewn eye termination for knotless rigging. Certified to ANSI Z133.1 Colors

Yellow | also in blue.

Lengths 150, 200, 600 Ft

1/2" HTP

12.5 mm

The 100% polyester kernmantle construction provides extremely low elongation, which makes this rope the top choice for haul systems. Used in our Tree Pulling Kit™ (see p. 23), its strength and durability make it a great choice for specialized rigging, speed lines and hauling applications. Colors

Blue | also in yellow, neon green, orange, black, white and red.

Lengths 46, 61, 92, 183, 200 M

5/8" HTP

15.9 mm

The 5/8" HTP is your go-to for your biggest haul jobs. With an MBS of nearly 13,000 lbs, a 100% polyester kernmantle construction and a tight-braided sheath, the 5/8" is strong and durable enough to handle all your toughest rigging jobs. Colors

Orange | also in blue and white.

Lengths 46, 50, 61, 92, 183, 200 M

Tech Specs on p. 30

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Cordage

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At the core of a working arborist’s tool kit, our cordage products perform all manner of specialized tasks. From hauling, climbing and positioning procedures, our webbing and cordage products are designed for ease of use over a wide variety of tasks and meant to be every bit as strong, reliable and trusted as any product bearing the Sterling name.


Lanyards & Fliplines Ultimate Positioning (UP) Lanyard™

C. E.

D.

A.

F.

B.

G.

Versatile innovation: the UP Lanyard is a true work positioning system for today’s arborist. This adjustable lanyard is applicable to many work situation and numerous connection options that allow for two-in-one positioning, one-handed operation of tending slack, “M” system configuration or single leg up of a bridge. We constructed this lanyard with TriTech™ flipline, which has superb abrasion resistance and nonconductive properties and features a unique nested construction of a Technora® cover over a Dyneema® jacket around a nylon core. The Ultimate Positioning Lanyard comes complete with the following items: A. TriTech™ Lanyard (12' and 16') B. 8 mm RIT Thimble Prusik C. 8 mm RIT Eye and Eye D. ISC Micro Pulley E. Osprey™ AL Carabiner F. 8 mm RIT Bound Loop Prusik G. (2) Falcon™ Autolock with Talon™

Customize Your Flipline All of our fliplines come standard with sewn eye terminations. Further customize your flipline by requesting integrated hardware from the factory. Hardware options include:

Tech11 Flipline

TriTech Flipline

Designed with rigors of tree work in mind, the Tech11 is an 11 mm rope constructed with a Technora® sheath and nylon core. When used as a flipline, it offers great abrasion resistance, incredible durability and security. It has been exposed to some of the roughest conditions by rope access, fire rescue and arboriculture professionals. Shown with optional Triple Action Snaphook.

This 11 mm rope features our unique Technora® sheath, Dyneema® inner jacket and nylon cores. By combining the abrasion resistant sheath over a high strength inner jacket and pliable core, we have created a flipline that is strong and durable, yet still supple enough to move and position easily. 12' and 16' lengths available.

10' and 12' lengths available are available.

12' and 16' lengths available.

Tech Specs on p. 31

Triple Action Snaphook

ISC Steel Snaphook

ANSI Steel Snaphook

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Friction Hitch Cords

RIT 8 mm Eye and Eye

RIT 9 mm Eye and Eye

The RIT 8 mm Eye and Eye is made from the high performing, heat resistant RIT 500 cord. It has a firmer, tight Aramid sheath for superior durability and is non-glazing. Extensively field tested by professional arborists, the RIT 8 mm Eye and Eye provides even and consistent friction in a wide variety of hitches. Meets ANSI Z133.

The 9 mm has a softer feel than the 8 mm Eye and Eye but offers the same durablility and consistent performance. The 9 mm is a 24-strand polycore construction made with high performing, heat resistant Aramid. These cords provide even and consistent performance for a wide variety of hitches. Meets ANSI Z133.

RIT 8 mm Eye and Eye is available

in 28," 30," 32" and 36" lengths.

RIT 9 mm Eye and Eye is offered

in 28," 30" and 32" lengths.

Sewn Cords

RIT Footlock Sling

RIT MultiSling Prusik

AR Anchor

Rope Rod™

The RIT Footlock Prusik makes use of our RIT 8 mm construction to create a prusik soft enough to bite down when hitched, but firm enough to advance easily while ascending during secure footlocking. Twaron® fibers offer abrasion resistance and durability while minimizing glazing. Available in 54" or 58" lengths.

Sterling’s RIT MultiSling Prusik combines our 10 mm SafetyPro lanyard and our RIT 500 bound loop Prusik with an aluminum ring. An optimal blend of heat resistant and high energy absorption, our Multisling can be used as a footloop in an SRT Access system, as a redirect, or even as an ANSI-rated anchor point.

