Some professions require workers to climb up structures and natural terrains. Safety equipment must be used properly in order to get the job done when being dozens or even hundreds of feet above ground level. There are entire systems available for supporting people that need to climb on steep slopes or narrow surfaces high above. Similarly, safety gear is needed to move between trees and other structures or terrains that are adjacent to each other.
High quality steel cables are used for any climbing activities such as professional and recreational applications. The cables are secured to bolts, carabiners, clips and other rigid hardware that can be static or dynamic depending upon the type of movement that is desired. A bracing system consists of several important components that provide essential support for slowly navigating through elevated terrains. Eye bolts and J hooks are relatively simply tools that give climbers tremendous leverage when trying to move up or down trees and cliffs. Such parts are usually made of forged steel and other metal alloys that can withstand heavy tensile loads such as the entire weight of a person.
Certain hardware is also used to stabilize trees and man made structures. For example, cable systems might be installed in order to support large trees that are at risk of falling down. Even branches can be stabilized in order to prevent any accidental falls. The trunk could be wrapped in metal wire and connected to a system of cables that provide the necessary equilibrium.