BUTT GmbH – yard ramps & industrial doors
Loading bridge: mechanical design, reinforced, steel design 7° and 15°, 385 mm jib length
Loading bridge: mechanical version, reinforced, steel version 7° and suspended, 345 mm jib length
Loading bridge: mechanical design, reinforced, aluminium design, make RPB 40, 7° and 15°, 385 mm jib length
Loading bridge: mechanical design, reinforced, aluminium design, make RPB 40, 7° and hanging, 345 mm jib length
Loading bridge: laterally adjustable, aluminium version, type KBS, 410 or 535 mm jib length
Fixed railing: 1,100 mm high, steel tube, optionally with control unit
Plug-in railings: 1,100 mm high, 800 mm long, tubular steel
Steer/plug-in railing: 1,100 mm high, 600 mm long, incl. switching functions up/down in dead man mode and an emergency stop, steel tube
Control column: Height 1,750 mm, tubular steel
Gantry frame: Height depending on ramp dimensions, optionally with control unit, steel tube
Underride protection: Roller version, cloth colour yellow
Roll-off safety: mechanically operated
Wheel load: 7.5 t HGV wheel
Wheel load: 10 t HGV wheel
Hot dip galvanising
Hydraulic power unit: placed outside the lifting table and mounted in a leakage oil sump
- For a fall height in accordance with DIN EN 1570-1:2012 (from 500 mm ramp height), the ramp must be secured in the area of the lifting table. This can be achieved by means of a gantry frame (gantry height = ramp height + 1,100 mm).
- If the fall height is greater than 500 mm, the lifting table must be secured all around with a railing.
- If control is from the platform, underride protection is required on the accessible sides of the lifting table. This also applies if the lower area of the lifting table is not directly visible from the operating position.
- Platforms intended for lifting wheeled loads (or where wheeled industrial trucks pass over the platform for loading or unloading) must be shaped or have such a device as to prevent the intended load (or industrial truck) from unintentionally rolling off. This device may only be ineffective when the platform is in a safe position for the passage of loads. This also applies to rolled loads (rollers, cylinders etc.).
Important information: Our lifting tables comply with the most recent EN standard of 1 May 2012. This applies in particular to fall protection devices. In the case of tables that do not comply with these new standards, the operator is also liable in the event of damage.