Good Rigging Control System. Working with cranes and helicopters to remove trees is nothing new for Kiwi tree climbers and always makes for spectacular photos and footage. But rarely do we see the use of a simple tool like the Good Rigging Control System (GRCS) although it can lift a load of 900kg. The GRCS is a self-tailing sailboat winch with a 46 to 1 mechanical advantage that has been redesigned for tree work by Mister Good from the USA.
After attending this workshop the participant will know how to use and maintain the Good Rigging Control System (GRCS) safely and efficiently.
This course is only offered in-house, please contact us for a quotation.
Duration: 1 Day
This workshop will introduce the participants to the complexity of tree rigging with the Good Rigging Control System (GRCS).
The “Rigging with the Good Rigging Control System (GRCS)” workshop will cover:
- Forces involved in rigging systems
- Travers rigging
- Speed and sky-line setups
Gear you need to participate:
- Work boots
- Climbing gear (climbers only)
- Chainsaw chaps
If you do not have all the gear required then please let us know and we can organise hire for the day.
For further information or to check course availability, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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