Scanclimber SC6000 twin mast climbers with sliding deck extensions at Amager Bakke Energy Plant

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http://www.scanclimber.com Scanclimber SC6000 twin work platforms with sliding deck extensions are used as access equipment for assembling facade of Amager Bakke, the world’s most modern and environmentally friendly waste-to-energy plant. It is designed with a very unique structure which constitutes a new trash incineration whereas the top of the hill has green top, open to public. Scanclimber has offered various benefits during the construction process of Amager Bakke i.e. module assembly, reaching 2 height levels at the same time, working at the heights, simpler erection of machines, etc. According to the feedback from constructors, the main benefit that they were pleased about was the applicability of the machines with reference to the structural requirements. Additionally, Scanclimber machines can withstand extreme temperatures which prevent unnecessary interruption during construction process and lastly, the assembly of modules used for the building was done without prior experience and it worked out very well.

Read more about the project:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amager_Bakke
https://www.a-r-c.dk/amager-bakke
http://www.power-technology.com/projects/amager-bakke-waste-energy-plant/