temporary access system
A modular temporary staircase and duckboard solution that is secure and quick-to-install. It’s the perfect alternative to commonly-built, temporary wooden structures. Due to its modular structure and universal usability, our temporary stairs have a wide range of applications and are perfect for providing safe and efficient temporary access across a walkway or between levels on a construction site.
Main advantages of TAS stairs are:
- Easy and quick-to-assemble
- Universal and safe
- Wide range of possible inclinations on the horizontal axis: between 25° and 50°
- Simple and reliable structure
- Modularity – available in modules between 3 and 18 steps with a single flight of stairs
- Possibility of combining single duckboards (e.g. 18+18 steps, 15+21 steps)
- Possibility of mounting railing on one or both sides
- Automatic steps levelling
- Easy mobility – possibility of changing the place of use on the site by means of crane transport
- Conformity with PN-EN 12811 standard
In the construction area it is necessary to provide pedestrian communication between different floors, on which the works are performed: on several floors of buildings, excavations, slopes, embankments etc. To meet the expectations, the TLC Group designed safe and versatile temporary stairs and staircases. The stairs may be set against a floor at the angle of from 25° to 50°, which allows the users to adapt them to terrain conditions.
The structure of the temporary staircases is manufactured in accordance with EN 12811: “Temporary works equipment”. The staircases meet the requirements for bearing capacity of class 1 (1 kN per 200 x 200 mm surface, acc. to EN 12811). The TLC stairs and temporary staircases are suitable for unassisted assembly using a crane. They may be configured up to the height of 8.5 m. Proper seating and anchoring of the temporary staircase and stairs will ensure safe and comfortable carrying of power tools, small equipment and construction materials.
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