ReechCraft’s new PowerPole version
ReechCraft, Inc. has released a "bypass" version of its popular PowerPole Lift System. PowerPole is a highly portable, mast climbing lift designed to provide fast access to up to a 100-foot working height.
PowerPole uses a gearbox-driven gear-and-track system to elevate the operator up the proprietary mast system. A conventional half-inch drive drill is used as the power supply. The conventional "tilt up" version is pre-assembled at the site, rolled to the wall and tilted up, ready to use in minutes, without penetrating the wall to secure it to the building.
The PowerPole bypass system uses ties that are anchored to the wall with six-foot mast sections that quickly stack from the ground, up. The climbing unit is configured to by-pass the ties, providing uninterrupted travel to the top.
The PowerPole is designed as a highly portable, lightweight, ground-erected system to allow more suitable access for lower rise jobs. It can be configured in a way to accommodate the various architectural challenges frequently confronted by contractors.
For more information, visit www.reechcraft.com/PowerPole.
Originally published in Masonry magazine.
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