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All-round protection at all heights
Safe and quick assembly
Safety and speedy construction are the priorities when erecting very tall buildings. MEVA offers ideal solutions ranging from classic climbing scaffolds to automatic climbing systems for all high-rise construction projects ensuring efficient and quick climbing, even under challenging conditions.
The MEVA guided screen (MGS-H) system encloses entire storeys of a building, irrespective of the height of the building. Maximum safety is guaranteed during all phases of the work in almost all weather conditions, making MGS-H an ideal choice for high-rise construction.
MGS-H can be safely and efficiently assembled on the ground or delivered pre-assembled on site, saving time and space. It remains connected to the building during the entire construction period and can be attached to either the slab or the wall. The screening is completely closed, optionally with cladding sheet (perforated or unperforated) or with various fabrics.
Choose the size of the units and adapt them to suit the shape of the building. Even large-format units can be climbed quickly and safely in one lift.
Besides safety, the focus is on ergonomics: weight-optimised hydraulic cylinders, a mobile hydraulic unit and the lightweight MGS-H guide shoe make assembly easy with no need for cranes.
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Adaptable and efficient
System with individual units
- Flexible adaptation to floor plan and geometry
- Free positioning of guide rails
- Economical solution for almost all buildings due to flexible widths
- Thanks to weight-optimised components
Safe and rapid assembly
- Assemble on ground
- Can be delivered as pre-assembled unit
- Use in conjunction with MGC-H and MAC for optimum safety and efficient construction process
Used flexibly with and without working platform
Safe and secure working at great heights
- MGS-H is the ideal solution for a full enclosed safety screen system for high-rise construction.
For more detailed technical information please refer to the download tab which contains PDF information about this product.
Storey heights of 3-4.25m.
Guiding rails up to 4.5m spacing.
By hydraulics or crane.
Climbing in winds up to 70km/h.
All round enclosure of slab edges provided by MGS-H rail-guided screen system.
Firmly attached to the building at all times to protect it against the wind, during both the construction phase and the climbing phase.
Lifting process using hydraulics or by crane – high degree of flexibility and efficiency.
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Related products and accessories
All MEVA systems are designed to be compatible, saving you time and money. We think you might find these products useful.
MEVA’s system-independent accessories include smart solutions like quick anchors, stop-end systems and security systems as well as reusable box-out corners to make your next construction project as easy as possible.
The MAC automatic climbing system (MEVA Automatic Climbing) is the preferred solution for very tall buildings where the strictest requirements are placed on safety.
MGC-H Climbing System elevates utilizing hydraulics and cranes after the completion of each level, and provides sufficient space for forming and box workouts with slide carriages.
KLK 230 climbing scaffold is a craneable wall formwork. The climbing scaffold, is specifically adapted to suit the each building and serves as a barrier-free working scaffold.
Let our team help you select the right product.
Talk to one of our MEVA formwork specialists, we can help you with all your formwork needs from the ground up. Let us help with your next formwork project.
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