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Introducing the all-new CLUTCH, the latest evolution in rescue and rope access hardware that enables the technical rope professional to do more with less. This multi-purpose device was designed and engineered in collaboration by two companies with a collective 90 year history in rope management under heavy loads: CMC, a company with roots in rescue and rope access, and Harken Industrial, a manufacturing company with roots in high performance sailing.

Designed for intuitive, efficient operation, ease of use and optimal control, the versatile CLUTCH is suited to a multitude of rigging operations:

    • Single wearable tool suited for efficient hauling, controlled lowering, smooth personal descent, easy ascending and belaying.
    • Stainless steel ratcheting and rotating sheave provides efficient and audible progress capture.
    • Rope loading/unloading is secured with an innovative double-latched side plate design that is independent of the device‘s attachment point.
    • Anti-Panic brake and force limiting features ensure operational safety and overload protection.
    • Machined aluminum chassis clad with stainless steel wear guards ensures lightweight durability.
    • Integrated becket allows for direct connection of mechanical advantage systems.
    • The only 10.5-11.5 mm rope diameter compatible device certified to NFPA 1983 (G-Rated), ANSI Z359.4 and EN 12841/C, 341/2A, and 15151/8.
    • The CLUTCH and CMC’s G11 Lifeline can be used together to build NFPA G rated systems using 11 mm rope, saving space and reducing weight.
    • Patent pending.
ROPE SIZE 10.5 – 11.5 MM (7/16 IN)
WEIGHT 836 G (1.84 LBS)
DIMENSIONS 208 X 112 X 47 MM (8.2 X 4.4 X 1.9 IN)
MAX LOAD 272 KG (600 LBS)
3-SIGMA MBS PULLEY 40 KN (8,992 LBF) / BECKET 22 KN (4496 LBF)
CERTIFICATIONS NFPA 1983 (2017 ED) GENERAL USE; ANSI/ASSE Z359.4-2013; EN 12841: 2006/C; EN 341: 2011/2A; EN 15151-1: 2012/8

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