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The ultimate high performance rescue descender for self-evacuation or casualty recovery from tall structures, including wind turbines, tower cranes,
The ROTOR rescue and evacuation descender is designed for raising, lowering and evacuation, with multiple evacuee capability.
It is simple and intuitive to use, incorporating a range of operation and safety features to aid users.
The ROTOR has a low profile body with no external moving parts preventing the risk of snagging which could interrupt the descent.
The ROTOR rescue and evacuation descender features attachment load point indicator that shows if device has been used.
The device has push button mode selection for lifting or lowering in either direction – central neutral position for lowering, left/right position for lifting mode.
When set in lowering/evacuation mode, descent is automatic. Friction points can be used to provider additional control for lowering a casualty.
Detachable ratchet handle is used to lift in either direction. Ratchet locking mechanism holds the load if the handle is released.
Locking mechanism is engaged by simple push button, which is recessed to protect against accidental operation. ‘Free running’ position can be engaged for evacuation /descent use.
Automatically controls descent speed to between 0.7 m/s and 1.7 m/s, depending on load, without the need for manual operation.
High rated load with long descent distance:
Load Max. descent distance Descent speed
140 kg 4500 m 0.7 m/s
200 kg 500 m 1.0 m/s
250 kg 220 m 1.7 m/s
Maximum descent load (rescue) 250 kg.
Maximum lifting load 200 kg.
Supplied fitted with 9.5 mm rope giving 10:1 safety factor with 250 kg. Maximum rope length 500 m.
Device can be attached to an anchor point (passive) or direct to the user harness (active).
The ROTOR device is not subject to a specific lifetime, however it must be serviced and replacement rope fitted every 10 years. Full service support available.
Internal mechanism is fully sealed against the ingress of water or other contaminants ensuring the device functions correctly after long periods of storage.