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     Slack Inov' Manuals:

                               Slackibloc

                               ClipN' Bounce (included into Slackibloc's manual)

                              Vortex

                               Slackibloc Jump manual

                               Slackimoufle manual

                               Mouflage Evolution manual

                               Slackisûr manual

                               Webbing pulley manual

                               Mini Double manual



     Vidéo tutos:

                               Mouflage Evolution

                               Slackimoufle

 Laboratory test reports:
                        Rapport de test ENSA

General informations concerning Slack Inov' products :

•    Material :

       Any part subjects to hight cyclic loads (trickline) are designed in steel. This for the same raison that we advice to use steel connectors instead of aluminium alloys ones: Steel have a better behaviour in mechanical fatigue than aluminium alloys like zicral. We use aluminium only for parts loaded with low strain or not subjet to fatigue with high strain peaks. You will never see trickline weblocks made from aluminium at Slack Inov'.

•    Breaking strength, working load and safety coefficient:

       There is actually no standard governing slackline gear and lots of people are getting confused in front of all thoses informations...

-Breaking strength is the minimal load from which the product can break.

-Working load (WLLor CMU) relate to the breaking load divided bya safety factor. This safety factor is standardised at 5 for lifting products (for example, a 1T WLL shackle will break at 5T). Be careful! In slackline world, there is no standard, and no compulsory safety coefficient. Depending of the manufacturer, safety coefficient actually differ from 2 to 7. A seller could very well declare a working load equal to breaking load...

       On My products, I decided to speak only in terms of breaking strength in order to standardize the rating. Even if slackline is not subject to its, PPE standards (Personal Protective Equipment, for example standards EN 362  et EN 12275) are imposing this kind of rating. Communiquer in terms of breaking strength is in my opinion a guaranty of seriousness and transparency.

       However certains products are rated with a working load limit. Thoses are products subject to mechanical fatigue over this working load limit or products becoming unusables far before their breaking strength (ex: the STAUP brake doesn't break but slip over its wll)

       In conclusion, you have to consider the values inficated for my productd as youdo with carabinners, climbing anchors, harnesses and other sportive equipments.