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for tying on to a rope round the waist. It can be used for tying the anchor point & etc.....
Pull Quick Bowline
Butterfly Knot A good knot for rebelays or for tying rub point out of a rope. It's main advantage is that the two strands of rope emerging from the knot are 180 degrees to one another rather than emerging in the same direction as in figure of eight for example. This makes Butterfly knot a good mid-rope knot and good for rebelays because it has greater strength than "figure of eight" if the belays fails.
Double Fisherman's Knot Double Fisherman's Knot is one of the strongest way to tie two ropes end to end (Joining Rope). It's easy to tie, can be untied and works well for joining ropes of different diameters.
Double Fisherman's Knot
Basic Knots - Figure of Eight A knot used to create a small loop in the rope, commonly used to connect a rope to a harness, end of rope, rigging or etc.... A figure of eight is also the term used to describe a popular type of descender
Figure of Eight Knot
Prusik Knot Excellent self-reversing friction knot suitable for belaying people when climbing and etc...... It can also be used for abseiling and gives a smoother ride than a stitcht plate.
Prusik Knots The Prusik knot was invented by Dr. Karl Prusik, and the Prusik Knot is useful in everyday climbing and search and rescue operations. The Prusik knot is one of a family of knots which are designed to slide along a rope when the body of the knot is held but will grip when loaded through its sling. Prusik Knots are still very useful in emergency situations for replacing a damaged or lost ascender or for temporarily tying off a rope. The knot grips best if you use a smaller diameter rope on a larger-diameter rope.