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Firefighter Rescue Belts

When it is time to bail out of a rescue situation, you want to be able to count on your rescue system. It can be all that is standing between you and death or serious injury. And the start of any rescue system is the belt. First and foremost, all escape belts need to...

Carabiners and Screw Links

Your carabiners and screw links are an important component of your firefighting gear. We know that you want them to be able to take the kind of daily abuse that comes with firefighting. We have got you covered. Our carabiners come in several varieties, including...

Protected: Firefighter Bailout Systems

We offer several varieties of firefighter bailout systems, including firefighter bailout rope and bags for easy storage. Our bags can also be custom embroidered so that you will always be able to pick up your gear fast, and not someone else’s by mistake. A firefighter...

RNR Guide – How to Select a Firefighter Bailout Kit

A firefighter bailout kit is an important safety feature for firefighters and other rescue workers. This provides a fast and effective way to get out of a dangerous situation and get to a safer location. In this guide, we will explain how to select a bailout system to...

Types of Rescue Harnesses

Harnesses are essential components of all fall protection systems. Choosing the right harness for each situation will ensure that you remain safe and secure throughout your work at height mission. Rock-N-Rescue provides a wide range of rescue and safety harnesses to...

Prusik Loop Material Guide

The prusik loop guide has some basic criteria to follow for choosing the right size of cord to use when you are making prusik loops. Prusik loop material should be approximately 60% to 80% of the standing line diameter. If the hitch is too small, the hitch will be...

What Carabiner is Right For You?

With the number of carabiners on the market these days, it's easy to feel overwhelmed about picking the right one for your needs. Do you need an auto-locking carabiner or a non-locking carabiner? How much weight does your carabiner need to support? What shape...

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