Adjustable climbing accessories are designed for:
- Concrete, plastic and metal poles
- Round and multi-angular poles
With a variety of items of UNI-Met+ climbing accessories we may reach a wide range of applications.
UNI-Met+ models available:
- UNI-Met+400, for climbing poles with a diameter from 140 to 400 mm (from 5.51″ to 15.75″)
- UNI-Met+450, for climbing poles with a diameter from 230 to 450 mm (from 9.05″ to 17.72″)
- UNI-Met+550, for climbing poles with a diameter from 300 to 550 mm (from 11.81″ to 21.65″)
This climbing accessory comprises:
- Pedal part
- Gripping arc
- Adjusting mechanism
Pedal part assisted by a mounting and a rubber strap enables easy and quick attachment of these climbing accessories on feet.
Pedal part design and clamp arc with rubber grips allow a good grip on different types of poles.
Advantages of these pole climbing accessories:
- Optimal three-point accomodation to the pole ensured in any moment during climbing.
- Optimal adjustment of the clamp arches depending on the initial diameter of the pole.
- Easy, safe and fast regulation of the internal gripping arches while climbing, which esures a natural position of feet during use.
- Low weight (9 kg per pair) and the center of gravity below the pedal plate.
- Shear forces do not affect the climber’s ankles during use (eliminated possibility of ankle pain due to the use of climbing accessories).
- Easy and safe use.
- The possibility of climbing over the consoles.
- High quality production and easy maintenance.
Easy and safe use is ensured using the regulatory mechanism. It may be set manually or using the control leads (uMet+400, UNI-Met+450).
In other items of adjustable climbing accessories (UNI-Met+550), designed for poles of larger diameter, the internal grip is adjusted so that the rubber grip is set on the pole and the leg is pulled rearwards so that the lower holder clicks into place.
When descending, the springs are released by pulling the handle and the inner rubber grips return to its initial position.
We recommend the use of climbing accessories for daily tasks (with exception of wet or icy poles), particularly in cases of inaccessible locations, where it is not possible to use other accessories. Their design makes even prolonged working tasks on the poles possible.