Don't look any further if you're looking for an active breaking solution for your zipline, the “Brakehawk” is the right brake for you!
There are two braking systems for a zipline: a passive brake (bungee brake) and an active brake, where the zipline user is using a device to brake and come to a halt at the end of the zipline.
BrakeHawk is by far the best choice in active braking technology.
The zipline user will come to a gradual deceleration and halt by pulling the brakehawk downwards. The braking pads add friction to the cable and bringing thus the user to a halt. Replacement braking pads are available.
Two models available, model 405 for our standard pulley and model 406 for the trac and Trac plus pulleys. The Brakehawk gives you a greater fealing of self-control and gives you a great braking power.
Replacement brake pads are available (sold separately). Check out the brakehawk tether to get young hands away from the cable but still put active braking within your grasp.
Pulley not included.
Take a look at the video below to see the Brakehawk in action:
How to mount the Brakehawk on our standard pulley:
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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