Lightweight and with good gliding, the 10 mm Tiger
rope has a diameter adapted to all self-locking belay devices, easy to clip and pleasant to handle. Its use is focused on climbers who practice this discipline intensively.
It incorporates the Dry Cover
waterproofing treatment. Exclusive procedure developed by Beal to waterproof all Beal dynamic rope covers. It also has the Compact Process
, an exclusive braiding that makes the core and the sheath in solidarity, ensures a perfect balance of the string and gives it unique characteristics: It reduces the impact force, increases the number from falls, allows the rope to retain its dynamic properties throughout its useful life and eliminates sheath slippage.
technology, until now reserved for semi-static ropes, is now available in the dynamic rope range. BEAL has managed to unite the core and the sheath of these dynamic strings to limit the movements between the 2 parts, to optimize their operation. Strings swell less, are more flexible, easier to handle, and last longer. By having a cover that is smoother than a classic rope, friction on the carabiners and on the rock is reduced, abrasion resistance is further improved and rope retrieval is much easier for effortless carabiners. The climber really has the feeling of climbing with a much thinner and lighter rope, as the fluidity is greater and it retains all the benefits of belaying with a larger diameter rope.
- Length: 80 m.
- Diameter: 10 mm.
- Rope in single & # 8722; UIAA & # 8722; CE.
- Number of spindles: 48.
- Laboratory shock force: 7.50 & # 8722; 7.60 kN.
- Shock force BEAL guarantee: 7.60 kN.
- Number of UIAA Laboratory falls: 7 & # 8722; 8.
- Number of falls BEAL guarantee: 7.
- Sheath slippage: 0 mm.
- Elongation after a first fall: 37%.
- Static elongation: 10%.
- Percentage of sheath: 40%.
- Resistance to cutting edges.
- Incorporates individual identification number.
- Weight per meter: 61 g.