Science with Seaflex!

In order to demonstrate the benefits of using SEAFLEX, sometimes we need to get our hands dirty.

Today we turned the Seaflex AB office into an impromptu science fair, showcasing a miniature model of SEAFLEX in action. Well, at least the physics behind it, with the help of some rudimentary “anchors”, and dynamometers representing the SEAFLEX units.

The purpose of this experiment was to demonstrate the functionality of the system in a specific area by simulating actual physical forces and tension with weights and measuring resistance with the dynamometers.

This experiment was documented on video and will be uploaded to our Youtube channel after editing is finished!

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