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Arizona Vortex Basic Configurations Overview

What is an Anchor Frame vs Directional Frame? ANCHOR FRAME: The structure/surface selected must sustain a static load equal to that specified for the application, in the direction permitted by the system when in use. DIRECTIONAL FRAME: The load factor of the directional pulley must be considered when determining the…

Two Rope Tension System A-Frame Resultant Insight, Part 2

Two Rope Tension System A-Frame Resultant Insight, Part 2 To review, this simplest way to make sure it’s stable is to visualize your resultants and make sure they’re landing within the footprint of your system. Then provide some guying for stability and the insurance that in the event that someone…

Two Rope Tension System A-Frame Resultant Insight, Part 1

Two Rope Tension System A-Frame Resultant Insight, Part 1 In the next section, Jason will walk you through some different variations of high directionals and systems and go over how to manage a high directional. But first, let’s review some of the basic concepts starting with a term you’re going…
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