Petzl William Locking Carabiner

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William Locking Carabiner is a large carabiner with a pear shapethat is used for belay stations. They are also for belaying with a Munter hitch

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Petzl William Locking Carabiner

The Petzl William Locking Carabiner is a large, pear-shaped locking carabiner for belay stations and belaying with a Munter hitch.  The William asymmetrical large capacity aluminum carabiner has a pear shape that is practical for easily connecting multiple items. Its ergonomics and Keylock system facilitate manipulations, even when wearing gloves. The William carabiner is available in two locking systems: manual SCREW-LOCK or automatic BALL-LOCK.


  • Great capacity thanks to its large dimensions:
    - carabiner can hold a very large quantity of equipment
    - optimal shape for belaying with a Munter hitch
  • Ergonomics:
    - shape designed for gripping with gloves on
    - asymmetrical pear shape facilitates opening and the manipulation of the locking system
    - Keylock system to avoid any involuntary snagging of the carabiner
  • Available in three locking systems, each for different situations:
    - SCREW-LOCK: occasional use, dirty environments
    - BALL-LOCK: frequent use with practical automatic locking; secure use with triple-action opening
  • Material(s): aluminum
  • Certification(s): CE EN 12275


Specifications for: William Locking Carabiner

  • Weight (gms) 3.18 oz
  • Closed Gate Strength (kN) 27 kN
  • Open Gate Strength (kN) 8 kN
  • Minor Axis Strength (kN) 8 kN
  • Gate Opening (mm) 28 mm - 27mm

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William Locking Carabiner

William Locking Carabiner

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