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DMM IMP Brass Nut 2-4 Set

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Size Guide
DMM Micro Nuts Size Chart

DMM HB Brass Offset

Number Colour Size - Depth x Long Edge (mm) Strength (kN) Weight (g)
0 Gold 3.7x5.5 2
5
1 Blue 4.3x6.5 4 7
2 Red 5.6x7.5 5 9
3 Silver 6.0x8.5 5 10
4 Purple 7.5x10.2 7 14
5 Green 8.6x11.7 7 17
6 Silver 9.8x13.9 10 24

 

DMM IMPs Brass Nut

Number Colour Size - Depth x Long Edge (mm) Strength (kN) Weight (g)
1 Blue 4.0x5.6 4
4
2 Red 4.8x6.4 5 8
3 Silver 6.4x7.9 5 10
4 Purple 7.9x9.5 7 13
5 Green 9.5x11.1 7 16

 

The DMM IMP Brass Nut 2-4 Set contains sizes two, three and four from the climbing nut range that allows you to exploit marginal placements. These climbing nuts are the ideal basis for any experienced leader's rack of micro gear.

The nut heads are made from brass which allow for both a good bite and also resistance to shear forces so they can lock into the rock well yet resist being pulled through the placement. The strength is increased due to the heads being soldered directly onto the thicker stainless steel wires. 

These wires benefit from a colour coded alloy swage that is only dinked on one side i.e. one wire runs free so that the head is always loaded optimally when it holds a fall. The colour coded swage helps with selecting the right size first time.

These little units come in five sizes and are available either individually or in a variety of sets.

Specifications

DMM I.M.P Brass Nut 1 Blue 4kN 4g
DMM I.M.P Brass Nut 2
Red 5kN 8g
DMM I.M.P Brass Nut 3
Silver  5kN 10g
DMM I.M.P Brass Nut 4
Purple 7kN 13g
DMM I.M.P Brass Nut 5

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05/17/2012
Clay C

A great way to increase your gear placing options!

A lot of people view microwires with suspicion, only placing them as a last resort and never expecting them to hold a fall. I climb mostly on quarried limestone, which is often sparsely protected and on which micros are extremely useful at even the lower

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