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How to fix a hold on an “XConcept System” climbing wall

- Type 1:  First screw the M10 bolt, but don’t tighten it. Then rotate the hold so that the M4 opening of the hold corresponds to one of the holes, located in the circumference of the hold position that you have chosen. Screw the M4 bolt and finally tighten the M10 bolt.
- Type 2:  First screw the M10 bolt, but don’t tighten it. Then rotate the hold so that the marker points to one of the holes, located in the circumference of the hold position that you have chosen. Then tighten the M10 bolt.
- Type 3:  This type of holds doesn’t require anything specific. Just screw them in the position that you have chosen.




How to describe or read the placement of the hold

First we want to remind, that the marker of the hold position always indicates the 12th hole, allowing you to count the remaining holes.


- Type 1: In this type of holds the M4 opening serves as a marker.
For example: if you screw the M4 bolt to the 3rd hole, we describe it as “Marker on 3”.
- Type 2: In this type of holds the marker points one of the holes.
For example: if the marker points the 10th hole, we describe it as “Marker on 10”.
- Type 3: In this type of holds we have some variations:


1. Jib with one opening for a M4 bolt .This is the smallest foothold in our range that also has a marker, which we can point in 4 conventional directions – up, down, left, right.
 For example:  if the jib is screwed on hole 4 and the marker points to the right, we describe it as “Marker on 4, right”.

2. Jib with two openings for a M4 bolt .In those type one of the openings has a marker and can be placed in 24 different positions.
 For example:  if you have placed the marked opening on hole 6 the opposite can be placed on hole 5 or 7.That’s why we describe it as “Marker on 6, opposite on 5/7”.

3. Jib with two openings for a M4 bolt, but with double distance between them. They also can be placed in 24 different positions.
 For example:  if you have placed the marked opening at hole 12 the opposite can be placed on hole 10 or 2 .That’s why we describe it as “Marker on 12, opposite on 10/2”.

4. Jib with three openings for M4 bolt .Those jibs offer 12 different positions.
 For example : if you have  placed the marked hole on hole 1 we describe it as “Marker on 1”.

5. Jib with three openings for a M4 bolt, but with double distance between them, and also offer 12 different positions.
For example: if you have placed the marked hole on hole 2 we describe it as “Marker on 2”.

6. Jib with different combination of openings for M4 bolt.
Only 12 different positions and again we describe only the position of the marked hole.
For example: “Marker on 5”.

 

- Type 4: Special Position - These holds are specially created for one of the 3 types of hold positions for “XConcept System”. It is rectangular and has one central hole for M10 bolt and two opposite holes for M4 bolt .The marker of the hold position always indicates hole 1.
Special position holds always have two openings for M4 bolt and like the jibs one of them is marked.
For example: if you have placed the marked hole on hole 2 we describe it as “Marker on 2”.

How to describe or read a route
Starting from the bottom of the wall we describe:
1. Personal number of the hold position.
2. Personal number of the hold.
3. The placement of the hold.


This way we describe every position, hold and individual placement, which build the route