OV30 Tower is an innovative ground support system that incoporates all the latest safety features. With its ability to pack into an easy and compact unit this is the tower touring with light to medium weight truss systems.
Head Block; OV30-HB – Features include, Safety chain capture to stop the chain coming out of the block in the unlikely event that the hoist chain jumps the pulley wheels, Secondary set of wheels to allow for safety chain or wheel to be fitted once the system is at height, Optional Anenometer mounting bracket, Utilises the standard OV bolt on connector for maximium versatility, Carry handles built in for ease of use.
Sleeve Block; OV40-SB – Features include, The ability to connect either OV40 and or OV30 trusses, Dedicated positions to allow for a standard shackle or other items to be attached directly for lifting or secondary safety. Utilises the standard OV bolt on connector for maximium versatility, Carry handles built in for ease of use.
Base Unit; OV30-BU – Features include, Foldable Outriggers for compact transport and / or storage, Wheels for ease of moving, Locking pins attached so they cannot be lost or forgotten,Detachable Outriggers, Utilises the standard OV bolt on connector for maximium versatility, Carry handles built in for ease of use.
Tower Lifting Frame; OV30-TLF – Allows for the safe erection of the tower using a motor to control both the lift and descent. No working at height is necessary for this operation.
Mast Type: OV30 Truss, 30cm x 30cm
Horizontal Truss Types: OV30 Truss; OV40 Truss
Material Specifications: EN AW-6082 T6
Fixings: Conical : TFC pins & R3 Clips
Tower Capacity: Nominal 1000 kgs
Item Codes, Weights and Dimensions
Manufactured in accordance with
BS EN 1090-3:2008 : Technical Requirements for aluminium structures
EN ISO 9001:2008 : Quality management systems
BS EN 17115:2018 : Specifications for design and manufacture of aluminium and steel
- All loads are given in Kilograms
- Allowance has been made for self-weight of truss
- The payload of the truss has been calculated as a permanent action.
Should it be necessary to consider the payload as a variable action, the tabulated figures should be reduced to 90% of the given values