Rope Access is a specialist technique that utilises ropes to provide effective and immediate access to difficult to reach areas. Rope Access teams quickly and efficiently set up and establish access to the target area where they can provide essential inspections, maintenance and handle any other requests. When completed, the team quickly and easily descend to the ground via commercial abseiling. Finally, the team will debrief you on the project’s success.
When you require access to a place out of reach, you officially need rope access. Rope Access has huge benefits over other high access methods, such as the lowered costs, reduced setup time and lesser manpower required. Not only does rope access provide all these benefits, but it does so at a fraction of the disturbance that other methods cause.
You should choose Simfield if you want a company with over 25 years experience in the industry. We have dedicated ourselves to providing high access solutions to clients across the country and abroad. By using the most modern techniques with the best equipment in the industry, our passionate team are well-prepared to undertake any work.
Rope access is a specialist access technique that utilises harnesses, anchors and multiple ropes in order to effectively provide manned access to difficult to reach locations. The team quickly ascent to the required area, and carry out their work with tools attached to them. The range of tasks rope access can be applied to is staggering.
Put simply, no access method is quicker, cheaper or more reliable than rope access. Traditional methods such as scaffolding are simply not versatile enough to be applied to a range of jobs. Rope access, however, is applicable to almost every situation and building, does not cause obstructions, saves money and time, and is incredibly safe.
Rope access is the best access method for all high-traffic areas such as city centres. Additionally, it is the best access methods for highly restricted areas, due to rope access’ inherent ability to be set up anywhere and begin. However, some of the best applications of rope access include high rise buildings, wind turbines, railways, shopping centres and bridges.