The Arizona Vortex Multipod, named the “Multipod” because of its flexibility, has a two-piece break-apart head that can be rigged as a standard tripod, or in advanced applications, as an A-Frame, a sideways A-Frame, or a Gin Pole. The “easel” leg allows the tripod to be leaned to form an easel A-Frame, placing anchor points closer to the cliff or stucture edge. With adjustable leg lengths and a versatile third leg, the Mulitpod lets rescuers set up an artificial high directional in virtually any urban, industrial or wilderness location.
The AZ VORTEX is ideal for most edge transition applications including confined space entry, as well as mine, cliff and indus- trial rescue operations. It is also well suited for bridge and dam inspection, rope access, construction trades, military and the entertainment industry.
Often called a “multipod” because of its flexibility, the two-piece head can be rigged as a standard tripod, or in advanced applications such as an A-frame, sideways A-frame, or Gin Pole. The “easel” leg allows the tripod to lean, creating an easel A-frame to position the change of direction pulley closer to the edge of the cliff or the structure.
With the adjustable leg lengths and the flexible third leg, the AZ VORTEX lets rescuers set up an artificial high directional in virtually any urban, industrial or wilderness location. The telescoping legs also project through the Head Set, providing a wide range of adjustment.
On the A-frame and easel A-frame application, at least two pulleys can be attached directly into the Head Set without carabiners, eliminating lost head space and working clearance. This two-pulley capability makes the AZ VORTEX ideal for use with high lines and track line offsets. For rope access work, it allows the use of two Main Lines.
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