Lashing blocks

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Single block / with friction / lashing / max. rope ø 10 mm

When used in conjunction with heavy loads (mastfoot block, spinnaker tack point),...

Single block / with friction / lashing / max. rope ø 14 mm

When used in conjunction with heavy loads (mastfoot block, spinnaker tack point),...

Double block / roller bearing / lashing / max. rope ø 6 mm

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Triple block / roller bearing / lashing / max. rope ø 6 mm

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Single block / plain bearing / lashing / max. rope ø 8 mm

KBO lashing blocks have the best size...

Double block / roller bearing / lashing / max. rope ø 8 mm

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Single block / ball bearing / lashing / max. rope ø 10 mm

They may look similar to some of our competitors...

Single block / ball bearing / lashing / max. rope ø 14 mm

They may look similar to some of our competitors...

Double block / ball bearing / lashing / max. rope ø 8 mm

T2™ blocks come in single and double configurations and can...

Double block / ball bearing / lashing / max. rope ø 10 mm

T2™ blocks come in single and double configurations and can...

Double block / ball bearing / lashing / max. rope ø 12 mm

T2™ blocks come in single and double configurations and can...

Double block / ball bearing / lashing / max. rope ø 6 mm

T2™ blocks come in single and double configurations...

How to choose this product

lashing-block

The development of new fibers has modernized marlinspike seamanship. Stainless steel shackles used to attach blocks are being replaced by fiber shackles.

Applications

The fiber shackle first appeared on racing boats to reduce weight, as well as for security. If the block sheave breaks, the fiber shackle that secured it will support the load on the line.

Technologies

This type of block shackle is usually made of Dyneema®, which is easy to work with on board. A loop, a strap or a jackrope is used to attach the block to the deck or rigging.

How to choose

A lashing block must be chosen as a function of the load to be supported, preferably with a margin of security, given the dynamic nature of rigging tension on a sailboat.

Advantages

- Reduced weight
- Superior resistance
- No seizing
- Easily adjusted

Disadvantages

- Requires careful handling

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