A powerful combination of our HTP Ring Sling and our RIT Ring Bound Loop Prusik, the AR Anchor allows quick adjustments when used as a primary anchor point by moving the RIT Ring Bound Loop Prusik along the Ring Sling. Because of the different sized rings, you can retrieve the entire system once back on the ground.

The Rope Rod is designed to be used as a tether with a Rope Wrench. Triple layer Technora® and computerized stitching make it stiff for advancing the wrench up the rope in single line arbor work.

Customizable lengths are

Available in 54" or 58" lengths. Customizable lengths are available upon request.

Available in a 60" length. HTP Ring Sling also sold separately.

available upon request.

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Tech Specs on p. 31


Thimble Prusik

RIT Bound Loop Prusik

8 mm Bound Loop Prusik

This unique prusik uses RIT 500 construction with a Twaron速 sheath and nylon core for excellent heat resistance. The steel thimble offers a clean connection point and provides numerous options for adjustable anchors or connections.

Sterling created the bound loop prusik over 14 years ago as an innovative answer to bulky knots. Our RIT 8 mm and 9 mm Bound Loop Prusiks are the latest extension of that product and offer arborists durable, versatile tools for rigging, climbing and lanyard adjustment.

The Bound Loop Prusik does away with bulky, time-consuming knots with its pre-sewn loop construction. Made from 8 mm sewn cord, the Bound Loop Prusik comes in various lengths to meet your specific needs.

Available in a 13" length.

Available in a 16" length.

8 mm RIT Bound Loop Prusik with ring

Accessory/Prusik Cords Diameter (mm)

1.5 2

2.75

Black

Black/Yellow

Blue

Red

Black

Blue

Yellow

Olive Drab

Green

Black

Blue

Yellow

Purple

Orange

Black

Purple

Yellow

Olive Drab

Green

Black

Blue

Orange

Woodland Camo

Green

Black

Blue

Desert Camo

Woodland Camo

Orange

Red

Black

Blue

Desert Camo

Woodland Camo

Orange

Red

Black

Blue

Desert Camo

Woodland Camo

Orange

Yellow

Black

Blue

Red

Teal

Orange

Purple

Black

Blue

Red

Yellow

Olive Drab

3

4

5

6 Yellow

Green

7

8

9

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Webbing

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Light, flexible and incredibly strong, our webbing is available in many types and boasts massive MBS figures for all manner of heavy hauling work. Our sewn webbing products such as the innovative BARC™ and Chain Reactor™ are go-to tools for arborists tackling nearly any job.


Sewn Webbing

BARC™

8.5' 5'

The basal anchor rigging chain has an alter ego: the big ass rigging chain. However you refer to it, the BARC still encompasses uncompromised strength and durability. Based on the design of the Chain Reactor, we designed the BARC with full-strength individual loops, which allows you an adjustable chain that’s strong at any length. Ideally used as a basal anchor or canopy anchor, or for lowering or knotless rigging, the BARC is made with 1" T9800 nylon webbing, has an MBS of 6,182 lbs, while each individual loop has a strength of 10,000 lbs and is available in 5' and 8.5' lengths. Depending on the length of chain, they can accommodate trees anywhere from 19" to 32," respectively.  Works well with a Port-a-wrap or other friction brake lowering devices. Colors | Red/Blue (8.5'), Yellow/Blue (5')

Chain Reactor™ Not your traditional sewn daisy chain, the Chain Reactor is a multi-functional daisy chain designed with full-strength loops. The Chain Reactor is ideal as a redirect in SRT work positioning, choking multiple branches, or knotless rigging. The Chain Reactor comes in a Standard construction or Pro construction, which has a doubled tether connection. The long has four additional loops. Standard: 41" length Colors

Red, Neon Green, Blue or Black

Long:

61.5" length (four additional loops)

Colors

Red or Neon Green

Standard: 41" Blue

Long: 61.5" Red

Rabbit Runner Features sewn eyes on each end for specialty rigging applications such as extending anchors and can be used in a basket or choked configuration. Rated for life-safety applications and available in 4,' 6' and 8' lengths.

Tech Specs on p. 31

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Yellow (10 mm only) Black

Blue (12 mm)

Orange

1" Flat Nylon Sling

Dyneema速 Sling

These heavy duty loop slings are great when you need a high strength and super durable anchor. The 1" flat industrial strength webbing is sewn into a 10,000 lb+ sling to give a 1000 lb SWL. Great for knotless rigging, basal anchor setups, and any hauling application that requires a heavy duty anchor strap. Rated for life-safety applications.

Dyneema slings offer significant performance advantages over traditional runners. They are lightweight, have high abrasion resistance, are extremely strong, and resist moisture. These slings have an MBS of over 5,000 lbs and are CE certified to EN 566. Available in 10 mm and 12 mm versions.

