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Jun 8, 2010, 10:20 AM

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Re: [Jmcgow] MSA Recall of the Autobelay systems
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Jmcgow wrote:
Hi -

We just released the TruBlue autobelay. It is a new type of modular autobelay device that doesn't rely on friction, so it has very low cost of operations and is engineered for long-life. It is based on eddy current braking technology (ie. magnetic, non-wear components). It is also the first Auto Belay system that a.) meets all international fall arrest standards; b.) was designed specifically for the climbing industry; and c.) is built for massive cycles without wear. Check out ClimbTru.com for details.


It is ironic to call a system TRU Blue and base your marketing campaign on things that are simply NOT TRU!

Well here are the CLIMBING INDUSTRY facts:

1) TRU BLUE HAS NOT YET PRESENTED ANY SAFETY CERTIFICATION TO PROVE THAT IT MEETS ANY SAFETY STANDARDS.
2) Hydraulic and centrifugal brake belay systems were designed to meet national and international safety standards.
3) NORTH SAFETY AUTOMATIC BELAY IS THE ONLY BELAY IN US WITH INTERNATIONAL SAFETY CERTIFICATION, acquired from an independent organization.
4) Certain hydraulic and centrifugal brake systems were designed specifically for the climbing industry.


(This post was edited by Hi_Climber on Jun 8, 2010, 10:47 AM)



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