Feedback Careers

HOW-TO: INSPECTING YOUR CARABINER

Carabiners are a common piece of useful equipment. A climbing carabiner must be denoted with a stamp that reads 22.24kN, which is 5,000 pounds, to meet the standard regulation. Being able to identify the signs to know when it’s time to replace the carabiner is an important safety measure. Learn more about carabiner safety in this video.

Related Posts

How-To: Tying an End-Line Clove Hitch The end-line clove hitch knot can be used for attaching to objects as well as for rigging. Learn more about this knot type here.
How-To: Types of Sheet Bend Knots A sheet bend knot is useful for joining two separate ropes, even those that may be different sizes. While a single sheet bend isn’t particularly secure, you can tie a double sheet bend to help strengt...
How-To: Inspecting Your Hard Hat While there are many types of hard hats to choose from, they all have one thing in common: they’re an absolute necessity for staying safe on the job. Learn more about what makes a hard hat safe and so...
Author
ACRT Arborist Training Staff

ACRT Arborist Training provides entry-level through advanced arborist classes and certifications for line clearance companies, government agencies, tree care companies, municipalities, and individuals around the nation.

SUBSCRIBE

Subscribe to our mailing list to receive updates.

Categories