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Temporary platform modula®temporary, type 6

The system platform modula®temporary, type 6 can be supplied with steel surface is suitable for temporary platforms, deployment at accidents or as a platform for trade fairs.

Advantages:

  • On request also available on short notice
  • Hiring is possible
  • Can be reused repeatedly
  • No disposal site charges arise after dismantling
  • Delivery, installation, provision, dismantling and removal from a single source
  • Quick assembly system for the prefabricated elements including railings; short assembly time
  • Optional special elements like for instance ramps or stairs can be supplied
  • Type approvals from the Federal Railway Authority (EBA)
  • Further advantages, as described under system of rc platforms type modula®
  • Platform width selectable: 2.50 m to 3.00 m
  • Also available as raising system for existing platforms (height difference to the new entry level must be at least 26 cm)

    Modules:

    • Stackable prefabricated foundations, optional cast-in-situ concrete foundation
    • Prefabricated steel construction for Type 6
    • Individual elements with standard length of 5.00 m

    Surface designed as water-permeable punched steel sheet (no dewatering required) with integrated danger area marking.

    Picture gallery "Temporary platform modula®temporary, type 6"

    Temporary platform, Siegen station
    Temporary platform, Siegen station
    Temporary platform, Siegen station
    Temporary platform, Siegen station
    Temporary platform, Calbe station
    Temporary platform modula®temporary, type 6
    Temporary platform modula®temporary, type 6
    Temporary platform modula®temporary, type 6
    Temporary platform modula®temporary, type 6
    Temporary platform modula®temporary, type 6
    Temporary platform modula®temporary, type 6
    Temporary platform modula®temporary, type 6
    Temporary platform modula®temporary, type 6
     
     
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