Beal Dyneema Sling 6mm
- Very narrow 6mm
- Very abrasion resistant
- Very light
|Length||20c, 60cm and 120cm|
|Breaking Load||22kN, stronger than that of a tape knot|
|Warning||Rock and Alpine climbing are potentially hazardous and dangerous. Any person using our equipment in any manner is personally responsible for learning the proper techniques involved and that the equipment used is designed for the application. The purchaser accepts full and complete responsibility and liability for any and all damages and injury that may result from use of equipment bought from Bivouac Outdoor. Instruction should be sought from professionals in the safe use of this piece of equipment. This equipment is designed for recreational use and should not be used for industrial applications.|
Under the effect of water or ice, slings and quick-draws become much more prone to abrasion and lose strength: increase your precautions. The colour of the internal thread identifies the year of manufacture. The melting point of nylon is 230°C, that of dyneema is 145°C, and that of polyester is 260°C.
Dyneema®: a UHMwPE fibre.invented by DSM 20 years ago and it's been in production since 1990. The fibre is incredibly versatile with virtually limitless applications. The fibre is manufactured by means of a gel-spinning process that combines extreme strength with incredible softness. So what are the properties that make this fibre so special?