Available in 4,' 6,' 8' and 10' lengths.

11/16" Nylon Sling

Blue

These slings offer an exceptional strength-toweight ratio and can be used for a wide variety of tasks. Ideal for ascender slings, lightweight redirect anchors, or for tool tethers. Our slings are made with high quality webbing and sewn with computerized bar tacking programs for consistency and high strength. Rated for lifesafety applications. CE certified to EN 566.

Red

Black

Silver

Available in 12," 24," 30" and 48" lengths. MBS | 5,170 lbs (23 kN)

1" Tubular Nylon Sling Orange

Manufactured with 1" Mil Spec webbing for high strength and durability in a compact size. These loop slings are extremely versatile and can be used for a variety of rigging applications. Rated for life-safety applications. CE certified to EN 566.

Red

Black

Blue

Available in 12", 24", 30" and 48" lengths. MBS | 5,170 lbs (23 kN)

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Tech Specs on p. 31

Yellow


Bulk Webbingified EN 1891. 11/16" Tubular

1" Type 18 Flat // 1" 9800 Flat

Premium nylon tubular webbing features high tensile strength in a thinner web. Great for use in slings. The 11/16" has an MBS of 3,000 lbs.

Both the Type 18 and 9800 webbing are ultra high tensile webbing with maximum durability. Type 18 has a 6000 lb MBS, and the 9800 has a 9800 lb break strength. Great for slings, high strength runners and anchors.

Silver

Blue

Red

Green

Black

1" TechTape™

1" Mil-Spec

TechTape is our premium 1" nylon webbing and features a smooth, denser weave. The 1" TechTape has an MBS of 4,000 lbs.

The standard in 1" tubular nylon webbing is favored for its versatility and use in slings, anchor systems, and hasty harnesses. Sterling’s webbing offers exceptional abrasion resistance and excellent knotability. The 1" Mil-Spec webbing has an MBS of 4,000 lbs.

Purple

Blue

Yellow

Coyote Brown

Tan

Silver

Green

Purple

Green

Orange

Black

Yellow

Blue

Red

Olive Drab

Coyote Brown

Black

Red

Orange

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Hardware

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Arbor work requires precise integration between tools and equipment of different types and places huge strains and wear on all equipment. Twenty years of producing the most innovative, highest quality and best performing life safety rope and cord gives us unique insight into hardware design, construction and compatibility. Using only the highest quality materials, and designed with extensive feedback from professional tree workers, Sterling’s hardware is manufactured with precision to yield products with exceptional performance.


Pulleysed EN 1891. Sterling pulleys are constructed from high-strength materials optimized for smooth operations and long life.

SR PMP

Micro Pulley

MSP

The Micro Pulley is a CE certified, lightweight aluminum pulley that accommodate ropes up to 11 mm.

SR PMP2

Prusik Minding Single Pulley // Prusik Minding Double Pulley

MDP

Mini Single Pulley // Mini Double Pulley

SR Rescue Pulley

Our small aluminum pulleys are strong and lightweight, making them ideal for mini haul systems. Both single and double versions are compatible with ropes up to 11 mm in diameter. Certified to CE EN 12278.

The SR Rescue Pulley is compatible with ropes up to 13 mm and works great where a simple redirect is needed.

Prusik-minding pulleys are extremely high-strength and ideal for use in haul systems. They are efficient for progress capture and compatible with ropes up to 13 mm in diameter.

New Pico™ Double Pulley AZTEK™ Omni Blocks Built for our AZTEK System and each machined from a solid block of high strength aluminum, Omni Blocks are engineered to handle high loads. The swivel eye connection eliminates twisting of the rope and can accommodate up to three carabiners. Each block is a different color to ensure differentiation during operation.

Tech Specs on p. 31

Compatible with ropes up to 8.5 mm, the Pico weighs only 3.3 oz. Featuring sealed ball bearings for the highest possible efficiency and prusik-minding capability for progress capture.

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Carabiners Note: All aluminum and steel autolocking carabiners are certified to meet ANSI Z133. Sterling Eagle, Falcon, Osprey, Hawk and Steel carabiners are certified to CE EN 12275. The SafeD and Steel Carabiners are certified to NFPA 1983; 2012.

Steel Made with beefy high-strength steel, this carabiner has a key-lock design and wide gate opening. Meets the following standards: NFPA 1983 General Use, EN 12275 and ANSI Z359 standards. Available in Screwlock or Autolock.

Osprey™ Our oval-shaped carabiner, the Osprey is made with a high-quality, durable aluminum, with smooth gate and sleeve action and key lock design. Available in Screwlock or Autolock.

Eagle™ Our largest pear-shaped carabiner. Made with high-quality aluminum and a superb gate and sleeve action, the key lock nose construction keeps the carabiner from snagging on gear or the rope. Available in Screwlock or Autolock.

