Aerial Spreader Bar XD, 60cm
With the spreader bar, you will get two rigging points for your aerial yoga fabric from one roof mount.
The Firetoys Aerial Spreader Bar XD is the perfect way to hang your yoga hammocks, performance hammock/aerial sling, or trapeze from 2 points when you only have one rigging point available!
Easy to use, and you won't lose much height - perfect!
Designed for Aerial Acrobatics
Hanging your Aerial Yoga Hammock from one point or two points changes how it feels and what you can do, so it's nice to be able to switch easily. However, you might only have one rigging point available. No need for a sad face though, with this Aerial Spreader bar, you can quickly and safely turn your single hanging point into two hanging points!
We chose 60 cm as the ideal width here, giving you enough separation for comfort on most people's hips, without going so wide that the sides of the hammock slope outwards.
The use of a curved spreading bar does not take up much height, so it is suitable for use at all room heights. 60 cm width provides enough space inside the hammock, without going so wide that the sides of the hammock slope outwards. No separate installation is required, just hang the spreader with a carabiner on the ceiling mount and attach the hammock to the rod mounting points. The carabiners are sold separately.
Trapeze rigging and more
With a whopping 450kg Working Load Limit, you can confidently and safely rig various aerial equipment. Hang your trapeze when only a single hanging point is available. Add a swivel to your trapeze rigging, creating a dance trapeze. Use the bar for conditioning or to create something new!
UK MADE, TESTED, AND CERTIFIED
UK designed and made.Regularly safety tested at independent & certified testing facilities.
- Spreader rod for aerial yoga hammock, performance hammock/aerial sling
- Converts one anchor point into two
- Country of manufacture: UK
- Working Load Limit (WLL) 450 kg
- Factor Of Safety (FOS) 5:1
- Never exceed the maximum load specified by the manufacturer.
The WLL limit is calculated from permanent deflection, not destruction. Never exceed the WLL.