• Dolna Odra Power Plant

    Dolna Odra Power Plant

    The requirements of Ministry of Environment Regulation, EU demand that the discharge pollutants from industrial processes and operations must be controlled and regularly monitored. Scanclimber SC500K Industrial Hoist was selected for the installation at chimney of the plant. SC500K successfully serves for periodic maintenance of chimney and to access the equipment installed on the chimney in order to monitor emissions.

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  • Neurath Power Plant, Germany

    Neurath Power Plant, Germany

    Two cooling towers were needed to be erected at Neurath Power Plant in Grevenbroich, Germany. A suitable solution was required to transport both material and passengers from ground to the landing location in construction phase. The main challenge was to adapt hoist to constantly changing gradient of the cooling tower having concave profile. Scanclimber solved the problem together with their client by developing an adaptation of the SCANCLIMBER SC2032F hoist to meet these very special requirements

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  • World’s Cleanest & Most Efficient Power Plant

    World’s Cleanest & Most Efficient Power Plant

    The coal power plant in Rustersieler Groden in Wilhelmshaven is a newly constructed power plant by GDF Suez which started its operations in full capacity in March, 2014. To ensure environment friendly emissions, it was essential to continuously monitor the emissions from the chimney which required access to the emission release point inside the chimney. Scanclimber SC400K Industrial Hoist was chosen for installation inside the chimney.

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PM1500 in a railway tunnel in Zürich, Switzerland

The rescue concept for a railway tunnel in Zurich had to be revised on short notice. Three shafts for evacuation and the transportation of materials were driven into the mountain retroactively. A steel staircase and a rescue hoist were installed in each of these shafts. Three SCANCLIMBER PM1500 permanent hoists were built within the shafts.

Each hoist has a device measuring stress and is connected to the railway control net by an emergency switch. The aluminum lined lift cages, with a surface of 2.40 m x 1.40 m, pass through the shafts which are up to 70 meters high, at the speed of 40 m/min.

Scanclimber installed the hoists within two months despite difficult circumstances. Various new developments were taken into account in this pilot project. Among other things, an especially narrow mast was chosen for the toothed rack drive operation to guarantee an optimal lift service in the narrow shaft.

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