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Frendo Climbing Equipment Not Meet UIAA Safety Standards

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Frendo Climbing Equipment not meet UIAA Safety Standards

The UIAA, the International Mounteneering and Climbing Federation (Union Internationale des Associations d'Alpinisme), published the following safety information:

 

Frendo (France) - a french manufacturer of climbing equipment - depicts the UIAA logo on its website and claims UIAA certification for its ropes, karabiners, quick draws, via ferrate, braking devices and harnesses.

 

Frendo is not a Safety Label holder and it does not have a UIAA certification for any of its equipment. UIAA warns that the equipment may not meet the UIAA safety standards.

 

The UIAA safety standards for climbing equipment are higher than the europeen standards of the CEN (ENxxxx).

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