The zipSTOP braking device will change the challenge course business for the better. The zipSTOP uses a self-regulating magnetic braking technology to safely and gently stop zip line riders. The zipSTOP will meet a vital requirement for zipline operators by allowing passengers to safely brake at high speeds.
The zipSTOP SPEED is best suited for faster rider arrival speeds up to 72 kph (45 mph): The zipSTOP Zip Line Brake is the best brake for your zip line. It employs self-regulating eddy current magnetic braking technology to stop zip line riders smoothly, comfortably, and consistently.
What Makes the zipSTOP Speed Different:
The zipSTOP SPEED utilized an internal reduction in addition to an external 2:1 reduction system to smoothly arrest riders at the highest arrival speeds of any zipSTOP brake. This device must be used with an external 2:1 reduction line setup. The benefits of the SPEED include higher arrival speeds, improved automatic reset, and a smooth braking experience.
The assembly includes:
- zipSTOP Zip Line Brake device
- Brake trolley (depending on selection)
- Mounting bracket and hardware
Key zipSTOP Speed Benefits:
- Eddy current braking technology adjusts automatically to ensure a smooth rider deceleration.
- Allows for a wide variety of rider weights and speeds.
- Automatically resets after each rider, minimizing human error.
- Helps mitigate risk by removing human error from the rider or guides.
- Low cost of ownership.
- Able to withstand outdoor environments and work consistently in any conditions.
- Rated Working Capacity: 15 to 150 kg (33 to 330 lbs)
- Device Weight: 23.5 kg (52 lbs)
- Model Number: ZSSD150-20A
- Rated Working Velocity: 0 to 72 kph (0 to 45 mph) utilizing a 2:1 reduction*
- zipSTOP Installation manual (Apr 2021)
- zipSTOP Operation and Maintenance manual (Apr 2021)
*This device must be used with external 2:1 reduction.
- Maximum Line Extension: 20m
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