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Hi,

I am posting this on behalf of a group of young engineers. We are we are working a design of a new SRT ascending/descending friction device that can be certified by CE. Our aim is to get the certification as well as to make the climbing process as comfortable as possible. Therefore, we would love to hear from real tree surgeons about what would they want this device to do to make their job easier. So we can have an idea about what would be more important to consider while designing this new device. If you can complete the survey bellow we would very appreciate it.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/DV3RJHG

 

Thank you for your time.

 

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19 hours ago, Khriss said:

..that was hard , bit confusing question matrix , K

Sorry about it we tried to make it short and easy as possible

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19 minutes ago, Liluz said:

Sorry about it we tried to make it short and easy as possible

Ahh well, I tried. Bought a unicender this year so will not be buying and more tree kit until that pine box gets nailed shut ;) k

 

*awaits Felix' cutting remarks* ;)

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Done, like many others I use a rope runner most of the time.  I've tried all sorts and settled on that for now and zig zag when i climb drt.  Happy to talk through my perceptions of rr benefits and  limitations if helpful. 

 

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