An Innovation in Rope Rescue!
Pulley / Rescue Belay / Descent Control
The MPD allows you to go from lowering to raising without changing hardware.More than nine years of research and development went into the patented Multi-Purpose Device (MPD), which features major innovations in advanced technical hardware for rope rescue professionals. The MPDs high-efficiency pulley, with an integral rope-grab mechanism, allows it to be used as a lowering device on the main line and belay line systems and be quickly changed over to a raising system without switching out or replacing hardware. The combination of essential features into a single device simplifies on-scene rigging, expediting the rescue. The revolutionary MPD increases user safety with:
The MPD is UL Classified as a Pulley, Descent Control, and Belay device.
*13 mm version designed for use with 12.5 - 13 mm rope. Rope used for certification rounded up to 13 mm per NFPA 1983.
**The 11 mm model is designed for and tested with 11 mm rope. 11 mm model UL rated "T" Technical Use for descent control.
The MPD CE certified model is also available for purchase. Contact us for more info.
MPD Quick Reference Training Videos
Produced by Tom Pendley of Desert Rescue Research, the videos shot during actual training highlight basic features and how to's with the MPD.
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Operation
Part 3: Practice Tips
Whether you are just starting out in the rescue industry, looking for a course to brush up on your skills, in need of specific refresher training, or want to take your team to the next level, Safe Rescue has courses developed to fit your needs.
Guided by Safe Rescue’s veteran instructors, students train hands-on solving realistic rescue scenarios operating in real world conditions. Utilizing this type of applied learning allows trainees to apply the knowledge and skills gained during both classroom learning and hands-on training in actual rescue situations. Our brand new training complex offers both indoor and outdoor fields with innovative props and climate controlled classroom spaces for rescue courses taught by some of the top instructors in the Southeast.