BUILDING MAINTENANCE UNITS
A Building Maintenance Unit (BMU) is a mechanical and electronic crane suspended from the roof, which moves systematically over a structure while carrying human workers/specialists for the maintenance and cleaning of the facade. The suspended structure is a working platform of 2m or more, controlled by means of a multi-layer drum hoist and 4 independent wire ropes. Additionally, the BMU can be equipped with an auxiliary hoist for glass changing and other heavy duty maintenance work.
DAVITS & POWERED PLATFORMS
The Davit System is a traditional and effective method to provide permanent and temporary access to building facades and is typically used to suspend large work platforms. Single-user cradles and bosun’s chairs may also be suspended from individual davits.
SAFETY TIE BACKS & HORIZONTAL LIFELINES
Tie-back anchors can be used for various purposes. The following are some of its uses:
- Securing building maintenance system i.e. outrigger beams, various suspension equipment.
- Worker independently connected to tie-back anchor i.e. lifeline tie off point.
- Horizontal lifeline system which is used to protect workers operating in the horizontal plane who may not have continuous access to suitable lifeline anchorage points.
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We are one of North America’s most qualified and experienced crews and specialize in Building Maintenance Unit and Video Display Board installations as well as custom signs and banners.