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  1. I am on the hunt for a new climbing line! What i am after is a rope with no sheath slippage when damaged, these ropes already exist in the rock climbing work with videos of sheath slip and objects decking out to go with it... think about it.... Everything we use relies on the sheath, zigzag, hitches, spider jacks, rope wrench etc... so your rope gets a tad worn or snags above you while working, that rubs away or just gets worse through weight bearing, the sheath is compromised and slips like taking a sock off.... end result is you going down. Doesn't take much to compromise the sheath when weighted to tear the whole way round. I know BEAL do a 'unicore' rope already for arb work but at 13mm, its way too big for SRT or zigzag. Video showing compromised sheath and the outcome to friction device.... think about it when your climbing next and you will see what i mean. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtURlhPssQI Anyone know anything that fits the bill? possibly Cousin Atrax potentially. Stay safe guys
  2. Bosque

    Loler DMM iD Smart Tags

    I was just wondering if anyone had bought/used or had any experience with the new DMM iD smart tags for Loler. Does it work reliably? When you retro-fit a tag to any item does it actually stay on the item? It's probably fine if you're a fair-weather climber and look after your gear but what about climbing through wet/dense/slimy/ivy-covered trees and shoving it back in your bag to rot like most tree surgeons. I can imagine the zip-tie tag to a harness and other textile products staying attached but the sticky dot they provide for the caribeeners seems unlikely....and....if it's still there (on a rigging pulley) after a year will it still work??? Please any info would be appreciated
  3. forestandarb.com

    Brand new Lowering line for 2016

    Good Afternoon Arbtalk! Hope we're all ok, thought we'd share that we have the first ForestAndArb exclusive of 2016 to show you all!! It comes in the form of a new lowering line from Marlow Ropes, and is called the DRACO! It's currently available in a 16mm diameter in 50m reels, and features a massive 74kN breaking strength! If you're looking for a new lowering line this year, its the one to go for! Available online here! Marlow Draco 16mm Lowering Rope
  4. Nigel

    Yale Cordage Factory Video

    Most people see Yale Cordage as the producer of some of the best Arborist Ropes on the market to date; this is a video of what other type of industries they are involved in with some intresting footage.
  5. YoGi_93

    Ropes used when climbing?

    Ive seen arborists working on anything from crown thinning to actually cutting sections down the trunk. They seem to be using several different ropes obviously i know the anchor. But what is the one they use to strap from their harness around the tree and back to the harness? Is it an average rope or a strop or a lanyard? Ive also seen them use a similar rope in set of two when climbing first time, alternating between the two ropes whilst gradually getting higher up the branches. What are they using? Sorry about the silly question im new to arboriculture doing a college course next year want as much info as i can get cheers
  6. Clark Forest

    Who are Clarks? A brief introduction

    Hi All, Welcome to ClarkForest's very own ArbTalk Forum! Please feel free to use this place for any feedback, (good or bad), requests product or service information etc, or even just for an old fashioned chin wag. To save clogging up the main forums with offers and deals, we'll also use this area to post details of our latest offers and promotions - so it's worth keeping an eye on here every so often for that. Most of you will probably already know of us, but for those who don't - Clark Forest are a Scottish based supplier of all sorts of forestry equipment. We stock an ever growing range of arborist equipment including tree climbing ropes from Yale, New England & Samson, tree climbing harnesses, from the best names in the industry including Petzl, Komet, TreeMotion and Skylotec, a wide range of carabiners, helmets & waterproof & thermal clothing etc. We're the UK's largest Oregon dealer, with huge stocks of chainsaw bars, chainsaw chains, chainsaw oils and chainsaw accessories. We've been going since 1924 and worked closely with the forestry industry ever since. Active on the ArbTalk forums are Blair, Yvonne and myself, James - so if you've any queries please feel free to fire them at any of us and we'll do our best to help. Alongside ArbTalk, we've got our online shop - which currently offers free UK delivery on orders placed online (Exc Highlands & Islands, sorry! We can & will always get the best P&P prices for packages going North, we've a huge customer base up there so we can get preferential rates from our couriers, so do please ask!). Hope to hear from you soon, Cheers James --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Clark Forest Parkgate Dumfries Scotland DG1 3NB 01387 860241 website: www.clarkforest.com email: webmail@clarkforest.com Shop Opening Hours: Mon - 8:00 to 17:00 Tue - 8:00 to 17:00 Wed - 8:00 to 17:00 Thu - 8:00 to 17:00 Fri - 8:00 to 16:30 Sat - 8:00 to 11:00 Sun - CLOSED --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

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