ALF Climb Assist Pulley | 2 Way Auto Locking

 398,00 Ex VAT

The ALF Climb Assist Pulley was designed for the Challenge Course industry, as a simple method of protecting users on vertical climbs incorporated into a course.


The ALF is also a protection solution for workers on towers, masts, Wind Turbines and even in construction applications where a cost-effective, temporary climb assist solution is required for short duration working.

In the event of a fall, the ALF Pulley locks on quickly to arrest the fall. As fall distances are extremely small, it is extremely unlikely that the user will be incapacitated. However if necessary, a rescue can be easily organized from ground level.

The ALF has been field trialed and cycle tested by over 20.000 users with no detriment to performance and with little or no wear. The ALF has been extensively drop tested, in line with both CE EN360 and ANSI Z359 and with weights other than those required for CE and ANSI Standards, and  including static testing to destruction – making it probably the safest Climb Assist product in the world!

The unit can be rigged in a continuous loop system, using a Large Single Prussik Pulley (Aluminium).


Compatible with rope diameter (mm): The approved rope for use with the ALF is ISC workLINE (11mm Low Stretch Kernmantle, EN1891A).
Number of persons: 1
EZYiD: Available on request
Finish: Anodized
Colour: Purple
May be serviced: Yes
Weight (grams): 1200
Weight (ounces): 42.3
Approved Standards: CE 0120 EN360, ANSI Z359

Service requirements:

Immediately before, during and after use make visual inspections of the product to ensure that it is in a serviceable condition and is operating correctly. In addition to the basic visual inspections conducted by the user, the product must be examined annually, or more frequently depending on local legislation or intensity of use. Servicing must be carried out by the manufacturer or a competent person authorized by the manufacturer. Other factors, such as, extreme temperatures, humidity, the effects of chemicals, rust, cuts, abrasions or the frequency of use could affect the required service interval of the equipment.