Integrated Hoist Run Off System

The hoist gate system means the gap in edge protection is never present. This produces a fully enclosed hoist ramp system with no space to get limbs or material caught between the hoist and the building during operation and ensures no materials can drop out. It also reduces scaffold installation at the edge of the building, keeping work to one system solution and reduces high risk work.

The benefits of this system include:

  • A timber ramp installed on a steel sub frame as the hoist is installed – rather than as a separate stand alone solution.
  • Runners are on the sub frame to allow side mesh panels to be replaced with the hoist ramp – meaning the gape in edge protection is never present.
  • It gives a fully enclosed hoist ramp system – no space to get limbs or materials caught between the hoist and the building during operation and ensures no materials can drop out at all times.
  • Reduces scaffold installation at the edge of the building – keeping work to one system solution and reduces high risk work.
  • Creates a smooth run-off making it easier to load materials – this benefits the operatives working on site.

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