KOMBI® Aluminium Walkways, Stairs and Platforms offer safe and easy access for maintenance personnel when working in confined areas such as lift pits and elevator plant rooms.
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Most multi-level buildings have lifts and elevators and maintaining and servicing these on a regular basis is vital to ensure that they function safely and correctly with limited Out of Service time.
Depending on the frequency of use, maintenance may range from occasional service checks performed on a six monthly basis or in the case of high-use lifts, servicing many floors within large buildings, a more intensive regime of visits is necessary.
Whatever the maintenance routine, it is always essential to provide safe and easy access to elevator and lift machinery and plant. This is a primary responsibility for any PCBU (Person in Charge of a Business or Undertaking).
The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 states: "A person conducting a business or undertaking must ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that the health and safety of other persons is not put at risk from work carried out as part of the conduct of the business or undertaking."
Due to elevators and lifts being such an integral part of most buildings' accessibility, the time spent maintaining them is an essential part of your Duty of Care.
Usually the machinery for lifts and elevators is in small machine rooms with the the equipment being hard or almost impossible to reach. For personnel performing the work this can be far from an ideal location in which to maneouvre.
Moreover, the installation of the appropriate access systems can be difficult, given the small footprints or lack of available space.
Systems to provide access to the machinery rooms must be compact, sturdy and adaptable. Stairs, elevated walkways and access platforms are the types of equipment that are commonly used for this purpose. Additionally, the access systems must be simple and easy to use and give the maintenance personnel the ability to perform their tasks with ease.
KOMBI Stairs, Platforms and Elevated Walkways offer the perfect access solution for technicians and maintenance personnel. KOMBI Access Systems can be manufactured and assembled into countless configurations and adjusted on-site, in situ using basic hand tools and non-specialist trades.
Why do KOMBI® Modular Access Systems stand out from the crowd? Modular components which are easily installed that can fit into any space, anywhere.
KOMBI Stair, Platform and Walkway Systems are manufactured from aluminium and are lightweight, modular and adjustable on-site which makes them the ideal system when installation is required around confined areas such as lift and elevator plant rooms. They are Australian made and fully engineered and designed in accordance with Australian and New Zealand Standards AS 1657 and AS/NZS 1170.
Even delivery is easy with KOMBI. The systems arrive flat packed to site and if necessary the modular components can be carried by personnel to the desired location due to their lightweight construction. Please read our article Be Safety Smart which details how we specifically designed KOMBI to mitigate risks to your workforce in regard to manual handling.
What makes up a KOMBI system? Watch the video for a quick overview.
We hold many standard configurations in stock so shortened delivery times can be provided. For customised options please speak to our team on 1300 072 651.
Decided on KOMBI? There are several different ways that you can transform your KOMBI System from a dream to reality.
Build Your Own
The KOMBI BUILDA allows you to design and cost your own compliant KOMBI Stair and Platform Systems in minutes not hours.
All designs that are created in our unique online configuration tool comply with AS 1657 and AS/NZS 1170. Watch your designs will come to life before your eyes and once completed, you will be provided with detailed drawings which can be forwarded onto our team to commence manufacture.
After the fabrication has been finished, you can choose to either install yourself or contact SAYFA who will be able to put you in touch with one of our qualified installers.
Apply for a KOMBI BUILDA account now and start designing!
Examples of drawings supplied from the KOMBI BUILDA.
KOMBI system installation is not complex, in fact it's just like a large flat pack! The KOMBI manual and assembly videos give comprehensive step by step instructions to assist your team but remember we are only a phone call away should you encounter any problems during the install.
If you would prefer we can put you in touch with one of our approved SAYFA installers who can carry out the assembly for you. It's totally your choice.
SAYFA All The Way
Whilst many of our clients choose to design and install KOMBI Systems themselves, we understand that not everyone has the time or ability to do this. SAYFA's team can design, fabricate and organise installation of your new KOMBI Stair and Platform System, offering a complete end to end solution.
Contact the team at SAYFA on 1300 072 651 or email@example.com.