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Emergency Descent Systems - Escape-Rite Series
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Emergency Descent Systems - Escape-Rite Series

PeakWorks Escape-Rite® is an emergency controlled descent device that has been trusted in the field for decades. The Escape-Rite® device helps employers meet the OSHA requirement for prompt rescue including personal escape, self-rescue and assisted rescue. It is compact, lightweight, and very simple to use. Its bi-directional design provides the capability for more users to evacuate in a short period of time. As a descent is initiated, the other end of the rope ascends making it ready for another rescue automatically. Available in two descent rate options of three or six feet per second; depending on the height and number of users needed to evacuate. Angled descent packages are available for approved applications ranging from 45 to 90 degrees.

  • Unit Dimensions: 18 in. x 9.75 in. x 8 in.
  • Maximum Working Load: 400 lbs. (181 kg) - one person descent at a time
  • Weight: Unit w/ spool: 12.25 lbs. Cable: .06 lb./ft.
  • Made in USA

Prod. No.Mod. No.DescriptionSystem LengthsUser Weight Capacity
V85531XX1003-DEVXXXEscape-Rite Descent rate approx 3 ft/ s (.091 m/s)10 ft - 300 ft (3 m to 91.4 m)400 lbs (181 kg) One person descent at a time
V86009XX1006-DEVXXXEscape-Rite Descent rate approx 6 ft/ s (1.83 m/s)10 ft - 300 ft (3 m to 91.4 m)400 lbs (181 kg) One person descent at a time