UCEL can supply a range of common tower options including hoist mast tower platforms (with optional mast climbers), aluminum leg towers, rental options and manufacturing custom design.
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What are they?
Common towers are temporary structures that provide a building under construction with up to three dual hoists. This helps create a compact and extremely efficient footprint.
Why would you use them?
These towers increase flexibility in the layout, allowing multiple hoists to be a possibility when working with limited space. Ultimately, common towers are by far the most efficient configuration to use when you need multiple hoists to complete a job or build.
What are the benefits?
We have already touched on one of the biggest benefits that common towers offer, which is the ability to have multiple hoists in a limited space. However, there are other advantages that these towers can also offer. The following are the benefits that common towers provide:
- Little impact on curtain wall
- Centralized access complex
- Adaptable design abilities
- Scalable and modular
- Centralized access
UCEL has been a proud construction hoist manufacturer for over half a century, and we aim to make your life easier by providing the very best in building hoists. Experts craft all our products from high-quality materials, and our offerings will help you get the job done in an efficient and timely manner.
If you have any questions about our offerings or have something specific you’d like us to build for you, then please give us a call at 905-669-2558 or contact us here.
EXPERIENCE SINCE 1963
We bring 55+ years of family-operated quality, reliability and safety to every project.
Our equipment is manufactured in an ISO9001 facility and is certified to meet the highest European, ANSI (US), TUV (EU), and CSA (Canada) requirements.
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