Rock Exotica Omni-Block 2.6" Black

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Omni-Block 2.6"

  • Increased MBS of 80kN with 20kN WLL.
  • Install and remove rope while still connected to the anchor
  • Sideplate locks with two-stage, double-catch safety mechanism.
  • Integrated swivel allows pulley to orient while reducing gain
  • Connect, install and remove rope with one hand.
  • CNC machined for optimal weight & strength

Three tools in one!
The swivel top Omni-Block is a compact tool equivalent to three pieces of hardware: The pulley, the swivel and the carabiner to connect them. Its unique side-plate opens while the pulley is still attached to the anchor. Traditionally, a pulley is connected to a swivel by a carabiner. However, the Omni eliminates the need for the carabiner, reducing length and pieces of equipment in the rigging system. The short length of the omni is important when used in high-angle, confined space or other space sensitive rigging environments. The reduced weight of the Omni will make hauling your rear easier. Additionally the Omni sideplate can be opened without detaching from the carabiner. Traditional pulleys require removing from the carabiner to change the rope. With the Omni, the user is able to do this while the pulley is still secured.
  • Allows rope change without detachment from carabiner
  • The integrated swivel top allows the pulley to orient as needed in response to the load.
  • Pulley body is machined from a solid block of aluminum for strength optimization and weight reduction.
  • Shortens the length of rigging by combining the pulley and swivel in one device.
Rock Exotica Omni-Block 2.6"
Available in color: Black

Weight: 1.9lbs (850 gm)
Breaking Strength: 80 kN
Working Load: 20kN
Max Rope Diameter: 0.5" (13mm)
Sheave Diameter: 2.6" (66mm)
Certification: CE pending

Action Factory's recommendation is that this item, and all rigging items sold by Action Factory should never be used for a life line situation, where death or serious injury could occur. Always rig within a minimum of a 5:1 work load to breaking strength ratio, and always consider shock load potential.
For any questions, please contact Action Factory.