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Frequently asked questions
What is a carabiner?
A carabiner is a special kind of connector. You could see it as a metal loop with a spring for automatic closing. The hook is used a lot for activities where they work with rope, like climbing, sailing, window cleaning, and many activities in the construction sector. They are also convenient for putting up shade sails in your garden. Wovar offers a wide range of carabiners, including galvanised, stainless steel, and black carabiners.
How does a carabiner work?
You can simply push open the clasp with your fingers. The spring causes it to close again automatically. This means a carabiner is a convenient tool to quickly connect several items to each other.
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Looking for carabiners? Wovar supplies a strong stainless steel carabiner and galvanized for every quick connection. A carabiner is also called a carabiner hook, climbing hook, or quickdraws. A carabiner makes it possible to fasten chains, shade cloths, etc. at lightning speed. The hinged part closes itself completely, making it almost impossible to release it.
Wovar carabiners are available in stainless steel and galvanized steel. The sizes are very diverse. The thicker the carabiner, the stronger the carabiner. Galvanized carabiners are stronger than stainless steel carabiners. This is because Stainless Steel is softer than galvanized steel. The advantage of stainless steel carabiners is that they do not oxidize. Not even after minor damage. Galvanized carabiners can rust after the zinc layer has been damaged.
Order stainless steel or galvanized carabiners for the lowest price at Wovar. Take advantage of our high volume discount and order at least 10 pieces. Companies in the construction and gardening industry are advised to sign up for a business account to take advantage of additional benefits such as discounts.