POCs and Tests
Tones of scaffolding
Residential, Commercial & Special Construction
From renovation projects to churches, towers, bridges, power poles etc.
Process Manufacturing & Energy Production
At refineries, power plants and industrial facilities: towers, boilers, tanks, columns, reactors etc.
Shipyards / shipbuilding, aircraft maintenance and event industry
Other – General Material Transport
Our platform is exchangeable – we can customise our solution for you.
Bilfinger arnholdt GmbH
Bilfinger arnholdt is now permanently using LIFTBOT in their projects and thus increases assembly efficiency while reducing the physical strain on their scaffolders. In a project at Stadtwerke Münster, Bilfinger arnholdt was assembling scaffolding of at least 22 meters height around a tall glass façade. Because of the little space on site, material logistics was a major challenge in this project. With the flexibility of LIFTBOT, only 3 workers were needed to erect the scaffolding instead of 7 or more.
MTL Group s.r.o.
We are proud to deliver another LIFTBOT to the scaffolding and industrial service provider MTL Group s.r.o. With LIFTBOT, MTL can now provide its customers with even better and more flexible services. In a project on a power plant in the Czech Republic, only 2 instead of 4 people were needed to erect and dismantle the scaffolding, which was about 40 meters high.
Bassenberg & Schwarting GmbH
After serval pilot projects, Bassenberg & Schwarting decided to deploy LIFTBOT on a permanent basis at the MEYER Werft - the largest shipbuilding yard in Germany. Branch manager Sebastian Dietrich and his deputy, Holger Wilts see the major advantages of LIFTBOT in the significant increase in assembly efficiency and in reducing the physical strain on their scaffolders.
Together with Schäfer Gerüstbau we have successfully completed a project in the heart of Munich at the Residential Quarter of Stadtwerke München (SWM). In the course of one week we were able to save 37 % of man-hours, while securing a safer and more ergonomic environment for workers.
A successful pilot project in Brandenburg, Germany was carried out together with NÜSSLI Group. The use of LIFTBOT resulted in a remarkable 45% increase in efficiency, while always complying with the new safety regulations TRBS 2121-1. The reduced physical strain was visible to all scaffolders at the end of the week.