Fall Protection Systems
Fall Protection Systems
Rescue teams are often faced with the situation in which a person has to jump from a building to be safe from fire. In the past this has created complications with how best to support a falling body.
Today, with our patented Zero Shock™ fall protection system you can ensure the safety of people in danger. Soft to land on and providing instant frame recovery, our inflatable air bags safely cradle the person falling and offers a safe landing for people who need to jump from houses, buildings, bridges and other dangerous heights.
- Rip-Stop PVC Coated Top Sheet
- Secondary Restraint Netting
- Raschel Netting
- Inflatable Shock Absorbers
- Grommet Strip
- Lower Absorption Chamber
- Anchor Straps With 2″ Welded D-Rings
Greater Versatility /
ZS air bags can be created in any shape. Whether you need a 6' (2m) -wide bag that snakes between objects or terrain, it's not a problem, as any part of the bag is safe to land on. In addition, the top surface can undulate to create any shape or profile.
Pressure within the air bag can be regulated, from being as soft as a foam pit to being so firm that a bike can land on it and still be effective. This makes it the only choice as a substitute for foam pits for gymnastics and extreme sports.
ZS air bags can be extremely small, both in footprint and height, because the 'fingers' behave like shock absorbers. This makes them perfect for areas where normally a large foam pit would be used, especially in gymnastic applications.
Not only are ZS air bags softer to land on – you can also land anywhere on the bag – right up to the very edge! – Without being bounced off. Our patented design allows for a body to 'krush' the fingers upon impact, which forms around the body to cradle the impact.
Zero Shock™ Air Bags reset instantly! Only a small amount of air is expelled through the 'fingers' directly underneath the impacting body and the system has reset itself even before the person has climbed off of the bag. This means another body can land on the bag while the first body is still on it.
More than one person can land on the bag at the same time with almost no effect in the quality of the landing and no tendency for one person to bounce the other one off of the bag. Depending on the height of the fall, they can be as close as 24" apart and still be safe.