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Request for Inspection of Fixe Lowering Stations Inox

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Fixe: Request for Inspection of Anchors and Chains in Lowering Stations

07/29/2015: Barcelona, Spain: The spanish manufacturer of climbing-safety-hardware TechRock request for inspection the lowering stations and stations for abseiling with chains inox from Fixe. Some chains were detected in Germany where corrosion and tiny cracks is seen in the material. It had been an incident in Germany with an anchor that suddenly broke unpredictable due the corrosion affectation.

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If dedected in your facilities any anchors with corrosion and with tiny cracks, please not use them as a safety reasons and inform Tech Rock/Fixe urgently to undertake analysis and proviede knowledge of the existence of them to UIAA agency (International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation).

The lowering stations and stations for abseiling with infected chain links must replace.

TechRock SL: Tel.:+34-93 855 00 42 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 Source: TechRock SL, Fixe-Distribution Germany, DAV

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