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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…

Tension and Compression Study | Rigging Physics II

Tension forces are two forces acting on one object, moving in opposite directions (away from one another) to stretch the object. Compression forces are two forces acting on one object, moving in opposite directions (towards one another) to compress or deform the object. In this video, the Arizona Vortex is…

Tech Pick of the Week | Episode 9 : Climb Tech Steel Rope Slings

This week on Tech Pick of the Week at Rescue Response Gear, we discuss the uses of the Climb Tech Steel Anchor Slings. These versatile slings come in differing lengths and create bomb proof anchors. ClimbTech Anchors RRG Products Used in this Solution: [products skus=”L22 P”] TweetPinShare

Tech Pick of the Week | Episode 7 How to Rig for the Shot

Welcome to this weeks Tech Pick of the Week. Every week where our Tech’s break down an industry best product, tricks or tips. Last week we broke down a simple haul system for light loads. In this Tech Pick we had to rig our camera operator into a tricky place…

Tech Pick of the Week | Episode 5 RAD Technique

This week on Tech Pick of the Week at Rescue Response Gear, Luke Bryan breaks down the RAD technique. The Rapid Ascent/Descent technique facilitates quick and easy progression, positioning and change from a rope access ascent to descent. All of which is accomplished while maintaining an acceptable number of points…
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