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  • ( Origin : Taiwan Manufacturer & Supplier )
    * 鍍鋅或不銹鋼之航空用鋼索 * 鍍鋅或不銹鋼之細鋼索, 一般鋼索 * 塑膠(PVC, PE, PU)或尼龍披覆鋼索 * 小鐵軸裝的航空用鋼索 * 內控制線鋼索 * 鋼索裁剪長度及附零件加工,如:(拖車鋼索/車庫門鋼索/自捲鋼索/吊用鋼索/鎖用鋼索/繫狗用鋼索等等)
  • ( Origin : Taiwan Manufacturers & Suppliers )
Tow Rope

A ski tow, also called rope tow or handle tow, is a mechanised system for pulling skiers and snowboarders uphill.

In its most basic form, it consists of a long rope loop running through a bullwheel (pulley) at the bottom and one at the top, powered by an engine at one end. Passengers grab hold of the rope and are pulled along while standing on their skis or snowboards and sliding up the hill, with some variations having simple fixed handles. These simple forms remain popular for the relatively flat portions of ski areas devoted to beginners—often called bunny slopes—but are increasingly being replaced by magic carpets.

The more advanced form uses a series of pulleys to follow the slope, and can be up to 1.4 km long tow with a 600 metre vertical rise. The forces involved and the pulleys which the rope passes through require the rider to attach using a "nutcracker" or "tow grabber". This style has now been superseded by T-bar lifts, platter lift and chairlift in most places—with the notable exception of the smaller club fields of New Zealand.

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