While facade access systems are permanently connected to the building, suspended platforms are used for temporary work on high-rise buildings, cooling towers, silos, shafts and industrial plants. They are mounted using a system of continuous winches so that they can lift and lower both people and material. The platforms are usually equipped with a sufficiently large platform that offers sufficient space for people and material.
Temporary platforms can be used flexibly and can be adapted to the respective needs of different construction sites thanks to their modular construction system.
Suspended scaffolds are used when the height of a stand scaffold makes it uneconomical. A typical field of application is edge beam scaffolding on motorway construction sites.