Craig presented an SRS canopy anchor demonstration at the TCI Magazine Trainer's Test Kitchen during TCI EXPO '21 last November.
A canopy anchor is a climbing system that anchors the rope in the canopy of a tree. While a moving rope system (MRS) typically uses a canopy anchor (or tie-in point), a stationary rope system (SRS) creates the option of a canopy or basal anchor. Why would we use a canopy anchor? When is it better than using a basal anchor?
Read the rest of the printed article in the March Issue of TCI Magazine
Craig Bachmann is a Certified Treecare Safety Professional, ISA Certified Arborist, TRAQ Certified Tree Worker – Climber Specialist and an experienced safety/skills trainer. He is also an event head judge for the International Tree Climbing Championship. Tree133 is a TCIA member tree care company and Craig regularly speaks at industry events and conferences.