The DMM Ultra O’s symmetrical rope baskets are ideal for assisted breaking devices, pulleys, swivels and shackles. They also give stable loading characteristics, as attachments can self-centre under load with minimal movement from the karabiner (sometimes spelt carabiner).
Keylock nose eliminates snagging
This karabiner’s (sometimes spelt carabiner) nose slots into a groove in the gate, allowing it to achieve full strength without a gate notch. This creates a clean internal profile that won’t catch on gear, bolts or slings, giving easier clipping and removal from systems.
Oval karabiner for rigging stability and central positioning of attachments
Oval karabiners (sometimes spelt carabiner) have curved rope baskets for compatibility with slings, ropes, pulleys, and devices. The baskets allow attachments to self-centre when loaded, giving greater stability in systems that D shaped karabiners (sometimes spelt carabiner). Their symmetry allows them to work both ways in rigging systems.
I-Beam construction for optimum strength to weight ratio
I-Beam construction techniques allow karabiners (sometimes spelt carabiner) to be lighter without compromising strength. This is achieved through hot forging, a process that allows the metal to be made into complex shapes that improve functionality.
Available with the captive bar to secure orientation and prevent tampering
Captive bars ensure karabiners (sometimes spelt carabiner) load along their strongest axis by securing their orientation, and can also be used to create tamper-proof systems that cannot be dismantled by users.