The Ino-Block 12 can bear a working load of 4 tons. Breaking load of 12 tons for only 250 grams!
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The Ino-Block 12 with textile axle has a working load of 4 tons. Breaking load of 12 tons for only 250 grams!
Its featherweight lightness and its plastic shell considerably reduce wear of your deck as well as risk of injury when the sails are flapping.
The Ino-Block benefits from the TAT technology (Textile Axle Technology) This new patented technology is the result of two years of research and development based on the use of high-performance modern fibres and lightweight materials (plastic, aluminium) with low friction properties.
Advantages of the Ino-Block:
- Reliable, compact and lightweight compared to a standard block with a more fragile axle
- No corrosive components
- Easy maintenance, just rinse with freshwater
- The higher the load, the better the performance of the block
- Spare parts (replacement side plates)
- Safety: lightweight with plastic cheeks (significant decrease of the risk of injury in the event of impact)
- 100% made in France
As the first product designed by Ino-Rope, the Ino-Block is a textile block
produced in series, based on an innovative patented concept. Extremely simple (5 parts) and efficient, the Ino-Block is lighter than all the other
traditional blocks on the market thanks to its textile technology. It is also more reliable (highly resistant Dyneema® axle) and its materials were selected to last longer (no ball bearing or corrosive metallic parts inside).
Today, thanks to the rationalisation of production, we are able to create and manufacture a large volume of high quality products that combine lightness, strength and reliability, at the best price! All handmade in France by our team of nimble-fingered Korrigan-splicers. Don’t wait to enjoy it!
The numbers speak for themselves:
Also available with becket
Additional information for professionals:
|Charge de travail||Charge de rupture||Poids||Longueur||Largeur||Hauteur||Diamètre de cordage Max|
|4 000 kg||12 000 kg||250 g||110 mm||86 mm||66 mm||17 mm|
|With or without becket?||
Standard, With becket