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One of our primary goals is to help mitigate risk in the zip line industry and increase education on the use of our products. With these goals in mind, we have published a new white paper on Additional Information Regarding EADs. This white paper answers some of the most common questions we received regarding our previous Emergency Arrest Device (EAD) White Paper and clarifies our stance on EADs for lines using the zipSTOP Zip Line Brake.

In May 2019 we constructed the fabulous Kielder ZipCoaster in the UK, and the response has been great. Over 3000 people from kids to grandparents have enjoyed the ups, downs, twists and turns of a rollercoaster and the free-flying sensation of a zip wire. 

We are always striving to set new standards in our industry. Since there isn't a Free Fall Category in regards to EN standards, we got a little creative and unlocked the potential of the QuickFlight even more.  Known as a jump device, there is now so much more you can do with QuickFlight going forward to increase your revenue and create more unique experiences for your customers.

The Saferoller ZipEye helps reduce the risk of collision on Ziplines by controlling and manage physical access. Once one Trolley has passed the start bracket, the start bracket stays closed for new trolleys, until the first Trolley has passed the stop bracket. Simple and safe!

The zipBACK Auto Retract mechanism quickly returns the pulley cart back to the top of the zip wire. Once riders are unhooked, the Auto-Retract system returns the trolley back to the top of the line in just a couple of seconds ready for the next rider. This helps to maintain a high level of throughput and ensures operating is as smooth and easy for staff as possible. No winches to activate, no need to remove trolleys, and no need to worry about lowering devices, all of which slow down throughput.