The Maxus SC5000 is a robust workhorse of Scanclimber’s mast climbing work platforms. With a load capacity of up to 5 000 kg and a climbing rate of 7 or 12 meters per minute, it is the perfect tool for any facade work which requires great capacity – whether for new construction or restoration.
Taurus SC6000 is the middle heavy weight workhorse of Scanclimber's mast climbing work platforms. It is the perfect tool for any facade work that requires high capacity, whether for new construction or restoration. With a load capacity of up to twin mast version's 5 600 kg, and a lifting speed of 11.3 meter per minute, it is perfect for masonry (brick or block), stone or marble facade work from 0 to 300 meters in height.
Our second strongest mast climbing work platform. It is a perfect choice for heavy-duty facade work and for projects requiring large platform size. Depending on the required loading capacity and platform length, it can be used as a single or a twin mast arrangement.
The SC10000 is the most powerful addition to Scanclimber’s mast climbing work platforms. The rack and pinion driven Centum is probably the strongest mast climber in the market of vertical access solutions. It is a perfect choice for heavy-duty façade works requiring a large platform size.
RACK AND PINION DRIVEN SC6000 mast climbing work platform is a middle heavy weight lifting machine and working platform - all in one package. It suits well for facade work that requires high capacity, whether for new construction or restoration. It is Scanclimber's entry product for heavy-duty facade work, and for projects requiring extra-large platform size.
SC6000'S 1,6 M WIDE PLATFORM provides enough space for workers to perform their job in comfort. Starting from 4,1 meters, the single mast Taurus can grow up to 16,9 meters in length. With two masts, the platform length can be extended up to 44,6 meters. If needed, it is possible to use this twin as two separate machines.
Taurus SC6000 is available with the Scanclimber Snake platform, which as the name suggests, squirms to "any" position.