The rail-guided MGC-F climbing system

Rail-guided climbing, lifting by crane. The MGC-F and the wall formwork always form a single unit.
The use of guide rails and guide shoes ensures that it remains firmly anchored to the building even under windy conditions – during both the construction phase and the climbing phase.

Product characteristics

  • Lifting process by crane
    • Provides for flexibility and efficiency
  • Guide rails can be placed at widths from 4’ to 14’
  • High degree of safety
    • Fully integrated access ladders with safety cages
  • Preassembly of the platforms eliminates the need for job site
    build space and labor
  • Can be flown onto and off the wall in a single pick
  • Safe work in all weather conditions increases productivity
  • No need to disassemble the platform before it is returned from the job site
  • All-in-one-solution
    • MGC-F in conjunction with MGS provides for optimum safety and efficient construction processes

Safe work at all heights

Rail-guided lifting by crane

Safe and efficient assembly directly from the truck
Thanks to the MGC-F’s innovative design, the units can arrive at the job site preassembled and ready to be flown directly onto the wall; saving time, space, and labor.

Extensions and trailing platforms installed from below
When the climbing unit has been installed on the building, the extensions, trailing platforms, and access ladders are also installed from below. This ­increases the safety of the system and the efficiency during assembly.

MGC-F and wall formwork – always a safe unit
The MGC-F and the wall formwork always form a single unit. The use of guide rails and guide shoes ensures that it remains firmly anchored to the building even under windy conditions – during both the construction phase and the climbing phase.

Even complex geometries with different sizes and offset structural elements can be easily achieved using the MGC-F guided climbing system.

Climbing shoes secure the guiding rails to the building at all times, during both the construction phase and the climbing phase.