Galmon spider lift in the Singapore Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth

Galmon’s Falcon Lift FS320Z was spotted performing maintenance works inside the colourful offices of the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth!

This iconic six-storey building was completed in 1934 to house the Hill Street Police Station and Barracks. In 1998, the building was gazetted as a national monument and underwent major renovations which included the installation of a glass roof in the central atrium.

Galmon Falcon Lift FS320Z spider lift at Singapore's Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth

The FS320Z spider lift weighs just 5,900kg and has minimal point loading, making it ideal to work on the delicate tiled floors inside the building.

Galmon Falcon Lift FS320Z spider lift at Singapore's Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth

With an impressive 32m working height, the spider lift reached up the building’s domed glass ceiling easily.

The FS320Z is also equipped with an auto-levelling feature for quick and safe setup.

Galmon Falcon Lift FS320Z spider lift at Singapore's Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth

The machine also has a lateral outreach of 16m and a 375° range of rotation, providing operators with a larger work envelope without having to reposition the machine constantly.

Galmon Falcon Lift FS320Z spider lift at Singapore's Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth

The versatile FS320Z also has a dual power source (electric and diesel) which gives you the flexibility to work safely indoors and outdoors.

About the FS320Z Spider Lift

Working Height: 32m
Lateral Outreach: 16m
Power Source: Electric, Diesel
Range of Rotation: 375°
Weight: 5,900kg

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

 

 

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