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Rescue Index

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Alpine Butterfly Loop Bowline Clove Hitch (End) Distel Hitch Directional Figure 8 loop Double Fisherman's Double O'hand Stopper Figure 8 Fig 8 Bend (Join) Fig 8 Follow Loop Figure 8 Double Loop Figure 9 Loop Girth (Strap) Hitch Handcuff Knot Hasty Webbing Harness Prusik Knot Purcell Prusik System Super Munter Radium Release Hitch Spanish Bowline Tensionless Hitch Water Knot

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Alpine Butterfly Loop Bowline Clove Hitch (End) Distel Hitch Directional Figure 8 loop Double Fisherman's Double O'hand Stopper Figure 8 Fig 8 Bend (Join) Fig 8 Follow Loop Figure 8 Double Loop Figure 9 Loop

Instructions: Move the mouse over each knot. Look at the description to find out what it can be used for. Click on the knot you wish to see. On the new page wait until the selected knot starts to tie itself.

Girth (Strap) Hitch Handcuff Knot Hasty Webbing Harness Prusik Knot Purcell Prusik System Super Munter Radium Release Hitch Spanish Bowline Tensionless Hitch Water Knot
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Rescue Knots Index

Rescue Knots Index

Index of Animated Search and Rescue Knots

This page provides an Index of Animated Search and Rescue Knots. Each photo is a link to the Interactive Step by Step Animation. The picture shows all the knots as a reference.

Welcome to Search and Rescue Knots

Selection

This selection of knots was suggested by Greg Felton who requested a section devoted to Search and Rescue (SAR). We initially supposed that this selection would just be a subset of the climbing page. However, Greg introduced me to the Tensionless Hitch as well as the Emergency Webbing Harness and we decided that a section devoted to SAR would be appropriate.

The final selection of knots is based on consultation with, and advice from, people working in Search and Rescue.

Emphasis

As with Climbing knots, the emphasis for SAR is on reliability and safety. It is also desirable that each knot can be untied reasonably easily.

Make a selection from the images above or go to the Options Page.

Disclaimer: Any activity that involves ropes is potentially hazardous. Lives may be at risk - possibly your own. Considerable attention and effort have been made to ensure that these descriptions are accurate. However, many critical factors cannot be controlled, including: the choice of materials; the age, size, and condition of ropes; and the accuracy with which these descriptions have been followed. No responsibility is accepted for incidents arising from the use of this material.

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