Crib Gogh Constrictor 35 Patrol Rucksack

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Description

Crib Gogh Constrictor 35 Patrol Rucksack

Crib Gogh – For The Ultimate Equipment to Survive the Extremities the World has to Offer.
Designed and developed in the UK, This is the rucksack all other rucksacks aspire to be

A fully patented rucksack developed with a spinal surgeon from the Royal College of Physicians. It has a unique patented back system and chassis that allows any number of equipment configurations to be deployed in any given terrain of theatre and is carried with comfort over the most inhospitable terrains

Designed as a 35ltr day/patrol sack but will expand to carry 130ltrs of kit with add-ons attached through our patented chassis system.

With a truly unique multi-functional rucksack like no other: Previous rucksack manufacturers have tried to do the add-on with limited success but our patented system gives the combat soldier options like never before. All other rucksacks are static applications this is world first as it designed to evolve as and when technology is available the constrictor is ready to adapt and integrate it.

A consistant standard bearer in a number of bio-mechanical trials where the constrictor has been trialled against the market leaders and has come first.

The Constrictor was developed with a spinal surgeon from the RCP (Royal College of Physicians) and complies with BS 13407-1999. All the rucksacks have a stress tolerance to exceed a 100 kilo pay-load. They are designed to protect the spine and distribute weight correctly along the back, reducing wear and problems later in life with the lumbar region of the spine. All the bar-tacks machined-in exceed the industry standard and have set new breaking strains, to the point where the rucksacks will not only allow a wounded colleague to be dragged to safety, but will in fact tow a transit van. (Torque on a transit van is 3200nm, our breaking strain is 3411nm)

The system is completely unique, patented and has design copy right. It consists of the following features:

24 anchor points
20 lash points
7 compression straps
2 Ice Axe Loops
2 Pole Loops
2 external wand pockets
12 crampon loops (daisy chain)
Haul loop attachments
Bungee loops for a bungee mesh
Drainage
MOLLE compatible
2 Axe/Pole stays
Top and side carry handles (will fit ballistic gloves)
Camelbak/Source compatible to exceed 3ltr reservoir both L&R access
3 way shoulder strap adjustment (aids on the move comfort)
Strain reduction/weight distribution poly carbonate inserts machined in the shoulder straps
S shaped style shoulder straps for a comfort fit with attachments for the new combat chest rig
2 extra lash points on the shoulder straps
2 webbed accessory stays on the shoulder straps
2 utility clips on the shoulder straps
Anti-snag attachments on all adjustment straps
Padded hip belt with bellows pockets
Patented padded spinal protection
Will take the new soldier platform combat ballistic plates and chest rig
Air-vent circulation for cooling and to wick sweat away
Will take the new soldier TE (thermo electric) cooling system
2 external bellows pockets with internal wand pockets
Top lid pocket with rain cover
Underside lid personal organiser with lash point (Zipped)
Compatible with our patented inflatable canoe sack
All components are IRR compliant
1000d/600d fabric options

The Constrictor’s chassis system allows all awkward and unwieldy equipment to be loaded and secured to each of the anchor points on the chassis. This will allow any specialist combat equipment to be attached without compromising the carriers PPE, such as a field combat medics kit and associated stretchers, defibrillator etc, an ECM, mortar/LAWS attachments, giving full lateral twist and articulation from C7 to the iliac line. These allow faster response times when loaded.

The Constrictor is a 35+8ltr patrol rucksack that is a top loader. It is designed and built to last. When the add-ons are attached to the anchor points it will expand to 130ltr removing the requirement for a full size Bergen. We have 2 back sizes which fit the ninety five percentile requirement of the UK MoD and complies with the human elements factors, it is suitable for women. (The Long Back is a special order only). The add-ons are mission specific and can be tailored to suit the individual regiment’s requirements. (Medical, SF, Engineers etc). We have a 7.62 belt fed system for a GPMG that feeds straight from the back of the sack for support fire teams (removing breach contamination on current operations). This can be tailored to 5.56 LMG. This allows the weapon to remain in the users hands at all times, removing the issues currently suffered by MOLLE. It is the only true modular back system on the market at the moment and it is the only complete combat system that will integrate within different units reducing logistical headaches and in-theatre compliance issues.

This is not a static application and it has been designed to evolve with technologies as and when they are ready to go into service. It will serve and excel in both a symmetrical combat scenario and in any asymmetrical combat environment.

The current trend to front loaders/Panel loader/Clam shell rucksacks have a single point of failure and many seasoned veterans in combat (as well as extreme survival) tend to favour the top loader and the Constrictor is 85% field-serviceable but it that well made we feel that this is highly unlikely that it will ever let you down. We offer a limited lifetime warranty with this unit.

The trials and development team have trialled the Constrictor against the market leaders in a number of bio mechanical tests (information source http://www.a-esolutions.com/index.php?id=testing-new-rucksacks-field-trial and their independent comment) and it has consistently come first in all areas.

The constrictor has undergone a huge number of trials and developments and has been tested in the Jungle, Desert, Urban and the Arctic and it is the only rucksack that has been tested and certified to STANAG 2895.

