Can you publish the full ISO testing specification DK?
I've read this a few times, no idea what you are talking about.sq225917 wrote: ↑Sun Apr 19, 2020 9:21 pmCan you publish the full ISO testing specification DK?
I think since we mostly moved to pivoting, none-line-of-load releases like the North solution that max release tension is down to materials interface, parts precsion and plastic deformation. Pull from the kite isn't the factor it was.
I'm all for better, safer, the self aggradising tone of the Press Release isn't what we need in the safety segment of the market. But hey, it's what we've all come to expect from the GKA.
Hi Mede,mede wrote: ↑Thu Apr 23, 2020 12:15 pm
Still, a small red word isn't what people will been looking when un-spinning the bar. At least now the made a big red line...a little better, but in my opinion proper color coded lines + floats are the way to go in the safety sense. And repeat the same error of duotone/north inverting their color code from the earlier year... that wasn't the smartest think to do, but what should I say, I am just a customer that spent few thousand dollars in gear...
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