The Future of Rope Access
Clients are often surprised at the true extent of what rope access can do. The perception is that rope access is for simple up and down movement on the outside of a building. However, this could not be further from the truth. In fact, rope access is a multi-use technique which can be used in a number of different ways, such as wind turbine inspections and confined space work.
Using rope access techniques, the team at Inspection & Rope Access Specialists have been able to complete a whole variety of height work in many locations offshore and onshore in both the UK and Europe that would otherwise be difficult to access with standard equipment.
A Cost Effective, Safe Alternative Technique for Complex Work At Height Situations
Inspection & Rope Access Specialists are committed to providing the safest solutions possible. Our team use innovative access methods and utilise the newest techniques to provide the best solutions for our projects. In some situations, rope access can be a great alternative to scaffolding.
This is predominately due to the reduced amount of equipment and set up time required which reduces the overall time it takes to complete projects. The technique also has lower downtime and minimal impact on ongoing operations allowing regular work to continue. These elements combine to reduce the overall cost for clients (in comparison to other traditional methods.)
What Is the Future of Rope Access?
Whilst rope access will probably never completely replace alternate methods of working at height, it will continue to push the boundaries in the variety of projects it can be used for. Over the last number of years rope access has brought tremendous benefits to customers and as new equipment and systems are continually developed will continue to do so for many years to come.
Inspection & Rope Access Specialists
If you are looking for a rope access company with many years' experience under their belt, contact Inspection & Rope Access Specialists. Based in Scotland we cater for the whole of the UK and also Europe and have completed work on some of the world's largest offshore rigs. For more information please visit our services page or get in touch and find out how we can help:
Tel: 01592 722 571
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