System which prevents the rotation of the stretcher in winching phases during helicopter rescue. The system is composed of a cord diameter 4mm with total length of 100 meters (the last 10 meters are made of different colour), contained in a practical bag with “flap” for locking with the foot.
The lanyard is provided with a fuse with automatic release to protect the operator on the ground avoiding dangerous lifting.
The anti-rotation lanyard is directly connected to the stretcher to keep free the hands of the rescuer during the winching.
Upon reaching the cabin, the cord is released by the rescuer by pulling the special release system.
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