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AS 2316.1-2009 pdf free download
AS 2316.1-2009 pdf free download.Artificial climbing structures and challenge courses
Part 1: Fixed and mobile artificial climbing and abseiling walls.
Appendix F, unless the designer can demonstrate that more appropriatc factors apply in a particular application.
In assessing the combinations of loads producing destabilizing effects a combination factor () of 1.2 for the permanent (self-weight) loads or 1.5 shall be used for wind and imposed action loads (climbing load and protection loads on the structure).
NOTE: Appendix F provides worked examples of stability assessments.
2.3 IMPACT STRENGTH OF THE ACW SURFACE
Except for an inflatable ACW and surfaces of an ACW where a user making a pendular fall cannot impact. e.g. houldering. the impact strength of the climbing surface shall be tested in accordance with Paragraph F2 of Appendix F and there shall be no penetration (i.e. an open split) of the sample and no permanent deformation of or release by the fastening system.
For an inflatable ACW. the impact strength shall be tested in accordance with Paragraph F2 of Appendix F and there shall be no penetration (i.e. an open split) ot’ the sample and no permanent deformation of or release by the fastening system.
2.4 BELAY SYSTEMS
For all climbing and abseiling activities other than bouldcring. the ACW shall provide a belay system for each user. Belay systems shall be configured to sustain a participant and limit impact forces in any circumstance where the primary means of support or suspension fails or where the participant loses his or her support. Examples of primary means of support for participants are ropes. ascenders, descender devices or their grip on a rock face, ladder, pole or other arrangement on which they climb or move. Generally, the belay system is a secondary means of support and is designed and operated in such a manner as to offer the least impediment to the primary experience as possible (i.e. before it comes into action. some degree of fall will occur) and to provide a means to leave the wall in a controlled manner.
NOTE: Some belay systcms may include more than one person.
2.4.2 Types of belay systems
Belay systems shall be one of the following types, as appropriate to the activity:
(a) Type A Non-anchored- —a Type A belay shall be arranged so control of the belay is by a belaying person or persons without additional anchorage to the structure of the ACW or a ground fixing. See Figure I for climbing and Figure 4 for abseiling.AS 2316.1-2009 pdf free download.
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