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  1. First impressions on the DMM Captain Hook by Marcus Undery (@timberwolf190). Blog post by Marcus Undery Make sure you watch our Captain videos: [ame=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ao3KA0jFK5Y]Rec Climb with the Captain Hook[/ame] [ame=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhN8xMifJzI]DMM Captain Hook Promo[/ame] You can Pre-Order the DMM Captain Hook at TREEKIT now.
  2. TREEKIT are proud to offer two specialist workshops led by top level arborist and ART ambassador Joe Harris! Joe Harris is an arborist, contract climber and tree climbing trainer. He has worked in Europe, Australia, Asia and the US, as well as presenting at conferences and running workshops all over the world. He is a two-time Australian tree climbing champion and two-time world tree climbing silver medallist. Climbing Workshop - System Comparisons - Friday 28th of July 2pm to 6pm - followed by Pizza Rigging Workshop - Working with Angles - Saturday 29th of July 9am - 1:30pm - followed by Fish & Chips £39 exVAT each (including food) or £68 exVAT for both days. Courses will take place at TREEKIT. For more information check out: https://www.treekit.com/featured-products/joe-harris-specialist-workshops.html
  3. We are proud to announce that we will be running a FREE* workshop with Taylor Hamel in conjunction with DMM! To makes things even better - there will also be FREE pizza! Taylor will be demonstrating advanced doubled rope techniques (DdRT) and the combination of doubled rope and stationary rope (SRT) systems for safe, efficient and confident work positioning and movement in trees. *We have introduced a £10 charge for reserving your place. This will be reimbursed in the form of a £10 voucher to spend on DMM gear at TREEKIT. Because there are only limited places, we hope this nominal charge will prevent people from booking on but not turning up. For more information or to reserve your place visit: Free DMM Workshop at TREEKIT Taylor Hamel is an arborist and contract climber with 15 years in the tree care industry. He travels extensively and has worked as a contract climber as well as presenting workshops across the US, Canada, UK/EU and Australia. In 2016 Taylor became the North American rep for DMM International. He has recently become certified as a SPRAT Level 1 Rope Access Technician. He is also the creator of the popular YouTube series [ame=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4AlDpIZraA]Hitch Climber's Guide to the Canopy[/ame]
  4. SilverBull worked with Arborist first aid trainers for 2 years identifying the essential first aid items needed for Climbing Arborists or anyone using a chainsaw. A C.A.T Tourniquet and 6” Israeli Bandage are two potentially lifesaving items that with the right training, can be used to quickly stop a catastrophic bleed. The SilverBull P.A.T (Personal Arb Trauma) kit is designed to contain these two essential items and easily attach to a belt or climbing harness. The easy open function and “pull cord” release feature means the system can be easily operated using one hand. The bright orange colour and green First Aid symbol, make the SilverBull P.A.T Kit clearly identifiable by colleagues. The new Silverbull Arb Trauma Kit and it's contents are available at TREEKIT now. The new Silverbull Arb Trauma Kit and it's contents are available at TREEKIT now.
  5. We are hosting a weekend of applied splicing with Dan Dass (@theknottyboy) at TREEKIT on Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th February 2016. Dan is the head splicer from TreeGear Australia and founder of ReeCoil Full Reach Lanyard. For more information check out: http://arbtalk.co.uk/forum/treekit/95851-applied-splicing-workshop-dan-dass-treekit.html
  6. Two day Splicing Workshop with Dan Dass on Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th February 2016 at TREEKIT As part of our workshop schedule this year we are offering an exciting, one off, applied splicing weekend with Dan Dass (@theknottyboy), the head splicer from TreeGear Australia and founder of ReeCoil Full Reach Lanyard. Dan will be running a ram packed splicing program covering a broad variety of applied splicing techniques. The weekend is open to both; those new to splicing and those who have been splicing for a while but who may want to learn some new techniques and approaches. Day 1: Double Braid Splicing: Rope ID (fibres, strands, carriers etc) Inspecting Splices Overview of various rope break test results (what makes a difference) 24st Double Braid Splicing (11.7mm Yale) 32st Double Braid Splice, 10mm Ocean Polyester Day 2: High Mod Splicing: Intro to UHMWPE fibres What to know before building High Mod rope tools 12st High Mod Hollow Braid Splicing (Micro Frog SRT kit from Dyneema) High Mod Double Braid Splicing (Beeline 8mm Eye to Eye) Demo - Class 2 Eye Splice (cover bury) Attendees should bring splicing equipment with them on the day if they have it; however complete splicing kits will be available to purchase if required (10% off for Attendees). £199 ex.VAT - including lunch on both days and rope pack worth over £50. Book online now or give us a call on 01202 573 575. See you there!

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