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Triskellion Tripod

The CMC Triskelion is the first industrial rescue tripod certified to NFPA standards and the new benchmark for rapid deployment, ease of use, and versatility. With its 5.5-10 ft working height, additional CE certifications, and accessible features, the Triskelion delivers greater safety and efficiency for confined space and industrial rescues.

SKED-EVAC Industrial Tripod

Manufactured by Skedco, makers of the Sked® Stretcher, the Sked-EVAC tripod features aircraft-grade, gold-anodized aluminum legs and a cast-aluminum head. Three heavy-duty rigging anchors, located in the center, have exceptionally large holes for easy attachment. Legs adjust in 5-in (127-mm) increments for a maximum height of 10 ft (3 m) and a minimum length for transport of 7 ft (2.1 m). The cast ladder feet swivel and come with a choice of a sure-grip rubber pad or a point for imbedding in a soft or slippery surface. Holes in the feet allow the tripod to be bolted into position. A safety chain prevents leg movement and adjusts with a screw link. The optional Winch Bracket connects DBI/Sala Salalift II Winch or SRL to a Sked-EVAC Tripod.
 

Harkens Winch Lockhead Kit

A CERTIFIED SELF-TAILING, MAN-RIDING CAPSTAN WINCH WITH THE SECURITY AND SAFETY OF AN INNOVATIVE CAPTIVE HEAD
The Harken LokHead Winch Kit (NFPA Technical Use) is a man-riding portable capstan winch specifically designed for confined space rescue retrieval or for use with davit systems using an unlimited length of life safety rope. The captive head allows the winch to be used safely, and keeps the rope from accidentally coming off the winch and releasing. The LokHead Winch Kit comes complete with everything needed for a tripod setup.

Harkens Riggers 500 Winch

The Harken Riggers Winch provides the user with a lightweight, CE certified, portable winch mounted to a robust adapter plate. The 2-speed 500 model is lightweight and weighs just 7 kg (15.4 lb). Its maximum rated load of 490 kg (1,101 lb) maximizes operator pulling power by up to 40 times. Multiple mounting options provide versatility when working in challenging or remote environments. The pigtail line lead allows the rope to be installed without feeding the end of the line through with no maximum line length and ensures correct alignment and loading of the winch for maximum efficiency. Stainless steel load-carrying gears and pins for strength and durability. The unique drum design maximizes grip on the rope. Includes a universal mounting plate, 25 cm (10 in) winch handle, and Harken 40.2 winch model.

PETZL ASAP’Sorber Axess

The ASAP’SORBER AXESS energy absorber may only be used with the ASAP or ASAP LOCK mobile fall arrester. It allows user to work at a distance from the rope, in order to protect it during certain work phases. Equipped with tear-webbing inside a pouch that opens on each end, the absorber is protected from abrasion, while allowing for regular inspection. In can be used in two-person rescue situations for a maximum load of 250 kg.

Cearley Rescue Strap

A CMC Rescue Exclusive Rick Cearley, a retired senior helicopter pilot for the Los Angeles County Fire Department and inventor of the LSP Cinch Rescue Collar, identified the need for a product to rapidly secure a victim under difficult conditions, such as swiftwater rescues. Despite its simple appearance, this Cearley original design has features developed through years of field use by Los Angeles-area firefighters and rescuers.
Why You Need a Rescue Strap All firefighters should consider carrying a Cearley Rescue Strap in their turnout because of its many applications to quickly secure a downed firefighter who must be dragged, lifted, or lowered. It can also be used as a hasty chest harness to pluck victims from above-ground windows or during swiftwater operations, or even as an emergency harness for self-rescue from upper floors. It has proven itself with our department when lives depend on quick and simple securing of victims for evacuation. — Battalion Chief Larry Collins, Los Angeles Country Fire Department, Urban Search & Rescue Company  

Fastlink Pick-Off Strap

This is the only Pick-Off Strap with two carabiners incorporated directly into the strap, which reduces the overall weight. We use the same high-strength, mil-spec web and adjuster hardware as our original Pick-Off Strap. The web begins to slip through the buckle at 17-18 kN (3,800-4,000 lbf). The two ProTech™ Auto-Lock Carabiners with keeper pins are UL Classified to NFPA 1983 – Technical Use.