SCF's 10kPa hoarding platform provides overhead protection for staff in portable buildings and on walkways.
The platform complies with Australian Standards AS4100 steel structures, AS1170.1 structural design actions, AS1170.2 wind actions and the Code of practice 1995-overhead protective structure.
Integrated certified anchor points assist with safe installation or dismantle when working at heights.
A range of options make it a flexible option for your worksite.
Wind rain guard to help reduce water and wind ingress
How is this container delivered?
Tilt tray delivers a container off the back of the truck. Similar to a tow truck, the tray is mechanically lowered at an angle, and the container is slid off, with the truck moving forward at slow speed. This is the most common delivery method used for containers. Tilt trays are not suitable for sites with overhead power lines as the container height increases significantly when tilted.
Hiab cranes lift containers from a mechanism located behind the truck's cabin. This is used for smaller shipping containers, usually up to 20 foot, or when there is limited space for a side loader or tilt tray. Using a crane means the container is easily positioned at an angle or up on a raised area. It can also be used to place containers over a fence or other obstacles.
Side loaders are used to transport our 20 foot and 40 foot shipping containers. This is the best delivery method for containers at sites that have limited space either in front or behind the area where the container is to be positioned. The container is unloaded between the two outrigger feet of the side loader, approximately half a metre from the side of the truck.