Mast climbing work platforms, or electric scaffolding, are the ideal solution for working on facades and allow for many types of work: new construction, renovation, painting, maintenance, laying siding and insulation, re-roofing, mounting curtain walls and glazing. It is also used in the industrial field for work on bridges and viaducts, dams, towers, chimneys, chemical plants and industries of all categories.

Why should you choose a mast climbing work platform?

The mast climbing work platform allows operators to work on the façade effortlessly and ergonomically and allows them to load the tools needed for the work, the artifacts to be installed on the wall, and all the material needed to carry out the work.

Il ponteggio autosollevante occupa a terra lo spazio corrispondente alle sole 2 basi con gruppo motore, mentre l’intero piano può essere mantenuto sollevato per lasciare libero accesso a negozi e attività.

Infine, una volta installato ha un impatto visivo sulla facciata molto ridotto rispetto ad altre soluzioni, garantendo al contempo un’elevata sicurezza per i residenti nell’edificio, data la maggiore difficoltà di accesso da parte di malintenzionati rispetto a un ponteggio tradizionale.

Are mast climbing work platforms adaptable to irregular, sloped, or curved structures?

The mast climbing work platform consists of a walking surface made up of modular modules (beams) and vertical elements with racks (lattice girders) and thus offers the possibility of combining the various elements according to the construction site and obtaining different lengths and different heights of the working surface.

Work platforms can also be installed on irregular and sloping walls and structures, overcoming any building overhangs, such as terraces and balconies, thanks to the adoption of special adjustable extensions of various sizes that increase the depth of the work surface. Extensible extensions also allow electric scaffolding to be adapted to curved walls, such as chimneys, silos, circular towers, etc., and to follow their shape, thus always ensuring an optimal distance from the wall.