Articles filtered by topic: Mastclimbers

October 2022 – Vol. 24, Issue 6 Mastclimbers and hoists (PDF, 842.93 KB)
Contractors and developers are constantly looking for equipment that can save time and improve safety. Both mastclimbers and hoists fit that criteria and appear to be gaining in popularity as companies realise they can offer substantial advantages in terms of speed, safety and aesthetics. We review the latest product developments as well as highlighting German manufacturer Geda, celebrating 25 years in the industrial and construction hoist sector.

September/October 2021 – Vol. 23, Issue 5 Mastclimbers & hoists (PDF, 860.74 KB)
This year’s mastclimber & hoist feature takes a look at the slow burning mast climber market, the growing use of crane elevators and the latest developments in the hoist and transport platform market.

November 2020 – Vol. 22, Issue 8 Mastclimbers and hoists (PDF, 1.21 MB)
Having covered mastclimbers comprehensively earlier this year, we focus on passenger and material hoists. As well as covering the latest new products on the market we alsotake a look at some interesting high profile projects.

March 2020 – Vol. 22, Issue 2 Mastclimbers and hoists (PDF, 1.21 MB)
The mastclimber market has continued to grow over the past decade - albeit at a steady pace. With a jump in the number of new high rise buildings planned and the need to change cladding, the pace ought to become more brisk. We take a look at the latest products and see how safety can be improved by learning from previous incidents.

March 2019 – Vol. 21, Issue 2 Mastclimbers and hoists (PDF, 782.18 KB)
Mastclimbers are still the exception rather than the norm when it comes to the selection of work at height equipment for façade work - despite being the most convenient, safest and efficient access platform for the vast majority of the larger contracts. We take a look at the latest products and developments.