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Designed and manufactured to meet demanding national and international standards Lifeline Descent is a response to public concern that has seen the development of many innovative devices. Some of these devices have application in limited situations, others represent a new danger in themselves, none of which offer the many advantages of Lifeline Descent. During emergencies, time is critical to the success of any attempt made to evacuate or rescue trapped high rise occupants, ease of use and user safety are additional factors. To use Lifeline Descent one need only put on the included harness, clip the device to a mounting point and then begin making their descent to safety. At no time is external power required, no user input is required and a steady rate of descent of less than 2 metres per second is maintained.

Lifeline Descent represents a cost effective solution to other more expensive solutions, it requires minimal fixing, if any, to existing structures and does not impose large increases in expenditure if incorporated into new developments

Why Lifeline Descent?

  • Provides and emergency escape route that is external to the building, inaccessible stairwells can be bypassed.
  • Simple, affordable and compact. Suitable as a personal or family solution. Included harness can be fitted to persons with mobility impairments.
  • Requires minimal fixation making it a suitable solution for existing buildings and does not impose major cost when incorporated into new developments.
  • Does not require any external or internal power source for operations, enabling Lifeline Decent to operate in blackout situations or independently of support staff / resources.
  • Immediately available to occupants, time is of the essence and Lifeline Descent offers the advantage if immediate escape if necessary.
  • Requires no user input, fully automatic operations reduces stress on occupants and eliminates the possibility of user error resulting in injury or death.
  • Controlled rate of descent of less than 2 metres per second reduces stress and injury.