Confined Space Rescue Tripod

Confined Space Rescue Tripod
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Product Details

confined space rescue tripod details:


Technical Specification




           Rescue
           Tripod

Model

MT-FT1

Material

High strength Aluminum

Operating Load

300Kg

Breaking Force

22KN(Steel wire Rope)

Working Scope

134-214cm

Closed Height

134cm

Extend Height

214cm

Dimension for reference

173*39*36cm

Weight

16.5Kg

Winch

Length of Wire

25m

Operating Load

200Kg

Breaking Force

1800KN


Introduction:

The confined space rescue tripod is a retractable foot made of high-strength lightweight alloy. It features a safety factor of more than 10, with a self-locking device for raising and lowering, and a special stainless steel wire rope. It has good flexibility and will not be corroded. Or lack of oil causes damage to the cable.


Structural features:

It consists of a main body, a sling, a winch and a ring protection chain.

1. Retractable feet made of high-strength lightweight alloy with a safety factor greater than 10 and a ring-shaped protection chain on the foot;

2. The winch is provided with a rising and falling self-locking device to ensure the safety of the sling;

3. The sling is made of special stainless steel wire rope, which has good flexibility and will not damage the steel rope due to corrosion or lack of oil;

4. Convenient assembly, the device suitable for local conditions is at the wellhead, the pit, and is not limited by the unevenness of the ground. Retractable feet made of high-strength lightweight alloy with a safety factor greater than 10 and a ring-shaped protective chain on the foot;


Use range:

The confined space rescue tripod is suitable for working in high places, cliffs and confined spaces. Common confined spaces include various types of storage tanks, containers, reactors, railway tankers, ship cabins, closed transport corridors, underground pipelines (such as cable trenches), flue, tunnels, and grain. Silos, pits, shafts, pulp ponds, sewage pools, sewers, mantles, septic tanks, sewage wells, sewers, etc., are mostly unconventional and non-continuous operations. Widely used in fire, municipal, and rescue agencies.


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