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Rope Access Scotland

Rope Access Fabric Maintenance Posted

fabric maintenance.jpgThe lifespan of your building or structure is determined by a number of different factors. Any measures which can be taken to prolong its life are of vital importance to ensure long-term safety and aesthetics. Fabric maintenance involves a variety of... Read more


Rope Access FAQs Posted

Rope Access.jpgRope access is an innovative way of conducting work at height on difficult to access areas. The technique has a number of applications and benefits over other temporary access methods such as scaffolding and aerial work... Read more


rope access scotland.jpgIf your building or structure requires an inspection or maintenance work you will most likely need to hire external assistance. For those who have high or awkward buildings it is often the case that inspection or maintenance work cannot be conducted... Read more


Bolt Torque Testing Using Rope Access Posted

torque testing.jpgTorque, also known as 'moment of force' in mechanical engineering, refers to the angular force necessary to rotate an object. It is easiest to imagine a force as a simple push or pull, with torque being a twisting force acting upon an object. Torque... Read more


Men Working on Rope Access Netting Oil Rig Platform 6.JPGRope access technicians, "RATs", are the trained, highly skilled technicians who ascend and descend high-rise buildings to inspect, survey and construct when work cannot be completed from the ground. Accomplished professionals who work in this... Read more