How strong are our slacklines?

How strong are our slacklines? | Gibbon Slacklines

Our Slacklines have different breaking strengths depending on their specifications. Just like climbing equipment, kilo Newtons (kN) are often use to describe the breaking strengh of slackline equipment. In order to simplify, and understand better what does it mean, keep in mind that 1kN is 100kg of force apply to the slackline. 

Our ratchets has a working load of 25kN (so about 2500kg) with a safety factor before breaking of 2. And tests have shown that our ratchets won´t break before 70kN which is 7 tons. 

Here a quick overview of our general slackline sets and the breaking strengths of their webbings:

slackline
types
breaking
load
breaking
load
ratchet
strap
safety factor
when 40kg
is applied on
lever of ratchet
(static)
safety factor 
when 40kg 
is applied on 
lever of ratchet
(dynamic)
certification
ClassicLine 40kN 40kN 6 3 TÜV, CPSIA, PRO65
FunLine 40kN 40kN 6 3 TÜV, CPSIA, PRO65
SurferLine 30kN 40kN 4 2
JibLine 30kN 40kN 6 2 TÜV, CPSIA, PRO65
Flowline 30kN 40kN 6 2
TravelLine 20kN 40kN 6 2 TÜV, CPSIA, PRO65

 
So in short...  our products are very safe and reliable and designed to last you a long time. 


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