In Russia, invented the parachute for evacuation from the skyscraper

В России изобрели парашют для эвакуации из небоскреба

Russia has invented a unique parachute “Chance”, designed to evacuate the building in case of fire or other emergency. This was reported on the website of the Rostec.

“This parachute system is unique in the world. Its main feature — the ability to make jumps from low altitudes, where a regular parachute jump is dangerous,” — said the Executive Director of the organization Oleg Yevtushenko.

The Corporation noted that by “Chance” even an untrained person will be able to parachute with a minimum height of nine homes, which is more than 33 meters. To use a parachute just as he reveals at the desired height and automatically stabilizes the position of the body Bouncing person.

This kit includes the harness & container system, three domes, which hold the specified landing speed, and the exhaust link. The harness system is adjustable depending on body size and growth, ensuring maximum safety in landing. “Chance” consists of modern materials, including tissue with low permeability based on polyamide fibers. Developing a rescue vehicle was engaged in the Moscow scientific research Institute of parachute and a subsidiary of Rostec.

The Corporation stressed that in case of emergency emergency evacuation is often difficult. A new parachute system can greatly simplify the rescue efforts. The date of the launch of a parachute in the retail sale has not yet been specified, as well as its cost.

In January of this year in the Internet appeared the video, where two men jump from the balcony of the 24th floor of a residential building. The footage shows that the extreme standing on the balcony railing, then with a small difference jump down. They were able to land on a small plot of land surrounded by water. After this incident, men interested in police.

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