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Schlam Hercules Handrails

Schlam Hercules Handrails

A safe working at heights answer to curved bodies

It doesn’t matter if you’re driving a truck, spinning a spanner, or wielding a welding torch – safety comes first in the mining industry—end of story.

Much like in other areas of a maintainer’s daily routine, ensuring the utmost safety comes down to selecting the right tool for the job.

In the past, maintainers utilised large rear access platforms when performing inspections and maintenance of the Original DT HiLoad Hercules dump body.

While these rear access platforms have a place, they require a forklift for installation, which introduces additional risk and high costs for basic inspection and maintenance duties.

Also, due to the unique design of the Hercules dump body, standard handrails just don’t cut it.

We knew that we could engineer a solution to mitigate the working at heights risk while also providing a higher standard of safe work practices.

25%

The cost of rear access platforms

Schlam’s modular handrails are the right tool for the job

Our Modular Handrails are designed to be used in conjunction with a scissor lift and can be installed in as little as ten minutes by two maintainers with only basic tooling.

The Handrails feature an integrated self-closing gate meaning that the maintainers are protected even when the scissor lift is lowered.

Plus, our Handrails are made from steel for extra strength and low maintenance in a remote setting.

While safety should come first no matter the price, our Handrails are also a quarter of the cost of a large rear access platform.

Benefits of Schlam Modular Handrails

  • ELIMINATES THE NEED FOR LARGE REAR ACCESS PLATFORMS
  • INSTALLED BY TWO MAINTAINERS IN UNDER TEN MINUTES
  • NO WELDING REQUIRED
  • MILD STEEL CONSTRUCTION FOR EASE OF MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ON-SITE

Features of Schlam Modular Handrails

  • DESIGNED TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH A SCISSOR LIFT
  • INTEGRATED SELF-CLOSING GATE

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