Hawk™ The asymmetrical D-shaped Hawk carabiner uses the same high-quality aluminum and key lock design as our Osprey, Falcon and Eagle for excellent strength and easy use. Available in Screwlock or Autolock.

Falcon™/Falcon Talon™ The Falcon comes in a compact pear shape, smaller than the Eagle. The Falcon with Talon’s wire gate captive-eye feature clutches the belay loop to reduce the risk of cross loading. Available in Screwlock or Autolock.

SafeD™ The SafeD carabiner is made from lightweight aluminum and features a removable captive eye pin allowing a rope with a sewn eye to be attached to it at any time. Available in Twistlock or Autolock. Safe-D is certified to NFPA 1983; 2012.

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Tech Specs on p. 31


Rigging ATS™ Device A versatile, light and strong rigging and descent control device. The curved frame allows the ATS to be positioned so that the top wear bar can alternately increase or decrease friction, accommodating a wider range of ropes for single or double rope rappelling techniques. A heat-rated grommet insert keeps the device oriented correctly and helps prevent cross-loading of your carabiner. Available in anodized green finish and compatible with ropes ranging from 7.5 mm–11.2 mm.

SR Rig Plate

SR R8™

SR Swivel

Designed to easily organize your work area and provide multiple anchor points. Made from 6061-T6 aluminum with 5 teardropshaped connection holes that help center carabiners within each hole and keep multiple carabiners from overcrowding a central spot.

A perfect tool for aerial rigging, our R8 is larger than a standard figure 8, which helps the device dissipate heat and work more effectively with larger diameter ropes.

Eliminates line twisting when positioned between the rope and the load. A high strength stainless steel axle and sealed ball bearings will keep the swivel operating smoothly for years and help to achieve a massive 36 kN rating.

SnaphooksN 1891. ISC’s double and triple action snaphooks require separate actions to open, perfect for use on fliplines in tree work.

New ANSI Steel

Tech Specs on p. 31

ISC Steel

Triple Action

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Kits & Systems

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Quality components are the backbone of any kit or system, and Sterling has been making the best for over 20 years. However, simply having good pieces is not enough, they need to be thoughtfully integrated together to ensure that they function as a complete package. That’s why our in-house experts devote so much time to selecting what goes into each of our packages and our cadre of professional field testers put each kit and system through its paces. Before we release a new kit or system for use in real-world arbor situations, each has been used, abused, refined and tested until it’s the best it can be.


Tree Pulling Kit™ MBS* (lbs/kN)

Suggested Uses

5,418/24.1

• Speedline Tensioning • Heavy lifting and hauling operations

A mechanical advantage kit for the biggest jobs. Stocked with components ideal for setting up tree felling operations or speed lines, or simply tensioning lines, this progress-capturing system handles burly rigging operations where you need the most power on your side. Configure the components to accomplish a 3:1, 4:1 or 5:1 mechanical advantage with quick precision, and get the job done.

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B.

E. F.

Kit Includes A. RIT 9 mm Eye and Eye (36") D.

B. RIT 9 mm Bound Loop Prusik (16") C. (2) Steel AL carabiners D. (2) SR PMP2 pulleys E. 150' of 1/2" HTP F. Rope bag Basic Tree Pulling Kit is available with cord and hardware only.

A.

*MBS values on kits and systems vary by components and usage. Values represent the lowest MBS of the constituent components listed.

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Pocket Hauler MBS* (lbs/kN)

Suggested uses

2,810/12.5

• Lifting and hauling operations • Cabling and bracing operations • Aerial rescue

Don’t be fooled by the Pocket Hauler’s compact appearance. With our low-stretch 8 mm AZTEK™ cord with an MBS of 3400 lbs, this pocket-sized kit is ideal for lightweight-duty tree felling, rigging, positioning, rescue system or structuring cabling and can be set up as a 4:1 or 5:1. Also useful for adjusting directionals, tension lines and piggy-backing hauling systems.

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B. E.

D.

Kit Includes: A. (2) SR Mini-double pulleys B. 50' of 8 mm AZTEK™ Cord with sewn eye  C. (2) Hawk™ Autolock Carabiners D. 11" 6 mm sewn ratchet prusik

C.

E. 8 mm Screwlink (Bag not shown)

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*MBS values on kits and systems vary by components and usage. Values represent the lowest MBS of the constituent components listed.


AZTEK™ Arbor System MBS* (lbs/kN)

Suggested uses

8,093/36

• Lightweight rigging and positioning • Cabling and bracing • Aerial rescue

A unique, multi-directional kit designed for the arborist working alone or as a team, the AZTEK is a powerful but simple tool for efficient, powerful mechanical advantage rigging. This system is ideal for lightweight-duty, structural cabling or aerial rescue, and has unique swivel components (the AZTEK Omni Block pulleys) that keep loads oriented correctly when tensioned. This system is easily transported or swapped between arborists at a work site thanks to its accessible pouch-style carry case. The AZTEK is certified to NFPA 1983:2012 General Use (with steel carabiners).

