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ISC Blog Archive January 2014

New Man-riding Winch! Available NOW!

January 31st 2014

New Man-riding Winch! Available NOW! This Man-riding Winch is portable and robust which is ideal for use in lifting and lowering applications. Weighing only 11kg (24lbs) with a working length of 20m (65ft) and a maximum load of 140kg (309lbs). 

To view a demonstration video of the Man-riding Winch in action please click on the video link below. 

Please download the News Feature below for further information on the NEW Man-riding Winch. 

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RP500 Rocker suitable for 2 person load

January 30th 2014

 

The Rocker is suitable for 2 person load (maximum dynamic rated load 200kg). Below is a graph from our dynamic test machine showing an internal test according to EN12841:2006, mass of 200kg, attachment lanyard 250mm (including connectors), FF2 (Fall Factor 2 Test). The maximum impact force is 4.3kN (6kN allowed) and a fall arrest distance of 260mm (2000mm allowed). There is a maximum static load of 350kg before the device starts to slip. If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us on +44 (0)1248 363 125. 

 

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NEW Salt Spray Tester at the ISC Factory

January 29th 2014

NEW Salt Spray Tester at the ISC Factory which allows us to test new and existing parts and materials to provide improved quality assurance. Salt spray testing is used to check the susceptibility of various materials and coating to corrosion in a saline atmosphere. The test provides an accelerated method which allows ISC's engineers to assess to relative resistance of materials and coatings to chloride corrosion. 

We are happily able to offer testing to third parties; if you are unsure about the corrosion resistance of your material or product and would like us to test it for you, please do get in touch! 

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