Same technology, low weight material.
The aluminium version of the curing chamber – HS-Alu-Rack – is a further constructive contribution to the concrete block industry by HS Anlagentechnik.
Aluminium is a universal material with convincing properties that stand for functional, durable and reliable products. It is used in the widest variety of shapes and functions in almost all industrial manufacturing sectors. Its main advantages are its low weight, its high strength and rigidity, its very high resistance to corrosion and its outstanding recyclability.
Well mixed – aluminium alloys
The aluminium alloys (AlMgSi = aluminium, magnesium, silicon) that have been specially chosen for pallet supports and posts are composed so as to produce the extremely heavy duty curing chambers that are indispensable in the concrete industry.
The TÜV has recognised that too!
The load capacity of the pallet supports with snap-in connection has been tested by the TÜV. The test report confirms that the required load capacity of the support profile is safely ensured.
'Just insert, press downwards – and the post and support profiles are fixed permanently to one another. The steel parts latch precisely with one another to the exact millimetre. This ideal snap-in connection gives rise to one advantage after another: Saving of time due to the simplest possible assembly. Extreme rigidity of the curing chambers allows maximum static loading and highest load capacities. Technology that means cost reduction and production safety – technology for professionals.'
Capacity and planning made to measure
HS Anlagentechnik supplies curing chambers in a building kit system. 2 to 5 chamber lanes are assembled together in a frame construction mode and combined with one another.
E.g. if 10 chamber lanes are required, these can be made up of two 5-chamber combinations or two 4-chamber combinations and one 2-chamber combination. The number of storage spaces can be planned individually and easily expanded.
Each of these assemblies is a self contained, absolutely solid unit with an inherent structural stability. The biggest advantage of this is that curing chambers by HS Anlagentechnik can always be constructed freestanding. They do not need to be braced laterally or upwardly. Greater safety for heavily loaded storage systems that are continuously in operation.