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MARKET REPORT LOW-LEVEL ACCESS continued


More Pop Ups added


Pop Up Products offers a wide range of low-level access products. Its original single-user MI Tower is now complemented by the MI Tower+ (both pictured), which has a larger work platform to accommodate up to two people. The newest addition, the MI Tower Stairs, uses the same concept but offers additional flexibility for working on staircases. Also new is the Pro IQ, a push-around low-level access lift which has


an on-board safety control unit. It also incorporates a descent beacon and anti-surf automatic braking. Pop Up Products also offers the Rol Guard, a platform ladder as an


Lyte up to standard


The Lytepod from Lyte Ladders & Towers has been specifically designed to meet the requirements of the BS 8620 standard. Versions are available with platform heights of 1m, 1.2m and 1.5m and self-closing saloon-style gates are incorporated for ease of access and egress.


alternative to podiums. It is designed to offer low weight, all-round guard rail protection and an extra-large working platform, and is compliant with EN131 Part 7.


01244 833933 www.popupproducts.co.uk


Due to expansion of the company We are now Recruiting


Sales Manager - North | Sales Manager - South Depot Manager (Chorley Depot) | General Manager To Apply


The product has only two removable


parts, namely the platform deck and the access ladder, to avoid the risk of components being lost on site. The Lytepod has non-removable stabilisers, with toeboards available as an option.


01792 796666 www.lyteladders.co.uk


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Send your CV/Application with cover letter to enquiry@adwelding.co.uk and quote in the subject line the position applying for.


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