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C.

E.

B.

System includes: A. (2) AZTEK™ Omni Block swivel pulleys B. 50' of 8 mm AZTEK Cord C. (2) 6 mm sewn ratchet prusiks D. (3) Sterling Falcon™ carabiners D.

E. AZTEK carrying bag Standard system contains yellow AZTEK Cord. Also available in blue or black options.

*MBS values on kits and systems vary by components and usage. Values represent the lowest MBS of the constituent components listed.

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PDQ System/R&R Kit MBS* (lbs/kN)

Suggested uses

3,147/14

• Self/partner rescue  • Victim pickoff 

The PDQ is Sterling’s lightweight self-rescue system for use in all work-at-height environments. The CNC-machined PDQ descent-control device and heat-resistant Technora rope form the core of this system and help keep the system’s total weight at under 10 lbs, while achieving a user rating of up to 310 lbs. The fully-assembled kit comes ready for deployment and its slim profile means it can be stored compactly until needed. The PDQ System is ANSI Z359.4 certified.

PDQ System Includes: A.

A. (2) ANSI certified carabiners B. 6 mm XTEC™ Technora rope with sewn eye termination (available in 100 M or 160 M) C. PDQ device w/ anti-panic feature D. Waterproof storage bag

B. E.

F.

Optional R&R Kit:

D.

E. (2) wire anchor slings F. 24" 11/16" Nylon Sling G. (3) Osprey™ Oval Carabiners H. (2) Micro Pulleys

C.

G.

H.

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The addition of the R&R kit converts the PDQ to a mechanical advantage system that can be used for smooth, efficient and reliable victim pickoff and multidirectional transfer procedures.

*MBS values on kits and systems vary by components and usage. Values represent the lowest MBS of the constituent components listed.


Bucket Evac Kit MBS* (lbs/kN)

Suggested uses

2,922/13

• Self-rescue • Emergency lowering

The Bucket Evac Kit is a compact, emergency egress system beneficial for utility personnel or arborists working alone in a lift. Designed to efficiently and safely reach the ground from an aerial lift, this kit is small and low-profile enough to be stored in the bucket. This kit features the intuitive F3,™ our small, lightweight decent control device that has an auto brake and anti-panic feature. When paired with the 6.8 mm TVAC™ high tenacity Technora® fiber cord, this kit provides speedy evacuation when you need it most.

D.

E.

C.

A.

This kit includes: A. F3™ Decent Control Device B.

B. SafeD™ AL carabiner C. 75' of 6.8 mm TVAC™ D. Double Action ANSI Steel Snaphook E. Weather-resistant storage bag

*MBS values on kits and systems vary by components and usage. Values represent the lowest MBS of the constituent components listed.

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Bags & Accessories

Rope Bag with Tarp

Rope Bags

The Sterling rope bag is designed to hold a 60 M of 11.5 mm diameter rope and features a padded shoulder strap, pull tabs on each end for when you stuff it into a pack, and releasable buckles with adjustable tightening straps to keep your rope tight. Inside the bag there is a rope tarp that is held in place by Velcro and a small internal pocket to hold your keys, cell phone, etc.

Made of durable nylon, these rope bags come equipped with top handles, a bottom that’s grommeted for drainage, a clear front pocket and adjustable shoulder straps on the medium and large sizes. Size (Color) from left to right: Small (Yellow), Medium (Orange), Large (Red).

Size

Volume (L) 17

200 (of 3/8" dia.)

Medium

31

200 (of 1/2" dia.)

Large

45

400 (of 1/2" dia.)

Rope Tarp Plus

Rope Wash

Keep your rope clean with the Rope Tarp Plus. Constructed from a durable ripstop nylon, an oversized pocket allows you to slide in a flaked rope as well as shoes and a harness to easily transport your essentials to the work site.

Proper care extends a rope’s life expectancy and cleaning is a major component of care. Our biodegradable technical wash is available in a pre-packaged, .83 fl. oz. shot and provides enough to clean one rope. Available as box of 20.

