Stay on top of things in safety
Our roof working platforms offer you a flexible means of access for inspection and maintenance of different rail and road vehicles for public transportation. It's no surprise that we place great emphasis on workplace safety in this area too.
To bridge the distance to the vehicle, the roof working platforms are fitted with the latest extender units. Our roof work platforms with an adjustable height can be flexibly adapted to the respective vehicle fleet.
When it comes to the various possible applications, your best option is to let our experienced specialists draw up tailored proposals for you.
See here our new height adjustable roof working platform for buses.
Nowadays we have a big change in public bus transport to sustainable mobility. We delivered our first height adjustable roof working platform to Sweden. This will cover the maintenance requirements for your entire fleet and ensure safty and efficient work on the roof top.
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Pfaff Verkehrstechnik is expanding its product portfolio with solutions for maintenance and repair work on the roofs of a wide variety of buses, especially on electrically and gas-powered vehicles.
The new roof work platforms with an adjustable height of 1.5 m to 4.5 m can be flexibly adapted to the respective bus fleet according to the modular principle due to different segment lengths of 3 m to 9 m, regardless of whether they are simple buses with 12 m, double-deck buses with 14 m or articulated buses with a length of 18 m.
Most of modern trains are low floor types.
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BLS, a railway operating company in Switzerland, has equipped the modernised plant in Spiez with lifting jacks from Pfaff Verkehrstechnik for the maintenance of the latest generation of multiple units. Thanks to the wireless control of the entire lifting jack system via a WLAN infrastructure, flexibility during maintenance work is increased and there are no longer any troublesome control cables on the ground.
The 16 Pfaff-silberblau lifting jacks each have a load capacity of 25 tonnes and can lift and lower entire multiple units with a total weight of up to 400 tonnes and a total length of up to 105 metres for maintenance purposes, for example the well-known 4-carriage multiple-unit train “Mutz” with a total weight of 217 tonnes. Thanks to the new system, which can be extended to include further lifting jacks, the modernised workshops in Spiez will also be able to service 6-carriage multiple units in future.
Whether above ground or underground – Pfaff-silberblau's traffic technology works in the background to ensure that the trains run smoothly.
Anyone who operates modern transport systems depends on reliable maintenance and inspection. With our equipment, we enable the efficient organization and execution of maintenance work with the lowest possible downtimes.
In addition to mobile lifting jacks, the range also includes lifting platforms as well as special systems and complete underfloor lifting systems. For all maintenance and repair work on bogies, wheelsets and vehicle frames, we offer the right solution, optimal for your transport system.
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