Safety through innovation: the PENTAGON parachute distinguishes itself through innovative design, combined with high-quality materials. After deployment, the PENTAGON impresses with rapid opening, immediate oscillation damping and a low sink rate. The result is a rescue system you can fully trust in any situation.
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The five-sided shape is self-stabilising: if the PENTAGON experiences a pendular impulse towards a corner, the restoring force will automatically act in the opposite direction. Opposite a corner is an edge, where the airflow is significantly different and this counteracts unwelcome oscillations. The resulting pendular stability is excellent.
The sink rate is extraordinarily low: during certification, with maximum load, the Pentagon 120 had a sink rate of 5.2 m/s.
Five corner vents assist inflation during opening. Opening is faster and more reliable than with conventional parachutes. This is not only critical when close to the ground, but it also reduces the risk of the parachute getting tangled in the paraglider's lines before opening.
A prerequisite for quick opening is that the parachute is packed regularly. The PENTAGON is quick and easy to pack. The base and centre lines are all the same length and equal distance from each other. They are also colour-coded. This means that the risk of errors during packing are minimal.
|Flat area||27 m²||32 m²||37 m²|
|Maximum payload||100 kg||120 kg||145 kg|
|Descend speed according to EN12491||5.46 m/s||5,2 m/s||5.49 m/s|
|Recommended min. payload||50kg||60kg||70kg|
|Weight||1215 g||1400 g||1820 g|
|Weight including inner container||1265 g||1450 g||1870 g|
|Volume||3500 ccm||4300 ccm||5000 ccm|
|Total length of suspension lines||5600 mm||6200 mm||6600 mm|
|Inspection number||EP 228.2018||EP 207.2018||EP 259.2019|
|Suitable for HG use (with swivel +125g)||-||✓|
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