Produced to order
Spliced by the Jimmy Green Rigging Team
Designed to help move heavy loads
Plain Bearing Fiddle Blocks
Cam Cleat to grip line
Select by length extended excluding 1 metre tail
3 metres = standard extension
6 metres = Longer reeved line
Jimmy Green Handy Billy 4:1 Purchase System
All Jimmy Green Block and Tackle components are selected, measured, cut to length, spliced, whipped and reeved together in house by the Jimmy Green Rigging Team.
These purchase systems are produced to order and therefore subject to splicing order lead times
Jimmy Green Block and Tackle Facts and Features:
The Jimmy Green 4:1 purchase system is designed to help move heavy loads by effectively dividing the weight you need to lift by a factor of 4.
Based on a maximum straight lift for a single person of 20kg, this purchase system is not suited to lifting loads > 80kg
The top fiddle features a cam to grip the retrieved line
Reeved Line Colour: white with blue coding
Jimmy Green Handy Billy 4:1 Purchase System Specification:
3 metres extended length plus 1 metre tail
12 metres 8mm LIROS Braid on Braid EVO bright white polyester with blue fleck spliced to the becket on a fiddle block with cam cleat and reeved in combination with a fixed fiddle block.
Longer Version - Approximately 6 metres extended
24 metres 8mm LIROS Braid on Braid EVO bright white polyester with blue fleck spliced to the becket on a fiddle block with cam cleat and reeved in combination with a fixed fiddle block.
The fiddle has a stainless steel carabine hook and 1 metre 8mm LIROS 3 strand polyester spliced on to the other end.
The hook makes for an easy snap on action to secure the load.
Jimmy Green 4:1 Component Parts:
- Fiddle plain bearing blocks: 30/45mm diameter sheaves, MBL 740kg
- Reeved line: LIROS braid on braid EVO polyester, 8mm diameter, MBL 2290kg
- One metre tail: LIROS 8mm 3 strand white polyester, 8mm diameter, MBL 1400kg
- Stainless steel carabine hook: Makefast 80mm x 8mm, similar hook MBL 400kg
- Spliced and reeved by the Jimmy Green Rigging Team
MBL = The break load rating published by the manufacturer or distributor