Wimberley, TX – July 28, 2011 – With the current trend of zip line parks opening at phenomenal rates, the safety of this new eco-friendly experience has come to the attention of government agencies and families alike. With people hurtling down longer and longer steel cables at faster and faster speeds, who is keeping us safe?
Out of Texas, Advanced Wire Rope Inspections is brand new to fight to keep all zip liners safe. They join the list of professional organizations, insurance company inspectors and state and local agencies that are on the job. Zip line operators have had to change out the wire rope cables by using annual usage charts or visual inspections to deem when to change out the zip lines. Now though, there is a technology that can tell them the exact condition that the lines are in. That will save the operators money, time, and give them the confidence that their customers are safe and sound.
“Finally, a perfect way to check the physical integrity and the likely life span of your zip lines. Don’t guess anymore, give Advanced Wire Rope Inspections access to you zip lines and save money because you’ll know exactly when to change them,” said Michael Robinson of Advanced Wire Rope Inspections. “We have perfected the non destructive testing technique that will test zip lines in place and will give operators peace of mind by knowing the exact condition of their cables.”
Located in Texas, USA, Advanced Wire Rope Inspections is ready to travel the world to service their clients.
Robinson goes on to say, “In the past, zip line operators have had to change out the cables early because they didn’t know the interior conditions. Now, lightning strikes, interior breaks, cable stretching, diameter losses, etc. are all at our fingertips, Advanced Wire Rope Inspections will also CERTIFY the condition of your lines and offer another layer of liability to your operation.”