These units are all tested to British Standard Kite marks, EU Kite marks and ISO requirements where available;
Colour Fastness to Light (ISO 105 B02-2000/Amendment 2:2000; use Xenon arc lamp)
Grade (B.S.) 6 Above
Tensile Strength (ISO 13934-1-1999; Instron CRE – 2” Strip)
Warp (N) 2560
Weft (N) 1731
Tensile Strength (ISO 13934-1-1999; Instron CRE – 1” Grab)
Warp (N) 2280
Weft (N) 1515
Tearing Strength (ISO 13937-1-2000; Elmendorf)
Warp yarns torn (N) >64
Weft Yarns Torn (N) >64

Water Resistance (ISO 811-1981; – Hydrostatic Head; Rate of increase of water pressure: 60 cm/min, temp of distilled water: 20 degree C) SGS Report 937428TX-G

Phosphorus testing was done to comply with FMVSS 302- Test FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD No. 302 as there are no defined standards for this test or non written for a combat requirement. Crib Gogh has set this standard as the industry bench mark.

Attachment strap This set to attain BS 5131 Pt 51.11.1981(1992) and exceeded the required set limit attaining 2209.2N for fabric rupture. SGS Report 3359393TX

All Buckles supplied and fitted: These were all tested to BS 5131 Pt 51.11.1981(1992) SGS Report 3359394

Special rot proof yarn test: ISO 2062-1993

Strength (G)
Average 3411.00
Maximum 3810.0
Minimum 3054.0 CV (%) 6.3 SGS Report 3359397TX

All Zips supplied and fitted: Tested to BS 3804-2006 and exceeded minimum requirements. SGS Report 3401078TX

Additional information

Technical Specification

Testing Standards and Specifications Attained

#1
Material Colour Fastness to light: Woven 1000% Polyester (Black x1 OD Green x1)
Standard Reference ISO 105 B02-2000/Amendment 2:2000; Uses Xenon arc lamp
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102O2768TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Grade (B.S.) 6 + Above

#2
Material Tensile Strength: Woven 1000% Polyester (Black x1 OD Green x1)
Standard Reference ISO 1394-1-1999: Instron CRE-2” Strip
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102O2768TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Warp (N) 289.7 Weft (N) 309.7

#3
Material Tensile Strength: Woven 1000% Polyester (Black x1 OD Green x1)
Standard Reference ISO 1394-1-1999: Instron CRE-1” Grab
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102O2761TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Strength (N) 2748 Maximum

#4
Material Tear Strength: Woven 1000% Polyester (Black x1 OD Green x1)
Standard Reference ISO 13937-2000; – Elmendorf
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102O2768TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Warp Yarns (N) >64, Weft Yarns (N) >64

#5
Material Water Resistance: Woven 1000% Polyester (Black x1 OD Green x1)
Standard Reference ISO 811-1981; Hydrostatic Head; Rate of increase water pressure:
60cm/min, Temperature of distilled water 20c
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102O2768TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result
Side facing water column 1# 2# 3# 4# 5# Average
>1000 >1000 >1000 >1000 >1000 >1000

#6
Material Flammability (Anti-phosphorus)
Standard Reference Flammability (horizontal) per FMVSS 302 Code of federal regulations title 49
Transport section 571.302
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102O2768TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Submitted specimens meet the specified requirements of FMVSS.302

#7
Material Shoulder strap breaking strain
Standard Reference Attachment strength of strap (BS5131, Part 11:1981 (1992)
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL1310202741 TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Attachment strength of strap (BS5131, Part 11:1981 (1992)
2209.2 Fabric Rupture

#8
Material 3x All Buckles fitted ¾” 1” 1½”
Standard Reference Attachment strength of strap: BS5131, Part 11:1981 (1992)
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL 1310202743TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result ¾” 153.62 (KG) Buckle Broken (exceeding the standard)
1” 222.16 (KG) Buckle Broken (exceeding the standard)
1½” 246.22(KG) Buckle Broken (exceeding the standard)

#9
Material Module Spun Rot-proof polyester threads (Green) Machine assembly of bag
Standard Reference Single yarn strength ISO-2062-1993
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKLS1310202746TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Strength G Average=3411.0 Maximum=3810.0 Minimum=3054.0
CV%=6.3 Pass to BS kite mark standard

#10
Material 2 samples of woven Zipper (black for bag) (A) YKK (B) Millon
Standard Reference Zipper Strength BS 3084-2006, Performance code C requirement Test #5 reciprocating test
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL1310202749 TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Sample (A) exceeds 500 cycles Sample (B) exceeds 500 cycles

#11
Material Complete manufactured rucksack designated as a Constrictor Manufactured by Crib Gogh Ltd
Standard Reference Defined as STANAG 2895
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKS113102O2766 TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result To Freeze the rucksack at –45 C for 168 hours and test all components for 50 cycles of operation efficiency. The Test Parameter was exceeded:

#12
Material All fabric supplied by CG that has any part of the rucksack construction
Standard Reference One hundred and thirty eight (138) substances in the candidate list of substances of Very High Concern {SVHC} for authorization published by the European Chemicals Agency tECtlA) on Dec t9 2012 regarding regulation {EC} No 19O7/2OO6 concerning the REACH.
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference SHSL 1303053394 TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Pass