Protection Screen and Unloading Platform
Protection screen is a safety system in the construction of high-rise buildings. The system consists of rails and hydraulic lifting system and is able to climb by itself without crane. Protection screen has the entire pouring area enclosed, covering up three floors at the same time, which can more effectively avoid high air fall accidents and ensure the safety of the construction site. The system can be equipped with unloading platforms. The unloading platform is convenient for moving formwork and other materials to upper floors without disassembly.After pouring the slab, the formwork and scaffolding can be transported to the unloading platform, and then lifted by tower crane to the upper level for next step working, so that it greatly saves manpower and material resources and improves the construction speed.
The system has hydraulic system as its power, so it can climb up by itself. Cranes are not needed during the climbing. The unloading platform is convenient for moving formwork and other materials to upper floors without disassembly.
The protection screen is an advanced, state-of-the-art system which suits the demand for safety and civilization on site, and it indeed has been widely used in high-rise tower construction.
Further, the exterior armor plate of the protection screen is a good advertising board for publicity of the contractor.
|Working Pressure of Hydraulic System||50 KN|
|Number of Platform||0-5|
|Width of Operating Platform||900mm|
|Loading of the operating Platform||1-3KN/㎡|
|Loading of Unloading Platform||2 Tons|
|Protection Height||2.5 floors or 4.5 floors .|
To power the system to climb up, cranes are not needed during the climbing.
For assembling reinforcements, pouring concrete, stacking material etc.
For enclosing all working area outer surface of the screen can be utilized to advertise
For Moving formwork and other material to upper floors.
For bearing the entire loading of the protection panel system, including operators and building materials.
for the Self-climbing of the protection panel system