According to the 2018 London Tall Buildings survey published by New London Architecture, there are now 510 towers in the pipeline, 458 are marked out for residential use. With an increasing number of skyscrapers and tower developments set to transform the capital's skyline, the demand for new and efficient high-level access systems is growing.
You need a solution that is safe, reliable and easy to use. Our range of crane decks that comprise both fixed and rolling platforms help to overcome these challenges.
The Fixed (standard platform) is a basic platform for general applications. These platforms are typically used in situations where retractability is not required. The platform provides a convenient means of access for equipment and material to the floor.
Used where simultaneous access is required at several levels from one lifting point. The rolling platform crane deck can be retracted to allow access to a deck or floor level below or above it. The loading deck platform is positioned on the bottom glange of the cantilevered support beams for optimum head room. These crane loading platforms are sometimes known as cantidecks.
It's ultra-smooth sliding action can be extended and retracted by just one person which cuts on labour costs. They can be flat packed to 500mm high which enables multiple platforms to be stacked which in turn results in reduced storage and transport costs.
Crane productivity is increased as materials can be lifted straight from transport directly to the required floor. They have full safety features including all round handrails, mechanical locking devices and four integral props each tested to 130kn. They are high build quality and fully galvanised for longer life.
Our Crane Decks provide a cost-effective and flexible answer to all of these and many other issues that are unique to providing access to materials and personnel in high-rise working environments.