GEDA Dechentreiter GmbH & Co. KG
Mertinger Strasse 60
86663 Asbach-Bäumenheim
Germany




GEDA in position on the highest office building in Poland - GEDA Dechentreiter GmbH & Co. KG

Soon to be Warsaw's highest building, Warsaw Spire has been under construction since 2011. The office building will be packed full of innovations and will set new architectural benchmarks. GEDA-Dechentreiter GmbH & Co. KG is supporting the building work with one of its construction hoists. The GEDA height access specialists are by no means unknown in Poland. German technology has already scored highly in the construction of the 160 metre high "Cosmopolitan Twarda" and therefore served as a winning reference site for its use on Warsaw Spire.

GEDA PH 2032 650 Twin – Bavarian technology for Warsaw's highest building
The benefits of this construction hoist are clear to see. The hoist has a lifting speed of 0-4065-90 m/min with a maximum lifting height of 400 metres. A total of up to 25 people or an overall material weight of 2,000 kg can be transported on the spacious 1.55 x 3.20 metre platform. A PH double car is used on Warsaw Spire. This means that two cars – one on the left and one on the right side of the mast – can travel upwards and downwards independently of each other. The assembly height on Warsaw's highest office tower is 180 metres.

Depending on the requirements and circumstances of the construction site, the GEDA PH series can be adjusted to the necessary specifications such as platform size, lifting speed and lifting height. For example, the unloading ramp of the device in Warsaw has been specifically adapted to the construction site conditions in the middle of the city centre. Due to the complex architecture of Warsaw Spire, a special mounting had to be developed to anchor the mast sections.

The standard controls of level pre-selection, automatic or fully-automatic can be selected individually for each model. Different door systems in combination with the appropriate and requested electrically/mechanically locked landing gates round off the profile of the PH series.

Safe is better
GEDA landing level safety gates in the Standard Basic design ensure the safe transfer between the hoist and the 48 landings of Warsaw Spire. Another winning feature are the hot dip galvanized doors which are simple to assemble and can be installed either to open on the left or on the right. The already well-known safety features such as the speed-dependent GEDA arrester, overload protection, as well as limit switches at the top and bottom levels, are of course part of the standard package.