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SMC's Large Steel Locking D Carabiner was developed especially for the needs of the fire and rescue communities with a large gate opening that easily fits over litter rails. Each carabiner is 100% hand-inspected for gate action and other functional characteristics before leaving the factory. If you want a carabiner that performs the just as well after 100 jobs as it did the first time you used it then this is the one to buy.

Heat-Treated Carabiner

All the features and benefits of SMC's Large Steel Locking D Carabiner with the increased strength (an additional 40%) that results from being heat-treated.

Stainless Steel Carabiner

When the working environment results in exposure to corrosive elements, and a larger gate opening and higher breaking strength are necessary, the Large Stainless Steel Locking Carabiner is the appropriate choice.

NFPA Certified

All SMC NFPA products are third party tested (by Underwriters Laboratories - UL) as required by NFPA 1983 (2001 edition) standards.

SMC Large Locking D Steel Carabiner

PT#: SM21001N

SMC Large Locking D Steel Carabiner

:: Specifications

  • Some styles available in both bright and black zinc plated
  • Gate opening: 1.2" (30.4mm)
  • Outside length: 5.04" (128mm)
  • Outside width: 2.97" (75mm)
  • Min. breaking strength: 10,341 lbf. (46kN)
  • Heat treated MBS: 14,613 (65kN)
  • Weight: 10.6 oz. (301g)

:: Features

  • Large gate opening that easily fits over litter rails
  • Sleeve locks on the gate rather than the body of the carabiner, eliminating problems of the knob binding on the frame after the carabiner has been loaded
  • Stainless steel gates and locking sleeves for greater strength and reliability
  • All the components in this carabiner are meticulously hand-finished after machining resulting in the smooth, free-gate action that is the hallmark of all SMC carabiners
  • Made in USA

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