2700 series stair access towers (SAT) from No Bolt is strong, durable and safe. The SAT is the access tower of choice for many roofing companies.
Tested to a height of 18.4 metre, the SAT does allow a safe and accurate step-off height every time. No need to jump over gaps or parapets; simply step off the access tower at the exact height.
With 700mm internal width of the stairs, the 2700 series stair access towers negate the use of double stair towers. 2 men can easily pass each other.
- 2.7mm wall thickness throughout
- 6061-T6 high-grade structural aluminium
- Fully welded frames
- Supplied with wall brackets and ties
- Made to Australian Standards
- Full handrails at both sides of stairs
- Adjustable bases
- Accurate step-off heights
- Aluminium kick boards
- Landing handrail
- Stair safety rails
- Gap plates
Step-up and step-off
- Choice of 400mm and 800mm step-up
- Optional intermediate step-off
- Accurate step-off height
- Tested up to 18.4m
- Footprint: 2.4m x 1.8m
- 700mm wide stairs
- 1.2m stair rises
Some construction sites require stairs of 1 metre wide to allow for an injured person to be carried down on a stretcher. Fact is that if that injured person turns out to be heavy-built, carrying this person down a flight of stairs will become a hazard in itself.
In any event, when a person is injured on a roof and is not capable of moving him/herself, simply dial 000. The operator will ask the relevant questions to determine what is required.
In cases whereby a person is to be lifted off the roof, the fire brigade might send out the High Angle Rescue Team (HART) to assist with the safe transport off the roof.