Museum of 1900 - Milan, Italy
facade access system, Suspended platforms BMU
AdermaLocatelli Group designed and installed the access systems to the facades of the Arengario Palace in Milan, which houses the Museum of 1900.
The system designed for the Museum of 1900 is composed of a 12-metre long monorail section, which serves the facade facing the Royal Palace, and and a binary coverage, which extends for a length of 12 meters, for the crane with telescopic arm that allows access to the remaining sides.
The facade access systems are made, respectively, with Rostek and Cox Gomyl products, international partners of AdermaLocatelli for what concerns facade access systems.
Products supplied by AdermaLocatelli:
Roof crane system: permanent system for access to the facades of the building, safe access for operators when performing maintenance or routine cleaning with a crane system designed to suit the particular requirement of the building.
Monorail RS133 – RS110 – RS63: permanent system for access to the facades of the building, safe access for operators when performing maintenance or routine cleaning with a gondola running on a pre-installed rail.
BMU (Building Maintenance Unit)
AdermaLocatelli supplies BMU platforms (building maintenance unit) which are moved on the building facade and integrate the motors inside for vertical translation.