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Conterra Delta V Guiding And Rescue Tool

Conterra Delta V Guiding And Rescue Tool

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Conterra Delta V Guiding And Rescue Tool

Designed from the ground up for the mountain rescue and guiding communities, the Delta V is a device like no other. Not only is the Delta V your go-to belaying and rappelling device, it incorporates features for the professional:

The “Guide Belay” mode (aka plaquette mode) is useful for bringing up multiple clients and integrates a well-designed release for a loaded device. The anchor point of the Delta V is strength rated at 26kN so you can rest easy knowing it can safely arrest 2 climbers.

For rescue work, the Delta V works extremely well as part of the Dual Capability Two Tension Rope System that is rapidly becoming the standard for Mountain Rescue. Our tests show that it passes the rigorous EMBC competency tests for DCTTRS component devices. The Delta V also can be used as a 26kN rigging plate to organize a rescue system. 

The Delta V is proudly machined from solid billet stock in our Bellingham, WA ISO 9001 facility. The Delta V works with 8.8 to 11mm ropes and weighs in at just 95g. With credentials like this, the Delta V should be on every mountain rescue technician’s harness.

Conterra Delta V Guiding And Rescue Tool Features:

  • Machined from solid billet stock
  • “Guide Belay” mode (aka plaquette mode) is useful for bringing up multiple clients and integrates a well-designed release for a loaded device.
  • Anchor point of the ∆V is strength rated at 26kN
  • Works extremely well as part of the Dual Capability Two Tension Rope System
  • Tests show that it passes the rigorous EMBC competency tests for DCTTRS component devices
  • Can be used as a 26kN rigging plate to organize a rescue system. 
  • Works with 8.8 to 11mm ropes
  • Weight: 95g
  • Color: Gold, Grey

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