What is the Linen Chute?
The Linen Chute is the most efficient way to quickly transport soiled linen in multi storey buildings such as hotels & hospitals. The Linen Chute provides an economical method to facilitate total building linen collection at one single point of a large high rise building which is in the laundry room. The linen chute can be designed & constructed to provide a hygienic method according to waste management plans & council requirements. The Linen Chute reduces the costs of labour & makes the employees tasks effortless.
Can the EasyChute be used for mining?
The EasyChute can most definitely be used for mining, several tier 1 companies have successfully implemented the EasyChute into everyday works. The EasyChute has been installed on rigs to safely maneuver air filters & hydraulic oil to the standards of Mining regulations throughout Australia.
Does the Construction Chute & EasyChute increase safety on your project?
Yes! Both the Construction Chute & EasyChute prevent tradesmen from throwing construction or mining debris from a higher to a lower level which may lead to a workplace incident. The construction & mining industry in Australia are both improving safety standards via the implementation of SWMS (Safe work method statements) & through the use of PPE (personal protective equipment). The chutes are easily incorporated into everyday working procedures, allowing tradesmen to be able to attend work, complete their tasks safely & be able to go back home to their families.
What waste can the Residential Waste Chute handle?
The residential Waste Chute can be designed to handle waste according to council codes and statutory requirements. The chute can handle recyclable materials by directly depositing them down the chute shaft into the recyclable bin.
What is the Residential Waste Chute?
The Residential Waste Chute is a vertical chute that is installed in low to high level buildings to remove waste in accordance with Regulations & Australian Standards. The chutes are fabricated with steel & installed through a penetration from the top of the building to the Garbage room usually placed on the carpark level. The residential waste chute allows for an efficient & hygienic method to remove waste according to the Waste Management Plan.
Benefits of using the EasyChute?
The EasyChute can be folded up and packed away, requiring a very small amount of storage space. There is plenty of room in the back of the tray to keep a few sections of the EasyChute handy, so they are ready to be utilized when required. The EasyChute has been utilized in several sectors as a tool to create efficient work practices by reducing labour costs & the hours required to complete waste removal tasks.
What is the EasyChute?
The EasyChute is a versatile product that can be installed & dismantled within minutes. The product comes in sections of 2.8 meters & weighs 1.3 kilograms. The chute can be extended over several lengths via carabiner clips to suit the project height. The EasyChute is made from a high grade thick, woven coated Polypropylene material.
How long does the Construction Chute extend?
The Construction chute can be extended over several levels to suit the project type. Whether your project is a 2-level residential home or a 10-level residential/commercial tower, the construction can be installed, used & dismantled safely by trained personnel.
What materials can the Construction Chute handle?
The construction chute can handle any material that is being used on the project due to the steel lining which has been customized & installed to withstand impacts from the tough materials used daily. The construction chute can easily handle materials such as bricks, timber, plaster, tiles, concrete (that has been broken down) & various other materials commonly used on site.
What is the Construction Chute?
The Construction Chute is used to remove construction debris from buildings. The chute is a temporary structure fixed to the building which consists of 1.2-meter sections that are fixed to each other with steel chains. The top end of the chute setup has an opening for waste material whilst the bottom end of the setup is usually placed over a skip bin or other waste removal alternative.