Height of Lifeline ?in an aerial Adventure Park                              1
Height of Lifeline ?                                  6.6 – 7.5 ft (2.00 – 2.30 m)5.2 – 6 ft (1.60 – 1.80 m)              ...
Lifeline “Out-of-Reach” ?                            3
(1) More Impressive Elements …… no ropes “at hand” to help guests… always the possibility to seize lanyard when necessary…...
(2) Great Convenience for Guests …… platforms are free of any obstacle, of any "mid-height" rope… fun & thrills on element...
(3) By Peaks, up to 20% higher Throughput …                         … no handling on platforms & therefore no loss of time...
(4) Lower Risk of Injury…… no contact with safety devices… in case of fall, shorter fall’s distance                       ...
(5) Ideal for Zip-lines …… no need to install additional trolley… always ready with slightly pre-tense lanyard            ...
(6) Ideal for Kids Trails …                              … no handling, no extra trolley                              … th...
TheHeight of lifeline has a Major Impact on Operation -  ComparisonThe lifeline “AT MID-HEIGHT” (1.60-1.80 m / 5.2-6ft) : ...
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Height of lifeline in Aerial Adventure Park ?

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The height of lifeline of aerial adventure park has a great impact in terms of fun, thrills, adrenaline rush, customer convenience and operating efficiency. The lifeline "out of reach" shows numerous advantages - Have a look !

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  1. 1. Height of Lifeline ?in an aerial Adventure Park 1
  2. 2. Height of Lifeline ? 6.6 – 7.5 ft (2.00 – 2.30 m)5.2 – 6 ft (1.60 – 1.80 m) or 2
  3. 3. Lifeline “Out-of-Reach” ? 3
  4. 4. (1) More Impressive Elements …… no ropes “at hand” to help guests… always the possibility to seize lanyard when necessary… reduces number of rescues 4
  5. 5. (2) Great Convenience for Guests …… platforms are free of any obstacle, of any "mid-height" rope… fun & thrills on elements while relaxing on (tiny) platforms 5
  6. 6. (3) By Peaks, up to 20% higher Throughput … … no handling on platforms & therefore no loss of time … no need to install additional trolley for zip-lines 6
  7. 7. (4) Lower Risk of Injury…… no contact with safety devices… in case of fall, shorter fall’s distance 7
  8. 8. (5) Ideal for Zip-lines …… no need to install additional trolley… always ready with slightly pre-tense lanyard 8
  9. 9. (6) Ideal for Kids Trails … … no handling, no extra trolley … the safety device simply rolls, follows the guest 9
  10. 10. TheHeight of lifeline has a Major Impact on Operation - ComparisonThe lifeline “AT MID-HEIGHT” (1.60-1.80 m / 5.2-6ft) : The lifeline “OUT OF REACH” (2-2.30m / 6.6-7.5ft) :• is a must for karabiners (unclip/clip on each platforms – • More challenging & impressive elements 2 to 4 handlings) • No ropes “at hand” to help guests• The lifeline is always “at hand”, greatly reducing the • More impressive with always the possibility to seize challenge lanyard• The anchorage of the lifeline shall be passed over by the • More impressive while avoiding additional risks of guests on the platforms rescues • Great convenience for guests • Platforms are free of any "mid-height" ropes • Fun & thrills on elements while relaxing on platforms • Always ready for zip-lining & with slightly pre-tense lanyard • Up to 20% more throughput by peaks • No handling on platforms & therefore no loss of time • No need to install additional trolley for the zip-lines • Lower risk of injury • No contact with safety devices • in case of fall, shorter fall’s distance 10
  11. 11. Thank you 11

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