The modula®-TT slab and modula® light are particularly well suited to the construction of new platforms. Both systems can be designed as a free-standing platform (type 1) and as a backfillable platform (type 1b).
The modula®-TT slab is a monolithic platform slab where the webs are already formed in the factory. The system is founded at points on prefabricated foundations, usually outside the pressure range of the railway traffic loads. Due to the small number of components combined with the large spans of the platform slabs, the system enables the fastest possible installation - especially in tight closure times - with rail or mobile cranes.
modula® light is the modular platform system from HERING, consisting of platform flat slabs and separate ledgers as a substructure. The foundation is carried out on prefabricated foundations in the same way as the TT slab. As a result, the construction is smaller and consists of more components than the modula® TT slab, but can be installed with small lifting equipment such as two-way excavators or mobile excavators due to the lower component weight.
By using modula® shift elements, both systems can also be raised and lowered with manageable effort.
Can be used for short lockout pauses and poorly accessible paving sites.
Ideal for raising, surface refurbishment and retrofitting of optical guidance and safety equipment on existing platforms.
Solid, weatherproof and maintenance-free construction made of galvanised sheet metal profile gratings.
At HERING, we see ourselves as pioneers in the field of sustainability. As early as 1996, we were the first construction company in Germany to obtain EMAS certification. Every three years, we publish an environmental statement documenting our goals and how we have achieved them. Actually, for the first time, we published a sustainability report with an integrated environmental statement in accordance with EMAS - a logical next step in view of our ecological and social responsibility. It documents how we deal internally and externally with the issues that are essential to our future viability.