Paragliding service and repairs

Paragliding is a fascinating sport and despite the ever-increasing performance, paragliders have also become increasingly safer. While we let ourselves be carried silently through the air, the UV rays, the changing humidity and mechanical wear and tear act on the paraglider and the rest of the equipment. The consequence of this is material changes. As long as it is within the tolerances specified by the manufacturer, there is nothing to worry about. If these are exceeded, however, there will be deviations in the trimming of the glider, which causes changed flight behaviour and can be dangerous. Therefore, we should respectfully and responsibly follow the manufacturer's instructions and subject our equipment to an inspection once a year.

The manufacturer determines which controls have to be carried out in which time frame. As a rule, with "normal use" a paraglider is checked for the first time 2 years after purchase. With intensive use, i.e. when flying over 150 hours per year, a complete check-up should be carried out every year.

Integrated paragliding service

Measurement of the air permeability of the cloth
Checking the thread thickness of the cloth (barometer)
General control of the line material
Control of the line strength (rice test)
Measurement of the line lengths with laser technology & trimming to manufacturer's dimensions
Check the line attachment to the paraglider
Control of the cap material
Checking and securing the connecting parts
Checking the risers
Creation of the examination protocol

The Club 2-year paraglider check

Your safety is important to us. Security and insurance cover is only retained if they are checked regularly. Only the highest quality, computer-aided technologies are used at our paragliding service.

Rescuers pack

Rescuer packing requires specialist knowledge. Whether controllable rescue equipment, cross canopies, round canopies or even special shapes - at paragliding club only trained and certified emergency parachute packers are allowed to work.

Trim check

Would you like to know whether your glider is still trimmed correctly and within tolerance, or do you just want to get more performance out of it without having to compromise on safety?

Repair (sewing)

Starting with the replacement of damaged lines, through small tears in the fabric, to changing entire lengths, we bring your paraglider back into shape.