- It’s essential to look for a lightweight rope. This will help you pull hard and go long.
- Consider the rope’s core material, shrinkage, impact force, and the minimum number of facto.
- The rope should be durable, reliable, and easy to handle, whether it’s for outdoor adventures or safety purposes.
While our high-end ropes are UV-resistant, you should still keep your rope out of direct sunlight while not in use. If your rope becomes dirty, simply wash it in cold water with light soap.
It’s important to take care of your ropes and maintain them in proper condition. Assess the rope on a regular basis for deteriorating indicators such as a torn sheath, thin areas, or significant wear and tear from too many falls or too quick rappels.
When working at heights, safety harnesses are important to use. They function by either catching you when you fall (arrest) or preventing you from falling by preventing you from going into unsafe regions.
The Namah range of harnesses is tested following the procedures outlined in the relevant EN requirements to withstand a static load of 15 KN for three minutes without displaying evidence of damage to the webbing or metal components.
Harnesses have a 5-year shelf life when stored in ideal conditions. With proper care, they can last you for years.