BMU (building maintenance unit)
Suspended platforms for buildings
AdermaLocatelli Group manufactures access systems for facades and roofs, in particular BMU platforms (building maintenance unit) that are ideal for solving accessibility needs for the maintenance and cleaning of areas not otherwise accessible.
Suspended platforms BMU features
All access systems installed by AdermaLocatelli Group are perfectly integrated into the structure of the building, without being too visible and leaving the architectural characteristics unchanged.
AdermaLocatelli systems are designed ad hoc for every building. Access systems essentially consist of three elements:
- A suspended platform BMU (“Building Maintenance Unit”) for one or two people (platforms for several people can also be created) which is moved on the facade and which integrates the motors inside for vertical translation;
- A system for horizontal translation along the facade, which can be made with manual trolleys, electrified trolleys or roof machines;
- A system of rails to which the translation carriages are tied. Rails that can be external to the facade or on the roofText
The systems are CE marked and comply with UNI EN 1808 and machinery directives.
The product Suspended platforms BMU (building maintenance unit) has been used for the realization of several projects.
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Tiburtina high speed station – Rome – Italy
AdermaLocatelli built and installed the access systems for the maintenance and cleaning of the facades of the new Tiburtina Station in Rome.
H3G Italia – Rome – Italy
AdermaLocatelli installed a monorail access system for the maintenance and cleaning of the glass and aluminium curtain walls of H3G headquarters buildings.
Museum of 1900 – Milan – Italy
AdermaLocatelli Group designed and installed the access systems to the facades of the Arengario Palace in Milan, which houses the Museum of 1900.
IEO European Institute of Oncology – Milan – Italy
AdermaLocatelli realized the access systems for the maintenance of the facades inside the courtyard of the Center IEO (European Institute of Oncology) in Milan.