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CHARLY SPEED SYSTEM SEPARATION SYSTEM HKAR141

£25.00

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Charly Speed System - Separation System HKar141

Foot accelerator separation system.
This inexpensive separation system is simply hooked into the Brummel hook on the shoulder straps.

Weight: 30 g / pair

Included:

  • 2x special brummel hooks
  • 2x split pin with release line and silicone rubber ring
  • 2x Dyneema accelerator rope
  • Assembly Instructions       

An accelerator disconnect system is required to enable the main parachute to be fully disconnected after an emergency parachute has been opened. The release takes place automatically after opening the carabiners.

For the following reasons, even less experienced pilots are generally advised to detach the paraglider after opening the emergency parachute:

Modern rescue equipment is designed to drift sideways and thereby generate dynamic lift. In the approval process, the rate of descent is determined without the main parachute. An unseparated main parachute prevents drift and thus increases the rate of descent.
The possibility of controllable rescues to choose one's landing site is a significant safety plus. If the main parachute is not detached from controllable rescue equipment, this safety plus is foregone.
Interactions between the paraglider and the reserve parachute pose a risk of increased pendulum motion, or the position of the scissors increases the rate of descent.
It has been shown that a separated main parachute usually collapses very quickly and its recovery is easier. There is also a much lower risk of damage to the paraglider if a tree landing is not carried out with the pilot's full weight.

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