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Rope Capacity (Ft)

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Tech Specs Climbing Lines Scion™

HTP™

Scion Certified to EN 1981 Type A and ANSI Z133

HTP 9 mm

Blue

Orange

Blue

Diameter (in/mm) 7/16"/11.5

MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 5,417/24.1

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 4,608/20.5

Weight (lbs/100') 6.1

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 4.0

SWL (10:1 lbs) 541

Tendril™

Orange

Green

Diameter (in/mm) 7/16"/11.1

MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 5,912/26.3

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 5,418/24.1

Weight (lbs/100') 6.1

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 4.1

SWL (10:1 lbs) 591

Tech™ Series Tech11™

Certified to NFPA 1983

Tan MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 9,014/40.1

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 5,418/24.1

Weight (lbs/100') 6.1

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 4.1

SWL (10:1 lbs) 901

Black

Diameter (in/mm) 5/16"/9.0

MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 5,170/23.0

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 4,226/18.8

Weight (lbs/100') 4.2

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 0.8

SWL (10:1 lbs) 517

Certified to NFPA 1983

Red

Neon Green

White

Blue

Bicolor Neon Green

Bicolor Blue

Orange

Black

Diameter (in/mm) 3/8"/10.0

MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 5,979/26.6

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 5,328/23.7

Weight (lbs/100') 5.3

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 1.4

SWL (10:1 lbs) 598

HTP 7/16"

Diameter (in/mm) 7/16"/11.0

White

Neon Green

HTP 3/8"

Tendril Certified to ANSI Z133

Certified to NFPA 1983

Certified to NFPA 1983

Blue

Orange

White

Neon Green

Red

Black

Tech125™

Tan Diameter (in/mm) 1/2"/12.5

MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 10,183/45.3

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 8,633/38.4

Yellow

Bicolor Neon Green

Bicolor Blue

Weight (lbs/100') 7.0

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 2.1

SWL (10:1 lbs) 1,018

Diameter (in/mm) 7/16"/11.0

MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 6,856/30.5

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 5,845/26.0

Weight (lbs/100') 6.5

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 2.3

SWL (10:1 lbs) 686

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SafetyPro™ SafetyPro 9 mm

White

SafetyPro 10 mm

Certified to EN 1891

Blue

Red

Black

White

Certified to EN 1891

Blue

Red

Black

Diameter (in/mm) 11/32"/9.0

MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 4,271/19.0

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 3,372/15.0

Diameter (in/mm) 3/8"/10.0

MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 5,575/24.8

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 5,170/23.0

Weight (lbs/100') 3.6

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 1.9

SWL (10:1 lbs) 427

Weight (lbs/100') 4.2

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 4.5

SWL (10:1 lbs) 557

SafetyPro 10.5 mm

White

SafetyPro 11 mm

Certified to EN 1891

Blue

Red

Black

Certified to EN 1891

White

Blue

Red

Black

Yellow

Diameter (in/mm) 3/8"/10.5

MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 6,114/27.2

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 5,418/24.1

Diameter (in/mm) 7/16"/11.0

MBS Rating (lbs/kN) 7,306/32.5

Sewn Eye MBS (lbs/kN) 5,418/24.1

Weight (lbs/100') 4.2

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 2.8

SWL (10:1 lbs) 611

Weight (lbs/100') 5.1

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 3.3

SWL (10:1 lbs) 730

Rigging Lines Atlas™

HTP™

Atlas Certified to ANSI Z133

HTP 1/2"

Blue

Yellow

Diameter (in/mm) 9/16"/13.5

ABS Rating (lbs/kN) 10,386/46.2

Elongation at 10% MBS (%) 7

Weight (lbs/100') 8.4

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 2.4

SWL (10:1 lbs) 957

Certified to NFPA 1983

White

Blue

Orange

Yellow

Neon Green

Red

Diameter (in/mm) 1/2"/12.5

ABS Rating (lbs/kN) 10,031/44.6

Elongation at 10% MBS (%) 2.4

Weight (lbs/100') 8.0

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 0.9

SWL (10:1 lbs) 908

Black

HTP 5/8"

White

Certified to NFPA 1983

Orange

Blue

Diameter (in/mm) 5/8"/16.0

ABS Rating (lbs/kN) 14,361/63.9

Elongation at 10% MBS (%) 5.2

Weight (lbs/100') 12.5

Elongation at 300 lbs (%) 1.4

SWL (10:1 lbs) 1,299

Black

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Hardware Specs Carabiners

Pulleys Name

End-toEnd MBS (kN)

Sheave MBS (kN)

Max Diameter (mm)

NFPA 1983

CE EN 12278

AZTEK™ Omni Block

36

9

8

No

Yes

12

11

No

Yes

8.5

11

No

Yes

11

No

Yes

13

Yes

No

13

Yes

No

16

13

Yes

No

--

8.5

No

No

Name

Major Axis (kN)

Minor Axis (kN)

Open Gate (kN)

