Controlled descent device

January 27, 2014
Controlled descent device
DEUS Rescue, a provider of innovative rescue and safety solutions for individuals at height, designed the DEUS 3700 Controlled Descent Device for individual escape, assisted rescue and multi-person evacuation in a variety of industrial at-height work environments such as wind and telecommunications towers, oil and gas platforms, and scaffolding. For descents up to 180 metres, the DEUS 3700 is a lightweight, safe and easy-to-use system that operates hands-free (both “stop” and “go”) with a speed control dial to easily regulate descent.  The device features quadruple-redundant brakes and speed-limiting technology to guard against free fall. It operates in both directions, quickly allowing multiple workers to descend, one after another. Ropes may be replaced as needed, making it cost-effective and versatile. The device is third-party tested and certified to CSA, ANSI, and EN standards for descents up to 180 metres. Like all life safety equipment, the DEUS 3700 requires regular training for its effective use. Because the 3700 is so simple to operate, training retention is maximized. www.deusrescue.com

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