The typical cambium saver is intended to perform a few basic tasks. First, it is designed to protect a tree from the unintentional damage that may otherwise be caused by a standard climbing line. These units also provide an extra level of gripping power; helping to ensure safe ascents and descents. Another important benefit is that cambium savers will help to dramatically extend the lifespan of a traditional climbing line. They reduce instances of fraying and are an excellent investment from a financial point of view.
Every arborist possesses his or her unique climbing style. Thus, our cambium savers are intended to suit various weights and dimensions. For example, the overall lengths of these units can vary. Some are 90cm long while others can extend up to 120cm. It should already be a foregone conclusion that only the most modern of materials are utilised within their construction. Heavy-duty polyester webbing, nylon sheaths, reinforced stitching and reliable steel rings are a handful of the accessories that will ensure the safety of the climber at all times. Additional options include high-visibility patterns and colour-coded rings for easy identification when working at heights or during low-light conditions.
Radmore & Tucker firmly believes that there is no place for second-rate equipment when referring to the modern forestry industry. We therefore choose to work with only the best firms in the business today. Our team supplies products designed by well-known manufacturers such as Stein and Treehog, so quality is never an issue.
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