Forces on a Slackline Anchor -How many kilonewtons of force do we have when we are slacklining


Michael Melner and I went longlining in the park to see what forces we would get on the dynomometer.


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SLACKLINE TEST RESULTS

33 meter / 110 feet


Spider Silk (static webbing at 2%)

Before we got on 4.50KN

I weigh 155lbs / 70KG and created 6.2KN all the way up to 8kn when bounce walking

Mel weighs 187lbs / 84KG and created 6.44KN


Feather Pro (5% stretch at 5KN)

Before we got on 4.12KN

I weigh 155lbs / 70KG and created 5KN all the way up to 5.52kn when bounce walking

Mel weighs 187lbs / 84KG and created 5.22KN


NOTE1: 1KN = 225LBS or 102KGS


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