Emergency Escape chute system

 

An Emergency Escape chute system is a special kind of emergency exit that is  used where conventional fire escape stairways are impractical. The chute is a fabric (or occasionally metal) tube installed near a special exit on an upper floor or roof of a building or a tall structure. During its usage, the chute system is deployed and may be secured at the bottom by a fire fighting crew some distance out from the building. Once the tube is ready, escapees enter the tube and slide down to a lower level or the ground level.

 

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