Rhino

The Rhino's horn prevents belay devices from working their way round the top bar and onto the spine, minimising the chance of cross-loading. The round top bar gives smooth and predictable rope control, while the flat bottom sits well in belay loops, encouraging the Rhino to load in its strongest orientation.

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Belay carabiners give smooth and confident belaying with tube and assisted breaking belay devices. They have full section top bars for consistent rope control and reduced rope wear. Their shape resists flipping into sub-optimal orientations when belaying, acting to ensure the carabiner loads along its strongest axis.
Product NameProduct CodeColourMBS (Major Axis)MBS (Minor Axis)MBS (Gate Open)DimensionsWeightGate Opening (X)Conformance
Rhino ScrewgateA542Titanium/Lime27kN9kN7kN75 x 100mm73g20mmEN 362:2004 B, EN 12275:2013 B & H
Rhino KwiklockA543Titanium/Red27kN9kN7kN75 x 100mm81g19mmEN 362:2004 B, EN 12275:2013 B & H
Rhino LocksafeA547Titanium/Green27kN9kN7kN75 x 100mm81g19mmEN 362:2004 B, EN 12275:2013 B & H

Introducing the Rhino

Rhino product features

An overview of the features and benefits of the Rhino HMS carabiner.

Kwiklock
Kwiklock - Auto-locking gate requiring two separate actions to open. Kwiklock gates are suitable when auto-locking gates are a necessity, but rigging systems are relatively static and anchor points are easy to monitor.
Locksafe
Locksafe - An auto-locking gate requiring three separate actions to open. Locksafe gates give extra security in complex rigging systems such as those featuring running ropes or remote anchor points.
Screwgate
Screwgate - Non auto-locking gate which requires two actions to open, and is easy to use with one hand. Screwgates are suitable in systems where anchor points can be easily monitored and are unlikely to be affected by running ropes.
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