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Found 7 results

  1. Treespasser

    Stein Kask Helmet Issue

    Hi all, I recently purchased a Stein Kask helmet to replace my Petzl helmet. I love the helmet but I have one issue with the ear defenders. I use the standard Husqvarna ear defenders (as used on my previous helmet) but I feel that they don't clamp down on my ears/head enough to provide decent ear protection. Has anyone else had this issue? I will either buy some Stihl Peltor ear defenders, or buy the thicker/wider Husqvarna style ones. Have any of you guys had this issue? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks, Jack
  2. Gallagher28

    Gear changes for CS38/9

    Hi all, I have been qualified in crosscutting, maintenance and small tree felling for a good few months now, and after a good amount of saving from a part time job (im 16), I would like to get another qualification. My issue(s), is that im not sure if my current PPE will work for tree climbing and free fall techniques. I know I will be required to buy the ropes etc, however I was wondering how much of the PPE I use for work on the ground will translate to CS38/9 if any. My current PPE is: Husqvarna forest helmet Stihl function ergo chainsaw trousers, whilst on my course my instructor mentioned that my trousers has no protection around the back, pointing out that they would not be the style used in climbing, is this correct? Husqvarna chainsaw wellingtons (24 m/s), are chainsaw boots mandatory for CS38 /9 or will I be able to get by with my wellingtons? I would also like to know if a normal climbing harness, carabiner and belay device would be of use? Thanks
  3. Your hearing is hellberg safety largest concern. Established since 1962, their focus has been on developing effective and comfortable hearing protection that eliminates harmful noise while allowing the sounds you want to hear to reach you. No hearing protection suits every environment; therefore you must choose a hearing protection suited for the actual noise environment you work in. Hellberg offer hearing protection suited for everything from low to extreme noise level environments. Regardless of whether you choose our headband, neckband or helmet mounted models, you get hearing protection with unique hellberg solutions that are always comfortable to use. Secure offers a complete range of highly comfortable hearing protection solutions no matter the requirements. Choose from various types of hearing protection all in three safety levels, clearly indicated in bright safety colours for easy identification and selection. The slim profile design increases stability and reduces the risk of snagging in confined areas. Featuring both passive and electronic earmuffs, secure appeals to all generations of professional users with high demands of quality, performance, technology and design. Fletcher stewart has been appointed as the master distributor for hellberg in the uk– for further information visit our website and to locate a stockist near you www.fletcherstewart.com.
  4. Just released for sale is the new STEIN SUPER PLASMA PL Hi-Visability Climbing Helmet Fitted with reflective tape and Glow-in-the-Dark fittings Visit your local Arborist Supply Retailer to find out more
  5. SGM is launching its brand new showroom in Inverkeithing, Fife with an Open Day offering one off deals as well as specialist services, advice and information. With a diverse range of products from the world’s leading brands, SGM is able to offer the latest innovations in tree care equipment and accessories to the professional arboriculture and forestry markets. The products we stock have been selected on the premise that they are of highest quality, fit for purpose and have been rigorously tested by industry experts. Everyone is welcome at our Open Day and attendance is free – come along on Thursday 28th April between 12noon and 8pm for excellent deals and more… Limited Stock - Fantastic deals for one day only! Yale XTC Rope, ½” – 37metres - £70.00 + VAT Stein Helmets - £ 39.00 + VAT Petzl Sequioa SRT Harnesses - £170.00 + VAT The above offers are valid for purchases made at SGM’s Main Showroom in Inverkeithing on Thursday 28th April between 12noon and 8pm only. Limited stock available. PRIZE DRAW Free entry at the SGM’s Open Day to win: First prize: Stihl MS200T with 14” bar and chain (Worth £650) Second prize: Pfanner Chainsaw Trousers (Gladiator – Design C) Third prize: Fully equipped Stein helmet One entry per person that attends the Open Day – winner will be picked on the day Even more reasons to come along: Largest Arboriculture Showroom in Scotland See NEW Stein SRT System, Pfanner clothing, RC Rigging Systems, Skywalker Hitch System. Hitch advice LOLER Q&A: ask about any item of kit you’re worried about FREE Karabiner cleaning service (up to 5 per person) Bring your chainsaw for a FREE Health Check from our trained engineers Trial area in store for harnesses Information and advice on LANTRA Certified training and NPTC assessments. Refreshments available for all visitors How to find us: Address: SGM House, Belleknowes Industrial Estate, Inverkeithing, Fife, KY11 1HZ (see PDF attached for map) From A90 North Bound: Exit at Junction 1 A985/A921. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Admirality Road (A921). Take the first left into Belleknowes Ind. Est. and follow the road down to the bottom and round to the left. From M90 South Bound: Exit at Junction 1 A985/A921. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Admirality Road (A921). Take the first left into Belleknowes Ind. Est. and follow the road down to the bottom and round to the left. Email your contact details to enquiries@sgm-uk.com or call 0800 432 0440 quoting ARBTALK for more information and to register your interest http___maps.google.co.pdf
  6. Hello all, I'm currently training, and i would like some advice on buying a climbing helmet and the cheapest place to purchase it. Thanks in advance! P.S. Does anybody know of any funding that is availiable to get my climbing tickets etc ?
  7. redmoosefaction

    X170 First footage on the slowped

    Finally got the X170 attached to the helmet... it's got some flare, should I change the exposure? or just not film into the sun? Another day at the office! Enjoy!! [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDGvT6AxM4U]YouTube - London England Motorbike Rush Hour Ride[/ame]

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