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  1. Hi all. I’m collecting information regarding anchor points in treecare. If any has the time to answer a few questions in this survey I’d be most grateful Anchor Points in tree care DOCS.GOOGLE.COM Gärna svara på svenska om ni vill.
  2. Fly can be spliced in different ways. The problem is getting the splices to pass the dynamic load testing requirements for the European standard due to its loose braid it has a tendency to slip under dynamic loading even with a high static breaking strain. It’s very important to do dynamic tests on arborist splices. Instructions for the splice pictured will be available soon from Teufelberger. Static breaking strength 21kn/5minutes Dynamic breaking strength 6kn/x5
  3. Hi both the drenaline and tachyon spLIFE will fit through a zigzag if made correctly.
  4. Hi. Contact Teufelberger regarding spLIFE certification. If you are a Teufelberger retailer you can get certified by them to splice their ropes
  5. Oskstag yes that would certainly fit with the tree in question. Chrondostereum purpureum it is!
  6. Can anyone identify this?On birch. My fungi ID is pretty good and this really has me stumped. Have searched long and hard in all of my books and online....
  7. Published: 2016-12-13 In Solna Swedish Markservice Resources AB is a subsidiary of the Swedish Land Services AB, one of Sweden's leading land management. In Land Resource Service's service offering includes both short-term and long-term leasing of personnel and consulting services in recruitment and HR support. Through high attendance, a proactive approach and an industry-specific service offerings creates Markservice Resource added value and flexibility for the green industry. We are now looking for an arborist to Swedish Land Services arborist team that will build the site office in Spånga, but work throughout the greater Stockholm with neighboring localities. In the service, you work together with colleagues to perform secure tree care work on both internal and external orders. You are looking for are likely to have a completed arborist training on the merit list, either in Sweden or abroad, and has also worked in a similar role previously perched among the branches and tree tops. Driving license is a requirement for the service, the BE is an advantage. In service, it is important to always have safety splash present to guarantee your, colleagues and other citizens. As a person you are driven, trustworthy and have good interpersonal skills. Good language skills in Swedish is advantageous but English works just as well. For the right person we offer a job in one of the industry's leading companies with a successful business and talented employees. The service is a permanent position with the initial probationary period. We will call to interview current and would therefore advise you to submit your application as soon as possible through our website Markservice Resurs - Svensk Markservice or email address ansokan@markserviceresurs.se. Land Resource Service is responsible for recruitment, but you will be directly employed by the Swedish Land Service. Learn more about your future employer on Välkommen till Svensk Markservice. - Svensk Markservice
  8. Great oppurtunity here to work as part of a small arborist crew on varied contracts all over the greater Stockholm area. Swedish speaker desirable but not essential. Arborist sökes till tillsvidareanställning, Svensk Markservice Markservice AB - Gröna Jobb
  9. Theres a stand of c60m grand firs in Powys
  10. Modified spikes for rope ascent. The Basic wasn't the best choice of ascender as it has a locking gate on the cam, but it's just what i had going spare. Bolt into the lower part of the ascender where it slots behind the gaff, and epoxy resin between the shank and the ascender for extra security.
  11. <p>hey Drew...Just wanted to say nice one for sharing such consistently informative stuff on here! I'm just getting into using SRT as a work system on a rope wrench...from what i can work out its all about the throwline skills...am i right...are you getting your TIP installed from the ground or do you ever have to rearrange your TIP once youre up there? i can see that being a pain! thanks, Joe</p>

  12. Received this message from a close friend who's doing arb work in Sydney at the moment...I followed it up and the guy is mad keen but the timing is not right for me...sounds like an OK firm with nice kit and stuff....heres the message - 'there is a guy in Sydney looking for 3 to 4 arborists if anyone is interested contact him as he is a little desperate im sure a great deal can be struck. the guy has a mewp and uses it as often as is needed so nothing dodgy has to be climbed he is also the head of the arb association out here so he is a credible guy. if interested his email is generalforest@bigpond.com, office number 0297482323 mob. 0418245502 dial code +61. he said he will offer sponsorship so anyone who has come on a working visa previously will be fine to come again and im sure you can get you flight paid for also if you play your cards right like i said he is well keen to get a few climbers by the new year. let me know if anyone contacts him or is interested as he is in contact with me and if no one is interested i can let him know.'
  13. I would reccomend using a tape sling as a footloop. stand slightly to one side of the tree with one spike in the tree and the other foot in the loop.
  14. i don't have permission to climb them however i have been involved with tree climbing projects on the land before so i cant see it being an issue especially if there's a possibility of the trees being nationally recognized or significant.


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