NFPA 1983

EN 12275

Eagle™ AL

25

7

7

No

Yes

Eagle SL

25

7

7

No

Yes

SR Micro Pulley

24

Falcon™ AL

25

7

7

No

Yes

SR MSP

17

Falcon ALT

25

7

7

No

Yes

SR MDP

22

5.5

Falcon SL

25

7

7

No

Yes

SR PMP

36

18

Falcon SLT

25

7

7

No

Yes

SR PMP2

44

11

Hawk™ AL

28

7

7

No

Yes

SR Rescue Pulley

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Hawk SL

28

7

7

No

Yes

Pico™ Double Pulley

--

Osprey™ AL

23

7

6

No

Yes

Single Configuration

30

7.5

Osprey SL

23

7

6

No

Yes

Double Configuration

20

10

SR Steel AL*

45

16

18

Yes

Yes

SR Steel SL

45

15

18

Yes

No

Safe-D™ TL

28

11

9

Yes

No

Safe-D AL

28

11

9

Yes

No

*SR Steel AL also meets ANSI Z359.12

Descent Control & Rigging

Snaphooks

Name

MBS (kN)

NFPA 1983 CE

Name

MBS (kN)

ANZI Z359

CE

SR Swivel

36

Yes

No

Triple Action Aluminum

27

No

Yes

SR Rigging Plate

36

Yes

No

Double Action Steel

27

No

Yes

ATS™ Device

23

No

No

ANSI Double Action Steel

22.2

Yes

No

SR R8™

22

No

No

Name/Diameter

MBS (lbs)

(kN)

Cordage & Webbing Specs Sewn Slings

Webbing

Lanyards (kN)

Lengths Available (in)

Name

MBS (lbs)

10 mm Dyneema® sling 5,170

23

24, 48

TriTech Flipline

5,418

24.1

11/16" Tubular

3,000

13.3

12 mm Dyneema sling

5,170

23

10, 24, 30, 48

Tech11 Flipline

5,418

24.1

1" Mil-Spec Tubular

4,000

17.8

11/16" Nylon sling

5,170

23

12, 24, 30, 48

UP Lanyard

5,418

24.1

1" Tech Tape Tubular

4,300

19.1

1" Tubular nylon sling

5,170

23

12, 24, 36, 48

1" Type 18 Flat

6,000

26.7

1" Flat nylon sling

10,116

45

48, 72, 96, 120

1" Type 9800 Flat

9,800

43.5

Name

MBS (lbs)

Sewn Webbing

(kN)

Accessory/Prusik Cord

Friction Hitch Cords CE EN 564

Name/Diameter

MBS (lbs)

Name

MBS (lbs)

(kN)

MBS Name/Diameter (lbs)

BARC™

6,182

27.5

2 mm

225

1.0

No

8 mm Bound Loop Prusik

5,418

24.1

Chain Reactor™

3,147

14.0

2.75 mm

270

1.2

No

8 mm RIT Bound Loop Prusik

5,418

24.1

Rabbit Runner

8,093

36.0

3 mm

472

2.1

No

9 mm RIT Bound Loop Prusik

5,418

24.1

4 mm

876

3.9

No

RIT Eye and Eye

5,418

24.1

5 mm

1,169

5.2

Yes

Thimble Prusik

5,418

24.1

6 mm

1,978

8.8

Yes

RIT Multisling Prusik

5,418

24.1

7 mm

2,788

12.4

Yes

RIT Footlock Sling

5,418

24.1

8 mm

3,462

15.4

No

9 mm

3,102

13.8

No

Sewn Cord Name

MBS (lbs)

(kN)

Rope Rod

6,740

30.0

AR Anchor

5,418

24.1

(kN)

(kN)

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Arbor Hitch Testing Summary

Sterling conducted a series of static and dynamic tests of popular hitches commonly used in the arbor industry. The purpose of the testing was to provide comparative data for the arbor community on hitch performance. The data presented is for educational purposes only and is not a guarantee of performance. All tests were conducted with new products. The data concludes that different hitches on different ropes provide different results so it is important to ensure components in a climbing system are compatible. Note: 1 kN is equal to 224.8 lbs.

Static Pull Tests This test procedure is a modified version of ANSI Z359.3 Slow Pull Test for Rope Adjusters. We created a test program that will set the hitch at 0.98 kN (approximate load for body weight), reduce the load to approximately 0.0 kN and then ramp to 4.45 kN. We then measured the slippage. Dynamic Drop Test These tests were conducted using a test mass of 100 kg. A fall factor 0.3 was used, which is the free fall distance divided by the length of the rope in the system. The hitch is tied to the host rope and then anchored to the test mass. The hitch is set prior to drop test. The mass is then raised to the prescribed drop height and released. For more information on hitches tested as well as expanded details on the tests performed, please go to sterlingrope.com.

