The MICRO TRAXION is an ultra-light, ultra-compact progress-capture pulley that is exceptionally efficient thanks to its sealed ball bearings. The cam works on dirty or icy ropes and can be locked in open position for use as a pulley.
Ultra-light and ultra-compact progress capture pulley (volume and weight 50% smaller than the MINI TRAXION).
Excellent efficiency, thanks to sealed ball bearings (91%)
Cam can be locked in open position so device can be used as a simple pulley. Works even on frozen or muddy ropes.
For use on ropes between 8 and 11 mm in diameter.
Diagrams for rope installation engraved on interior of pulley.
Designed for crevasse rescue, hauling, self-rescue and can be used as emergency ascender.
Weight: 85 g
Min. rope diameter: 8 mm
Max. rope diameter: 11 mm
Sheave type: sealed ball bearings
Sheave diameter: 25 mm
Working load: 2.5 kN x 2 = 5 kN
Breaking strength: 7.5 kN x 2 = 15 kN
Working load as progress capture pulley: 2.5 kN
Breaking strength as progress capture pulley: 4 kN
Certification(s): CE EN 567, UIAA
For orders below £30 it's currently a very reasonable £3.50 charge.
* We are currently unable to offer an international order/delivery service. Delivery to BFPO usually counts as UK mainland, though (and some BFPO locations are also VAT-exempt).
Orders received by us before 12 Noon are sent by Royal Mail First Class Post or via our courier - depending on their size, weight, value and destination.
Orders received by us from Monday to Noon on Friday are usually delivered the next working day (working days are defined as Monday to Friday, inclusive).
Orders received by us from Friday afternoon to Noon on Monday are generally delivered on Tuesday.
Please note: We usually contact you personally to clarify delivery instructions for larger / more expensive items. This can add a short delay in despatching your order.
For Click & Collect: Please bring order confirmation, the card used for purchase and photo ID to collect your order from our Keswick store during normal opening hours. Please allow 2 working days.