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Furthermore, they were with us throughout installation and commissioning and continue to advise us as our requirements change. Turck Banner has a reputation for delivering reliable system solutions and they certainly lived up to it at Zip World.”

UNIQUE ADVENTURE Zip World is about living life a little more adventurously and having fun with friends and family in the most unique ways. Zip World won international acclaim

when it opened Zip World ‘Velocity’ at Penrhyn Quarry, Bethesda in March 2013. Offering riders the closest experience a human being can get to skydiving without actually leaping out of a plane. It involves flying head-first for just under a mile, exceeding speeds of 100mph down a mountain and then straight over a cliff, 500-feet above the quarry lake with spectacular views as far as Ireland.

FIRST FOUR PERSON ZIP LINE The new Zip World ‘Titan’, at Llechwedd Slate Caverns, near the historic slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog opened in 2014. This is the first four person zip line in Europe where riders have three individual zip lines to complete. The first zip line gives panoramic views of Snowdonia as you travel over moor land. The second has a huge drop of 500-feet and is also the quickest line, while the third finishes at the top of the hill, overlooking the town of Blaenau Ffestiniog.

BOUNCE BELOW At the same time that Titan was opened and in the same location, Zip World also opened the world’s first subterranean playground called ‘Bounce Below’. Bounce Below consists of giant

trampolines, walkways, slides and tunnels all made from netting and

Zip World ‘Velocity’ offers riders the closest experience to skydiving without actually having to leap out of a plane, travelling at speeds of over 100mph

Bounce Below consists of giant trampolines, walkways, slides and tunnels all made from netting and suspended in a slate cavern

Zip World ‘Titan’, at Llechwedd Slate Caverns is Europe’s first four person zip line which opened in 2014

suspended in a slate cavern hidden underground. The Zip World portfolio of adventures

continues to grow and 2015 saw another world first, Zip World ‘Caverns’. Zip World Caverns is home to a series of exhilarating underground zip lines, rope bridges, obstacles and tunnels. It has been built in vast caverns that were first excavated nearly 200 years ago and have remained largely unchanged. Zip World offers the ultimate day out or short break and is a truly unique adventure.

TURCK BANNER IN THE UK Turck Banner sells, markets, distributes and provides technical support for Turck and Banner products in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Turck Banner sells directly to end users and OEMs in a broad

range of industries and applications. Its primary markets are automotive, machine building, material handling, packaging, process control and machine safety. In addition, Turck Banner sells its products through a diverse distribution network ranging from small, specialised sensor distributors to national wholesale distribution houses. Within the UK, Turck Banner is a well- established and respected supplier of high-quality products and technical support with major customers in the automotive, nuclear, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and food and beverages industries.

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