MILAN 2.0

For more than 10 years, the MILAN has established itself as a standard piece of rescue equipment in many areas. Frequently mimicked but never at the same standard! MILAN 2.0: • Even greater performance. • New design, with both visual and practical (handling) improvements. • Allows more application variants for various rescue methods. [1] The reinforced brake is controlled centrifugally; it keeps the speed constant during the entire descent and permits a quick and safe rescue. The brake shaft is mounted on ball bearings on both sides. [2] The housing is constructed of milled aircraftgrade aluminium which makes MILAN 2.0 the most robust equipment in the world. This is what allows rescue techniques such as rescue support in lattice mast structures. A seal reveals whether the MILAN 2.0 has been opened without authorisation. The MILAN 2.0 is certified under international standards and special regulations to be used on vessels and offshore structures, e.g. by Germanischer Lloyd.

For more than 10 years, the MILAN has established itself as a standard piece of rescue equipment in many areas. Frequently mimicked but never at the same standard! MILAN 2.0: • Even greater performance. • New design, with both visual and practical (handling) improvements. • Allows more application variants for various rescue methods. [1] The reinforced brake is controlled centrifugally; it keeps the speed constant during the entire descent and permits a quick and safe rescue. The brake shaft is mounted on ball bearings on both sides. [2] The housing is constructed of milled aircraftgrade aluminium which makes MILAN 2.0 the most robust equipment in the world. This is what allows rescue techniques such as rescue support in lattice mast structures. A seal reveals whether the MILAN 2.0 has been opened without authorisation. The MILAN 2.0 is certified under international standards and special regulations to be used on vessels and offshore structures, e.g. by Germanischer Lloyd.

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