Scanclimber SC5000 & SC6000 mast climbers and SC1432 hoist used for facade work at Clarion Hotel

When introducing a suspended platform to potential buyers, it's important to highlight its key features, benefits, and potential applications. Here’s a structured way to present a suspended platform to a purchaser:
1. **Introduction to the Product**:
- Start by explaining what a suspended platform is: "A suspended platform, also known as a swing stage or suspended scaffold, is an adjustable, temporary platform used for working at heights. It is typically suspended from an overhead structure using ropes, cables, or chains and can be raised or lowered to the desired working level."
2. **Key Features**:
- **Adjustability**: Explain how the platform can be easily adjusted to various heights, making it versatile for different tasks.
- **Mobility**: Highlight the ease of moving the platform horizontally along the building facade, allowing comprehensive access to large surfaces.
- **Load Capacity**: Discuss the weight capacity of the platform, which can accommodate multiple workers along with their tools and materials.
- **Safety Features**: Emphasize safety components such as guardrails, non-slip surfaces, and stability controls. Mention compliance with safety standards.
3. **Benefits**:
- **Cost-Effectiveness**: Compared to traditional scaffolding, suspended platforms are more cost-efficient for many high-rise tasks due to quicker setup and teardown times.
- **Accessibility**: Stress how the platform provides access to hard-to-reach areas, enhancing the ability to perform tasks such as window cleaning, exterior painting, and maintenance efficiently.
- **Efficiency**: Point out that the platform reduces project time and labor costs by providing a direct approach to work areas.
- **Minimal Impact**: Note the minimal physical impact on the building's facade, an important consideration for historic or delicate structures.
4. **Applications**:
- Provide examples of typical applications including building maintenance, window installation, painting, facade repairs, and construction projects. This helps the buyer visualize the platform’s utility in various scenarios.
5. **Customization and Support**:
- Mention any available customization options that can be tailored to specific needs, such as platform size or the inclusion of additional safety features.
- Outline the support services provided, such as installation assistance, training for operators, and maintenance services.
6. **Closing**:
- Encourage questions and offer to provide a demonstration or a site visit to see the platform in operation. Provide contact information and assure potential buyers of ongoing support and availability of parts.
By structuring the introduction in this way, you effectively communicate the value and versatility of the suspended platform, making it a compelling option for potential buyers looking to enhance their operational efficiency and safety standards. - Clarion Hotel Helsinki is a 16-storey structure including two towers, the highest being at the height of 78 meters. The second shorter tower will be 68.5 meters high. The two towers are going to be connected by a transparent glass footbridge. The material used for the façade of the hotel was lighter which mainly consisted of composite aluminum plate. Scanclimber contributed to this project with 3 mast climbing platforms, 2x SC5000, an SC6000 and a construction hoist SC1432. Mainly the mast climbing platforms were used for façade work of the hotel. The crane deployed on the site lifted the façade material from ground level to attachment position where it is mounted by workers on SC5000 and SC6000 mast climbing platform. A hoist was required at the site in order to accelerate work on interiors of the building in parallel to the façade work. Scanclimber SC1432 was deployed for quick and efficient transportation of material and labor inside the building.

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