GEDA gets to work in Denmark

GEDA GmbH, a German construction and industrial hoist and platform manufacturer, is providing a Multilift P22 Premium and four 1200 Z/ZP transport platforms for two projects in Denmark.

geda, work platforms A GEDA 1200 Z/ZP transport platform. (Photo: GEDA)

At the Herlev Bymidte shopping center in a suburb of Copenhagen, GEDA’s Multilift P22 Premium is being utilized to transport people and materials up to 50 meters for renovation and expansion work.

With a maximum lift height is 200 meters at a speed of 54 m/min, the GEDA Multilift P22 Premium can lift up to 2,000 kg or 22 persons. The unit’s “electronic components can easily be maintained and make the GEDA Multilift P22 Premium an indispensable piece of equipment for an efficient construction site,” the company said.

One school – four transport platforms

The second construction site GEDA is supplying is located directly in Copenhagen at the new Arenakvarterets Skole. The building includes the community school, sports grounds, recreational facilities and a large communal space. The school is set to open at the end of this year.

geda, transport platform A GEDA Multilift P22. (Photo: GEDA)

Four GEDA 1200 Z/ZP transport platforms fitted with platform C are currently in use, two of which are mounted on the ground and travel to 9 meters with two total stops. The other two TP units have been installed on the flat roof and serve four floors, with a lifting height of 18 meters.

Capable of transporting up to 1,500 kg, the GEDA 1200 Z/ZP “is also the largest platform with the highest capacity of this model,” according to GEDA. The platform measures 3.2 m x 1.4 m and runs on one GEDA VARIO MAST, topping out at a total working height of up to 130 meters.

“The different platform versions with various speeds and load capacities offer the client maximum flexibility for the unique conditions on the construction site in question. For even greater efficiency, the two units at the Danish school have been set up next to each other so that they can run simultaneously. This allows more to be transported at the same time, and work can be carried out more efficiently overall,” GEDA concluded.

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