Malt Group’s Cradle Types

Cradles, being the integral part of BMUs, are customized to meet the demand of the ever changing façades which remain as one of the most important exterior elements of buildings. With changing façade elements, the complexity of access to the façade is also growing. And, since the BMU system is already trusted for its reliability and simple working practice, the responsibility of cleaning and maintaining the façade lays with us.


There are two main types of cradles:


Satellite Cradle

An aerial swinging counterbalanced cradle is attached to the main cradle and the recess reach is proportioned to the swinging element length. The operator inside the main cradle swings the aerial satellite cradle sideways to reach the recess, the capacity of the satellite cradle is 120 kg. It helps to access façades with recesses or curves.


Pantograph Cradle

It is also called a forward luffing cradle, a counter-weighted mechanical lever is attached to the main cradle which is then opened or closed either manually or electrically. The panto-graph is opened once the cradle is below the obstacle, these cradles are retracted and stored on roof. It helps to access façades with protrusions, recesses or curvee.



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