Mobile Access Towers often have multiple components, including structural braces, frames, platforms, kickboards, and swivel-locking castor wheels. As you can see, there are a lot of components to keep hold of or to lose on the job site, but AGR Mobile Access Towers can help to reduce the number of loose components by having complete frames.
This can make transporting and storing your mobile tower much easier because it removes the usual struts/guardrails usually supplied with a typical mobile access tower. It also allows you to build your mobile access tower more quickly and provides collective fall protection before the operator accesses the platform.
Recap of the benefits:
• Fewer components than braced towers reduce losses on site
• Faster assembly and an ergonomic easy to use design
• Correct Guardrail heights achieved every time
• Collective protection before the operative accesses the platforms
Watch an AGR Mobile Access Tower being erected:
Remember – To build a Mobile Tower safely & correctly; please make sure you hold a valid PASMA card and have the manual to build your mobile tower to hand when erecting. This will ensure you have all the required components to build your mobile tower and allow you to build it correctly.
PAMSA card expired? We have upcoming training courses available. Please select below the relevant course for your needs:
- PASMA Towers for Users Course
- PAMSA Towers on Stairways Course
- PASMA Combined Towers & Low-Level Access Course
- PASMA Working at Height Novice Course
- PASMA Low-Level Access Course
Still, trying to figure it out? Please get in touch with us today, and we will be happy to explain and share our industry knowledge with you.