Fast Fours Mechanical Advantage System

Fast Fours Mechanical Advantage System Fast Fours. The Fast Fours is a simple variation on a standard set-of-fours. The difference is that the far end of the rope is not terminated on the becket of a pulley. Instead it is run through another progress capture pulley. This means that an operator can either pull on […]

Multi-Point Anchors | Rigging Physics II

Multi-Point Anchors _ Rigging Physics II wistiaEmbed = Wistia.embed(“nzl7yqegqq”); In this video, Pat discusses, front and center, vector forces their affects on anchors, structures and the materials used. Sterling Rope is the Official Rope of Rescue Response Gear’s The Rigging Lab. The Lab uses Sterling’s 11mm HTP Static for many of our rigging systems. A […]

Rigging Physics | Rigging Physics II

Physics apply to all of our lives. Ropes and rescue and rigging are no different. Pat discusses applied physics of rope rescue, hauling systems and the effects of gravity on raising and lowering objects. Sterling Rope is the Official Rope of Rescue Response Gear’s The Rigging Lab. The Lab uses Sterling’s 11mm HTP Static for […]

Aerial Ladders Use as Artificial High Directional | Rigging Physics II

Rope Access Training | Rigging Physics of Aerial Ladder AHDs. Training videos for courses on industrial rope access and search & rescue safety, techniques, procedures, equipment, harnesses and gear. Educational topics can include high angle rescue, rope rigging physics, tripod and multipod rigging, confined space access and sar rescue, tower rescue, fall protection, etc. Some […]