The Beal 11mm Industrie - White Low Stretch rope. This rope is specially adapted to the requirements of work at height companies.
Beal 11mm static line / low stretch kernmantle rope. An ideal rope with no diameter restrictions for security in work at height.
Break Load: 3000kg
Static Strength: 3000kg
Strength with figure of 8 knot: 2100kg
Strength with figure of 9 knot: 2200kg
Number of factor 1 falls (100kg): 20
Impact Force - Factor 0,3: 5.1kN
Elongation 50 / 150kg: 2.8%
Sheath slippage: 0.8%
Weight per metre: 73g
Sheath percentage: 36%
Core percentage: 64%
IDN : Unique number
All BEAL PPE is marked with a unique number which, in addition to providing the year of manufacture, ensures traceability of the product.
BCC : BEAL Color Code
BEAL slings, pre-cut ropes and lanyards are either embroidered or have a line of stitching which -dependant on the colour used- depicts the year of manufacture of the product.
The colour of the internal thread identifies the year of manufacture.
TIP : Traceability, Identification, Personalisation
Harnesses, lanyards, energy absorbers, ropes with sewn terminations are supplied with a TIP label (traceability, identification and personalisation). TIP allows you to identify an item by writing your name and personalising the unique number of your PPE. The TIP also has a QR code and web link to instantly access the item's logbook online, promoting its management. It equally allows for a new generation RFID chip, called NFC, to be stuck to the label as an add-on.
NFC : Near Field Connection
NFC is a new standard in RFID chips, ultra compact and flat, compatible with most new generation Smartphones. By bringing your phone close to the NFC chip, information relating to the item of PPE can be accessed directly and wirelessly without the need for specific software, similar to wireless payments which are already becoming commonplace. All PPE equipped with a TIP label can accommodate a NFC chip to allow kit management via smartphone.
Beal are a market leader in the manufacture of the quality Climbing ropes out of Europe and all ropes are made to EN standards