• New Centum SC10000

    The SC10000 is the most powerful addition to Scanclimber’s mast climbing work platforms. Launched on the occasion of Finland’s 100th Independence Day, the machine is named ‘Centum’. The rack and pinion driven Centum is probably the strongest mast climber in the market of vertical access solutions.
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  • Huge payload capacity

    This new member of the Scanclimber family is a perfect platform for heavy duty facade work like brick laying, facade and window element installation for especially high rise construction projects. Having a huge payload capacity is a crucial differentiating factor for the Centum with respect to heavy duty operations at bigger heights without compromising on the work ergonomics.
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  • Vertical access solution

    When it comes to mast climbing work platforms with the highest payloads without compromising on the quality and safety parameters, Scanclimber is a world leader of transport platform solutions. In the last decade, the firm has come a long way in developing heavy duty work platforms and the Centum will be the greatest release so far.
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  • Improves productivity

    The Centum comes with the usual refinements and is compatible with all the prior Scanclimber MCWP add-ons and extensions. Depending on the load capacity and platform length, the Centum can have a single or a twin mast arrangement.
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Bricklaying using Scanclimber's strongest SC10000 mast climber

Muuraus Nahkala used the Centum SC10000 mast climbing work platform for bricklaying work at the KOAS Harju student housing construction project.

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Scanclimber Wega SC2037-H65 construction hoist was used for the vertical transportation of personnel and material on construction project in Aviapolis Vantaa, Finland.
Two L-shaped twin mast climbing work platforms were used to build the concrete water tank at the world’s tallest wind mill. A unique mast climber solution was designed for the construction work of the world’s tallest wind turbine tower near Stuttgart, Germany.
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Funke Medienhäuser built a new headquarters and office buildings in the very center of Essen. Three Scanclimber Triple Hoists handled the vertical logistics of personnel and materials during construction.
A special indoor solution for the vertical transportation of personnel was used in the construction of the Niittyhuippu building in Espoo, Finland. A construction hoist was installed within the small footprint of an elevator shaft.
The Lekki Ikoyi Link Bridge was the first suspended cable stayed bridge built in Nigeria. The bridge was built to link the rapidly developing Lekki area with Ikoyi in the city of Lagos. Scanclimber’s wega hoist SC2032-65 played a key role in the construction of the bridge tower.
Kåfjord Bridge is a recently built cable-stayed bridge on Kåfjord, connecting the villages in the Alta municipality in Finnmark County, Norway. The bridge connects with the E6 motorway and it extends up to 9.3 km. The bridge has a single, large tower from which cables support the bridge deck.  
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