Valdotain Tresse RIT 500 8 mm Hitch Cord

Static Pull Test Results

Drop Test Results

Host Rope

Average Max Holding Load (kN)

Average Slip at 4.45 kN (cm)

Average Impact Force FF=0.3 (kN)

Average Slip (cm)

3/8" HTP™

7.75

1.3

6.11

11.3

7/16" HTP

9.29

1.3

7.43

5.5

Tech11™

16.07

1.7

4.56

9.5

Tendril™

6.80

1.7

5.30

4.4

Scion™

5.60

3.8

5.08

8.7

Schwabisch 4 Wrap RIT 500 8 mm Hitch Cord

Static Pull Test Results

Drop Test Results

Host Rope

Average Max Holding Load (kN)

Average Slip at 4.45 kN (cm)

Average Impact Force FF=0.3 (kN)

Average Slip (cm)

3/8" HTP

7.78

0.9

7.11

5.4

7/16" HTP

9.05

0.6

7.20

7.8

Tech11

3.78

*

4.00

26.1

Tendril

8.92

0.7

5.36

1.1

Scion

6.52

0.5

5.08

2.2

Schwabisch 5 Wrap RIT 500 8 mm Hitch Cord

Static Pull Test Results

Drop Test Results

Host Rope

Average Max Holding Load (kN)

Average Slip at 4.45 kN (cm)

Average Impact Force FF=0.3 (kN)

Average Slip (cm)

Tech11

10.19

7.33

5.21

3.0

Distel RIT 500 8 mm Hitch Cord

Static Pull Test Results

Drop Test Results

Host Rope

Average Max Holding Load (kN)

Average Slip at 4.45 kN (cm)

Average Impact Force FF=0.3 (kN)

Average Slip (cm)

3/8" HTP

2.74

*

3.68

67.5

7/16" HTP

3.79

*

1.86

88.8

Tech11

3.96

*

1.43

**

Tendril

4.91

1.3

4.98

7.8

Scion

5.21

2.1

5.00

6.2

* Target load of 4.45 kN held for 60 seconds not achieved ** Did not catch—Mass hit the floor.

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Certifications It’s important to purchase your life-safety equipment from respected and certified manufacturers. Part of understanding this significance is knowing whether products are certified, what the certifications mean and how they are applied to each product. As an ISO 9001 Company, Sterling is proud to offer products that are 3rd party tested and meet CE, NFPA, and/or ANSI Standards on life safety equipment. • CE EN 1891 Type A certifies personal protective equipment for the prevention of falls from a height; specifically low-stretch kernmantle ropes for climbing/access lines. Manufacturing to the CE standard ensures products meet certain quality criteria for climbing and work positioning. • ANSI Z133 is the American National Standard for Arboricultural Operations Safety Requirements. Compliance for this standard is voluntary, but the intent of the standard is to guide arborists in safe work habits. • NFPA 1983 is the National Fire Protection Association’s “Standard for Life-Safety Rope and Equipment for Emergency Service.” This standard requires that a manufacturer is certified to ISO 9001 and specifies performance, labeling, user instruction and test method criteria for rope, connectors, descent devices, anchors and systems. Though not directly related to arboriculture activity, third party testing and certification of our product to this standard ensure that our manufacturing and quality control processes deliver products and systems that work well in technical rope and life-safety applications.

Sterling Rope is a certified ISO 9001 company.

Sterling Rope is a certified ISO 9001 company and all of our certified products must pass third-party testing to the standards we identify. Sterling also maintains a rigorous in house testing program. All minimum break strength (MBS) numbers listed here are from a 3-Sigma MBS test results or are listed at the corresponding standard’s minimum requirement. A 3-sigma MBS is based on a statistical analysis of the breaking strengths of a product and is reported at 3 standard deviations below the average breaking strength. Safe Working Load (SWL) is the designated maximum working load for a piece of equipment or system based off a predetermined safety margin and the equipment’s minimum breaking strength. Agencies and/or users should establish their own SWL guidelines for individual components and for rigged systems. The specifications listed here are believed to be correct at time of printing. We reserve the right to make modifications or corrections. For the most up to date technical specifications please contact us or visit sterlingrope.com

Trademarks

Disclaimer

Twaron and Technora are registered trademarks of Teijin Ltd. Dyneema is a registered trademark of DSM Dyneema B.V. Sterling Rope Company, Inc. trademarks include: Atlas, Scion, Tendril, Tech11, Tech125, HTP, SafetyPro, DryCore, DryCoat, Chain Reactor, B.A.R.C., Ultimate Positioning Lanyard, TriTech, ChainLink, ATS, AZTEK, Pocket Hauler, Hollow Block, Y-Knot, RIT Eyes, RIT Eye-to-Eye, VariQuick, QuickSteel, ZipLink, MaineStay, Wicked Good Rope Wash, Pico, V-TX and Better Braid Technology.

Technical rope and tree work are potentially hazardous activities and cannot be made safe. Any person using Sterling Rope equipment in any manner is personally responsible for learning the proper techniques involved, and assumes all risks and accepts full and complete responsibility for any and all damages or injuries of any kind, including death, which may result from misuse of any Sterling Rope product.


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