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DOUBLE DRY ROPE 7.5 mm x 40 m - RANDO DRY purple
  • DOUBLE DRY ROPE 7.5 mm x 40 m - RANDO DRY purple
  • DOUBLE DRY ROPE 7.5 mm x 40 m - RANDO DRY purple
  • DOUBLE DRY ROPE 7.5 mm x 40 m - RANDO DRY purple
DOUBLE DRY ROPE 7.5 mm x 40 m - RANDO DRY purple

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DOUBLE DRY ROPE 7.5 mm x 40 m - RANDO DRY purple

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IDR 1,000,000
  • DOUBLE DRY ROPE 7.5 mm x 40 m - RANDO DRY purple
  • DOUBLE DRY ROPE 7.5 mm x 40 m - RANDO DRY purple
  • DOUBLE DRY ROPE 7.5 mm x 40 m - RANDO DRY purple
DOUBLE DRY ROPE 7.5 mm x 40 m - RANDO DRY purple
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Compact and lightweight, this rope is perfect for easy alpine snow climbs, glacier walking, ski touring or setting up a handrail.

Thin and very light. UIAA DRY treated core and sheath, it helps you to safely advance on glaciers and over craggy passages, whether you are on foot or with skis.

BENEFITS

Waterproof

UIAA DRY hydrophobic treatment core and sheath. PFC free.

Lightweight

Weighing just 39 g/m, you won’t even feel it in your rucksack.

Eco-design

We use a dope-dyeing process to reduce the environmental impact.

Ergonomic grip

Thin making it smoother, lighter and compact.

Stretch

Absorbs fall force well thanks to low impact force of 7 kN

Versatility

Complies with 2 standards: Half rope and twin rope

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

UIAA DRY treatment:

Sheath and core have been treated with water repellent finish (PFC FREE) to prevent it absorbing water. Less than 2% of water retention.
The rope's mechanical features are longer lasting in cold and wet conditions.

Plasma Fluid treatment:

Special treatment helps to improve rope's smoothness.

Weight:

39 g/m

PLEASE NOTE: Weight measurements made according to the EN 892 standard.
For example, for a single rope, the rope must be exposed to 10 kg of tension for 1 minute in very precise temperature and moisture conditions.
This gives you the real weight of the rope, which is often superior to the weight given by the standard.
The weight measurement according to the standard is used to compare two ropes to each other.

Number of falls:

NUMBER OF FALLS: 6/12
IMPACT FORCE: 7/10.6 KN
DYNAMIC ELONGATION: 28.5% / 27.6%
STATIC ELONGATION: 8.7% / 4.6%
SHEATH SLIDE: 0
NUMBER OF SPINDLES: 32

MORE INFORMATION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Dyeing fabrics requires a lot of water and also leads to a lot of waste water from the dyeing tanks. To reduce this environmental impact, we opt for the dope-dyed technique whereby the colour pigments are incorporated into the yarn during its manufacture.

WASHING THE ROPE:

It's important to properly care for your rope to reduce wear.
As dirt wears ropes down, we recommend:
1- using a rope cover;
2- If the rope is dirty, wash it with clean, lukewarm water.
Should stains persist and you want to wash it with soap, it is important to use a pH-neutral soap (such as Marseille/household soap) and then rinse thoroughly with clean water.
3- Air dry the rope out of the sun and away from all sources of heat.

STORING THE ROPE:

Ropes should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from light, humidity, and corrosive agents. Never leave ropes inside a car during summer, for example.

INSPECTING THE ROPE:

It is important to check your rope regularly. To do so, run the rope through your hands and inspect it metre by metre along its entire length. This will allow you to spot any nicks, cuts, abrasion or weak points. If you notice any anomalies or irregularities, if the core is visible in certain places, if the rope is deformed or has exceeded its fall rating, it must be changed. Take safety seriously!

Stds / Certif.

EN 892:+A1: 2016