Configuration of the Bottom Anchor for the Mirrored Skate Block

In this system, a Mirrored Skate Block, there are two independent anchor straps from two separate parts of the vehicle. We have not equalized tension between the anchors to allow for proper readings from the ENforcer to record the peak force being exerted on the skate block.

Moving past the ENforcer, is the V-Anchor system, going to two independent carabiners and attached to two separate Petzl I’ds. The upshot is that this is a completely redundant system. No single point of failure in the system.

In upcoming videos, we will show just how efficient this system is and just how little force any one point of the skate block system gets.

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