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Introducing the new telescopic podium - Zarges Telepod

01 May 2012

The Zarges Telepod is the worlds’ first telescopic mobile enclosed podium, providing a uniquely light and portable solution for working at height.

The telescopic mechanism allows three adjustable platform height options from approximately 0.50cms - 0.75cms – 1.0 meters. The spacious platform includes two lockable gates allowing access from both sides, thus ensuring 360° fall protection for the user. In addition extending stabilisers increase the footprint during use limiting the likelihood of the podium toppling.

The Zarges Telepod folds down compactly for storage and transportation; it can even fit in the back of an estate car or van. Whilst folded the Zarges Telepod has been designed to include transport wheels and an extending handrail allowing it to be ‘wheeled’ along like hand luggage. In addition the lightweight design and carry strap also allow the Zarges Telepod to be lifted where necessary; for example up or down stairs.

The Zarges Telepod combines the benefits of its light and portable design with the safety inherent with a large platform and guardrails. Users can be working at height (from van to in situ) in less than two minutes.
 
The Zarges Telepod will be available from May and is expected to generate keen interest among businesses working at height. Interested customers should visit the website www.zargesteletower.co.uk  or call 01908 641118 for further details.

http://www.zargesteletower.co.uk/podium.html  


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