Our preferred zip line braking method is the Bungee Brake, bringing riders to a smooth and gentle stop. This type of brake is considered a passive braking system and not dependent upon the rider at all.
The mounted block on the zip line cable is made to slide freely. Attached to the block is a bungee cord. When the rider zips down the cable, near the 3/4 mark, the rider's pulley bumps into the block, as the rider continues travel, the bungee cord stretches and slows the rider down until he stops. The bungee cord retracts and the riders slide backwards on the cable until they reach the lowest point of the zip line.
10 mm Heavy-Duty Bungee Cord
Hardware included: Bolts, Eye-Bolt, Eye-Lag Screw and Quick-Links
Everything is included apart from the wooden "brake block" (easilly made from a piece of wood)
Wooden stop block can be ordered seperately or you can order a bungee brake system including the wooden stop block.
Installation instructions included.
7m for ziplines of max. 60m length
9m for ziplines of max. 150m length
2x9 m for ziplines longer than 150m or steeper than 6%
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Who can set up a zipline and is it difficult?
Zip lines are much easier to setup than most people anticipate. Anyone with basic handyman skills is fully capable of installing a typical zipline.
With our easy to understand installation manual it is feasible for anyone to install a zipline. In two hours you can do the job. Moreover, we also sell installation tools to facilitate the hardest task which is tensioning the cable. Moreover, you can always contact us for questions and practical tips. Read more here