Industrial Crossover Platforms
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star aluminium crossover platforms
Our Industrial Crossover Platforms are lightweight, yet strong platforms that offer safe access when crossing over machinery and equipment.
They are designed to provide safe access without the use of additional ladders or steps while giving users a solid footing over moving parts.
Industrial Crossovers can also be used for access to trucks and machines.
With a load rating of 200kg, they can handle even the heaviest of loads!
And with a handrail height of 900mm, they’re safe and easy to use!
Plus, with our 5-year Manufacturing Warranty, you can be sure that these platforms will last long into the future!
Platform Body length 3mm checkerplate
Heavy Duty platform load rated at 200kg
Complies to Australian Standard: AS/NZS 1170.0-2002, AS1657-2013, AS/NZS 1892.1:1996
5-Year Manufacturing Warranty
Aluminium Description: 60mm x 40mm x 3mm RHS, 100x40x4mm, 48mm x 4.7mm tube, 32x3mm tube, 100mm step section, 67° angle and 3mm checker plate. Alloy temper 6061T6.
Handrail height 900mm
3mm Checker Plate or (13mm mesh optional)
Platform width 700mm (internal 600mm)
- Set of Wings
- Access cage or Access hoop for cantilever
- Forklift pockets
- 1000mm adjustments in height
- Wheel upgrades
- Tool trays
- Self-closing gate
AFTERCARE & MAINTENANCE
Protecting the safety of our customers is a priority for us at Star Aluminium and we ensure all products are manufactured to meet both Australian Manufacturing Standards as well Safety Standards.
Our products feature a compliance plate in conjunction with engineering certification.
Our standard products comply with OH&S requirements, have a 3 year manufacturing warranty, and meet all standards required by Australia.
Every month, we recommend that you inspect every work platform to make sure they are safe for use.
Check the platform’s surface and weld points in order to ensure there is no external damage or corrosion from weather conditions that can cause a safety issue.
If any damage is found on the equipment when checking your monthly inspection routine please mark the equipment as “out of service” and call us so we may discuss what needs repaired.