CMC Pro CSR2 Pulley System ~ Worth Another Look

Written By: Lance Piatt

The patented locking mechanism in our updated CSR2 Pulley is easy to release under load, creating much greater efficiency with the lowering and raising necessary to a confined space rescue. The machined aluminum swivels at both ends of the system eliminate any potential twisting of the lines. This system is also an excellent choice for confined space entry or rope access work where a heavy-duty pulley system is desired. Systems are UL Classified to NFPA 1983 (2012 ED) – General Use.


We’re going to be talking about the CSR2 Pulley System today.   Here we have our artificial high directional. CSR2 Pulley System comes assembled in a rope bag. G-rated manual locking carabiners.

This is a locking 4:1 pulley system. It doesn’t look like it because it doesn’t have that obvious tooth cam that hangs down like many other manufacturers do. How this locks is very different than anything else out there in a market. What happens is this one shiv is one-directional. It’s a one-directional bearing in it, and it’s also offset. So you see there are no teeth in there, nothing abrasive to the rope, very little movement. When more force is poured onto the system, you don’t have more force jamming the cam into the rope, damaging it. So the surface pressure is all throughout this area on the top of this pulley.

One of the other unique things on this pulley system is the side becket. The becket’s not hanging down below. What that gives us is full compression, pulley to pulley.

When it comes to that height clearance being an issue, we’re going to try to get as much clearance as we can, as much height as we can out of the pulley system.

This becket off to the side is also removable. So with an allen key, you can take out the screw there, take off the bracket, and then you can replace your rope with the sew in termination.

Each of the CSR2 Pulley Systems come with 200 feet of rope. That’s going to give you 50 feet of draw or extension of the 4 to 1 system.

So very responsive, no resetting or no dropping to let it settle into the lock. It locks immediately. Comes to a stop, we let go of the release cord and it stops it instantly.

  • All-new stronger, lighter-weight design
  • Available with either 11 mm (7/16 in) or 12.5 mm (1/2 in) Static-Pro Lifeline
  • Systems are UL Classified to NFPA 1983 (2017 ED) – General Use
  • CSR2 Pulley MBS 46 kN (10,341 lbf) / CSR2 Double Pulley MBS 45 kN (10,116 lbf)
  • Machined from solid block of high-grade aluminum
  • Includes (2) ProSeries® Aluminum Screw-Lock Carabiners, MBS 47 kN (10,566 lbf) – General Use
  • Includes 5 ft of 4 mm (5/32 in) nylon accessory cord to remotely control the locking mechanism
  • Made in USA



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