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WNS and Rope Decontamination

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

With WNS continuing to threaten bat populations across North America, the National White-Nose Syndrome Decontamination Protocol has been updated. With this update, the new suggested decontamination process for gear is to soak for 20+ minutes at 122°F or greater (PMI recommends not exceeding 140°F). This can be achieved by turning up your water heater and putting the gear through a soak cycle on your washing machine, followed by a wash. You can find the complete protocol here.

For further reference, here is information released by PMI regarding decontaminating your ropes with bleach.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about how to clean and decontaminate your PMI gear: PMI Customer Service – custserv@pmirope.com or 800-282-ROPE (7673).

Updated February 18, 2013

Ok, I bought a rope, so now what?

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

After you’ve made your rope selection, which is a whole other process that will have a blog post on here soon, what do you do with your rope? What do you do after you’ve done all your research and made the best choice for your rope needs? The things to do to maximize your rope’s life are not all that hard to figure out. Here I’m going to break down what you should do from when you receive the box with your rope in it to when you remove it from service in just 6 steps. (more…)

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