Hop up steps

  1. Paul.

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    Hop up steps for use by cleaners and engineers, these will live inside a nitrogen chiller and spend most of the time at minus 35 deg C so the perforated planking is to hopefully prevent ice / frost building up, all stainless of course and fitted with adjustable feet with rubber bases.
     
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  2. Pete.

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    Ooh, pretty.

    Surprised they weren't specced with handrails though.
     
  3. Paul.

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    No room for handrails on these, this is the gap they have to fit in, they have to be moved along to access all of the machine, this view shows about a third of one side, the idea of the two steps is so that they can be walked over.
     
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  4. magnet

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    steps

    I really admire you work ....Fantastic.............:clapping: Magnet
     
  5. raider12 New Member

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    Nice job
     
  6. brokenbiker

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    as per usual, stunning work again
     
  7. Paul.

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    Since posting this I have also made a couple of extra tall versions, they look a bit unsafe seen standing alone, but when in place inside the machine make a tricky servicing job much easier and safer.
     
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  8. AndyStobbs Member

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    Are they for multiple people or single person? It looks like they would bow a little with a big weight on the top step - or am I under-estimating them?
     
  9. Ami

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    Actualy, it looks like the weight is well distributed from top to bottom close to the legs. Yould need a really fat guy to bend that.
     
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  10. Kent

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    The last one could do double duty at the next Olympics for doubles events to boot:laughing: Nice work:clapping:
     
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