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These are typical cases what our scanning system can show with ease. Check this out!

Check the balance of the pressure distribution

You can check the balance.

bridging - pressure on the spinal - pressure peaks

You can see bridging (very often), pressure peaks and pressure on the spinal.

You can see and analyze pressure on the stirrup bar area / uneven riding, compressed flockings, etc....

Please never forget: The system offers the pressure distribution. The reason for a bad distribution doesn't have to be the saddle. It could be caused by the saddle, the pad and the rider.


 


We use three criteria for rating the pressure distribution:


Green hook is the sign that the checked point is good and
there is no  further work to do. 
The situation is absolutely satisfying.

Nothing to do

Yellow exclamation mark means that the checked point is not
optimal. There could be achieved an improvement but you have
to invest something for it. Maybe it's not needed, when you ride
e.g. only once a week. 
Improvement possible

The red sign signalizes that this is an absolute no go.
This situation is not satisfying and will lead to an damage or
an injury

There has to be done something


Let's go through some samples and see how easy it is:

Sample 1

Pressure Distribution Sample 1

left to right

Back at the right there is less pressure


front / back

To much pressure at the front 


spinal

No pressure on the spine


Pressure peaks

Two peaks in the middle left and right 


Bridging

Both sides, but well to see at the right 


stirrup bar area

Check it, perhaps the cause for the peaks

 

 

 


 

Sample 2

Pressure Distribution Sample 2

left to right

More pressure on the right side


front / back

Balance front to back is okay


spinal

Pressure on the spine specially at the back


Pressure peaks

Two small peaks at the left


Bridging

Terrible bridging therfore the high pressure in
the front and the back


stirrup bar area

No pressure peaks there


Sample 3

 

Pressure Distribution Sample 3

left to right
Very small difference


front / back

Quite equal


spinal
Free of pressure, small influences in the back


Pressure peaks
Nearly homogeneous pressure distribution

 

Bridging
Nearly homogeneous pressure distribution


stirrup bar area
No problems

 

 


Sample 4

 

Pressure Distribution Sample 4

left to right

Quite equal

 

front / back

Quite equal

 

spinal

Too much in front and especially in the back

 

Pressure peaks

Lot of peaks, maybe the panels should get reflocked ?

 

Bridging

Not serious, but a little on the right ?

 

stirrup bar area

Looks okay

 

Some more examples can be found under:

http://www.dynamicsaddlefitting.com/sample-scans.html