KOMBI access stairs and platforms can be pre-assembled and installed in remote locations by on-site personnel using standard hand tools. Modifications due to uneven ground can be made using the patented KOMBI T-Bolt.

Providing stairs and platforms for access to solar farms and renewable energy plants and buildings in remote locations

Your Responsibilities

No matter the location, whether inner CBD or in the most remote country area, it is still necessary to provide safe access to buildings and equipment for day to day use or for the purpose of performing maintenance.

A key factor in the provision of access is ensuring that the products you install are structurally sound, industry compliant and durable.

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."

Particularly in remote areas, transportation and installation costs may cause budgetary blowouts in what should be a simple project, so finding a product that can be easily delivered and assembled is key.

 

Your Requirements

In the case of solar farms or other forms of renewable energy plants such as wind or hydro plants, many are located in regional areas, nevertheless your Duty of Care to your workers must still remain a determining factor in the type of access equipment you choose.

Most often the requirement for solar and renewable energy plants is stair and platform systems to access either equipment or buildings. However, when trying to install a suitable product in remote areas a variety of common problems are encountered.

Solar farms, due to the very nature of their performance, are primarily situated in harsh regions which see extremes of heat and sun. These types of environments require systems that do not degrade or succumb to structural damage over the long term.

Additionally, solar and renewable energy plants need systems that can be easily constructed on-site which is most often situated a long away from any large towns. Finding trades willing to carry out installations can be a difficult and expensive task.

Adding to the complexities is the the issue of scoping and designing systems when locations are remote. How can you be sure the measurements are completely accurate? What happens if a system is fabricated but when it gets to site it doesn't fit?

 

Your Solution

KOMBI access stairs and platforms are constructed from structural aluminium. A strong, lightweight, highly robust material, aluminum can withstand years of harsh exposure in the exact type of areas that solar farms and renewable energy plants are erected.

They are also fully engineered and designed in accordance with Australian and New Zealand Standards AS 1657 and AS/NZS 1170.

Fabrication of the stair and platform systems is done in our manufacturing facility but once your KOMBI access system arrives at site if there are miscalculations in measurements or variations in ground level, KOMBI stairs and platforms can be easily modified in situ without requiring expensive redesign. As they are a modular design, KOMBI stairs and platforms can be delivered in kit form which can provide huge savings in transportation costs.

But what about assembly?

Can your team put a flat pack together? If the answer is yes, then KOMBI stairs and platforms are for you. It is 100% modular so no welding on on-site fabrication is necessary. There is no requirement for specialised trades or tools, just basic power tools and a bit of DIY ingenuity.

 

The secret of KOMBI is the patented KOMBI T-Bolt. This allows on-site customisation.

 

Why choose KOMBI modular access systems for your next project? Modular components, easily transportable and installed by your own team to save you time and money.

We hold many standard configurations in stock so shortened delivery times can be provided. For customised options please speak to our team on 1300 301 755.

 

The Process

You've decided on KOMBI so what do you need to do next to get the back rolling?

 

Build Your Own or Ask SAYFA

We have many satisfied customers who, by using the KOMBI BUILDA, have been able to design custom built access stair and platform systems themselves.

However, particularly for first time buyers, you may want our help. Our design team is standing by to take your enquiry. Simply use this link to REQUEST A QUOTE and we will get back to you as soon as possible with your KOMBI design.

What is the KOMBI BUILDA? This unique online tool enables you to design and cost your own compliant KOMBI stair and platform systems in minutes not hours.

 
Find out more about the KOMBI BUILDA

The BUILDA will not allow non-compliant systems to be designed so you can rest assured that all designs created in this online configuration tool comply with AS 1657 and AS/NZS 1170.

Changes are made in real time and at any time you can view interactive 3D examples of your stair and platform system so that your concepts can be easily visualised. Detailed drawings are provided once you are finished and these can be forwarded onto our team to begin the fabrication process.

Apply for a KOMBI BUILDA account now and start designing!

 

Installation

As previously stated, KOMBI system installation is not complex.

We provide extensive step by step instructions in the KOMBI manual and assembly videos to assist your team. However, we are always here to help should there be any queries you may have along the way during your install.

Alternatively, you may prefer it if we connect you with one of our approved SAYFA installers who can carry out the assembly for you. With KOMBI, it's totally your choice.

 

SAYFA All The Way

Maybe it all sounds too difficult and you would rather an end to end solution. If this is case why not let SAYFA design, fabricate and organise installation of your new KOMBI stair and platform system?

Contact SAYFA on 1300 301 755 or sales@sayfa.com.au. to speak to one of our team.

 

Build your own or send us through your requirements. KOMBI modular access stairs and platforms: Design - Create - Build.

SAYFA

MELBOURNE Office

Solar Farm Install of KOMBI stair and platforms for access

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