FAQ

Most frequently-asked questions and answers about our gondolas

Our versatile gondolas can be used for:

  • Repairing and maintenance
  • Renovation and upgrading
  • Painting and spraying of buildings or high walls
  • Caulking
  • Sash-sealing
  • Cleaning
  • Smokestacks
  • Bridges
  • Fuel tanks
  • Shipyards
  • Welding
  • Lift car installation
  • Installed in a relatively short time
  • Easy to assemble and/or disassemble by bolts and nuts
  • Work at height
  • Portable
  • Single man operation – efficient renovation work can be done quickly using our gondolas
  • Extremely versatile – easily adapted for different applications
  • Reliable and very safe operating system

Our gondolas are very versatile and can be used at most  flat roof*  residential, commercial and industrial buildings, such as:

  • hotels
  • shopping centres
  • airport hanger
  • offices
  • hospitals
  • schools
  • condominiums
  • Housing Development Board (HDB) flats
  • lift shafts

* Gondolas are not suitable to be used for buildings with pitch roof 

No.

A gondola is also known as a suspended scaffold whereas normal scaffolding refers to erected platforms from ground up.

Suspended scaffold (or gondola) is supported/secured from the roof level and suspended by wire rope and can be raised up or down using electrical winches. 

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