LOBO in use:
University of Bath: Universities
Maintenance and safety management begins with universities ensuring that employees have fit for purpose, work at height safety equipment, on which they have been trained to assemble, inspect and use safely. Access equipment which is unstable or rickety, which does not fit properly and is therefore dangerous, should never be used.
The LOBO System is a versatile work platform product that combines the flexibility and strength of traditional scaffolding with the simplicity and mobility of tower systems. The unique and patented hand adjustable clamp, when combined with the tube, allows the technician to create a work platform, of any shape or size, without the need for any tools.
The system is made from modular steel components, which are easy and quick to assemble and provide a rock steady and safe working platform.
- It flat packs for easy transportation and yet is incredibly rigid and strong.
- Areas previously awkward to get to, can now be accessed by the PSD with ease, whenever required.
- The LOBO lifting slider beam can easily be incorporated to allow safe lifting of loads up to 500Kg.
- The LOBO System is scalable, adaptable and adjustable to meet your on-going and changing requirements. Simply add more components or alter your existing configuration to satisfy the demands of the next task.
- The LOBO System can be conveniently stored and transported in a LOBO Towerstore storage crate. Available in three sizes, the Towerstore is built to protect your investment when not in use.
- When needed, the components can be removed with ease and built into any required configuration, by your own maintenance engineers and technicians.
- LOBO is a rigid and stable product, which meets or exceeds international safety regulations.
- LOBO Systems provides fully certified training for safe assembly, inspection and use.
Bath University has protected their initial investment with a product that will meet all their access needs safely.
University of Bath
Other Clients in Sector
EU: BS EN1004:2004 BS 1139 parts 3 & 4
USA: OSHA Compliant, ANSI A10.8, 29 CFR Part 1920 (General Industry)
Canada: CAN/CSA Z797‐09 & S269.2
Australia: AS/NZS 1576.1:2010 and AS/NZS 1576.3:2015 Tower