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Single entry escape chute

Single entry chute is preferred to be installed at window, balcony , rooftop or similar. It serves evacuees on a particular floor.

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Multi entry escape chute

Multiple escape chute is preferred to be installed inside protected vertical shaft enclosure or similar. It serves evacuees from several floors.

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Portable escape chute

Portable escape ehutes are adapted to fire department aerial ladders and snorkel platforms. It increases the rate at which evacuees can be evacuated from a high rise structure.

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Customized escape chutes

Customized escape chute can be provided by our development department.

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A frightening scenario: An emergency situation in a multi-story building. Escape via the (emergency) staircase is possible, at least as long as heat and smoke are kept out. Suffocation by smoke in particular causes many fatalities. Trying to get away via the roof and wait there for a helicopter to arrive is another option. But when a helicopter comes close, the rotor blades act like a huge fan kindling the fire. Yet another option is to wait for the Fire Department to arrive with their ladder truck or sky-lift, but these vehicles also have their limitations: evacuating large numbers of people in a short time is not possible. Is this the end? Fortunately not, because more than 30 people per minute can be evacuated with the “Ingström Escape Chute” – an invention of Mr Stig Ingström.

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