Triloaded Carabiners


I triloaded carabiners at the steepest angle i could and... you guessed it... it reduced the strength. Albeit higher than I originally thought. I believe it's proper term is called biaxial loading but we all throw "triloading" around so often that I am using it here.


Check out @Hard Is Easy as he will be going into this more himself!


Results:

Lowest force was 10.14kn "Triloading" the narrow side produced higher results.


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