Galmon by the Bay – boom lift refreshes façade of iconic Marina Bay Cruise Centre

Situated against the modern Singapore skyline, the 28,000 sqm Marina Bay Cruise Centre features an undulating roof-scape that mimics the breaking of waves on the shore.

Galmon JLG 1350SJP boom lift at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore

With its impressive 41.15m working height, Galmon’s JLG 1350SJP boom lift reached up easily to clean the alternating panels of aluminium and glass across the building’s exterior.

Galmon JLG 1350SJP boom lift at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore

The operators also made full use of the boom lift’s jib feature to move up, down and across the façade quickly, all without having to reposition the machine.

Galmon JLG 1350SJP boom lift at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore

About the JLG 1350SJP Telescopic Boom Lift

Working Height: 41.15 m
Platform Capacity: 453.59 kg (restricted), 226.80 kg (unrestricted)
Horizontal Outreach: 24.38 m
Swing: 360 degrees continuous
Jib – range of articulation: 130 degrees
Jib – horizontal rotation: 180 degrees

Click here to view more application photos of the JLG 1350SJP.

For more information, please contact us at info@galmon.com.

 

 

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