Whenever the highest amount of professionalism is required for fall protection and rescue or rope-assisted high altitude jobs, it is a special case for the special climbing unit from Bad Soden-Salmünster in Germany. These certified high-altitude rescue workers and industrial climbers are on duty on the highest office buildings, nuclear power plants, wind power stations and sports arenas. The nuclear power plant of Neurath, the largest power plant in construction worldwide has been secured by the special climbing unit for years on 24-hour basis. Besides that, the company houses the first state-recognized professional climbing school and a store for industrial climber requirements on a surface of 450qm.
As originator of industrial high-industrial rescue and for combining handcraft and high-altitude work for the first time, Manuel Marburger was awarded with the Founder's prize of the state of Hessen for the smartest business idea of the year 2006. Lightweight, absolutely reliable, universal and featuring an aggressive serration: these are the requirements of the climbing specialists on their cutting tools. Now the special unit is finally working with their all-time favorite knife, the Böker Gemini, in the proper company colors black and yellow.
In order to have quick and fast access to the knife at all times, is has additionally been equipped with a high-quality multifunction holster which can either be attached to the belt, thigh or to any Molle-compatible system surface. Consequently, even the knife can even be stored temporarily in the open position. Originally developed by Henk Kraaijvanger, active soldier of the Royal Dutch Air Force in collaboration with his business partner Countrystore Epe for carrying in combination with bullet-proof vests, it also performs superbly with the professionals at great heights. Blade steel 4034. Includes pocket clip. Strictly limited to 100 pieces worldwide. Available from May 2012. Overall length: 21 cm. Blade length: 9 cm. Weight: 93 g.