Transverse Sliding Platforms
Additional parking lots in driving lanes in front of conventional parking spaces are created by using longitudinal platforms. These sliding platforms can be easily moved at the touch of a button in order to retrieve a car behind an occupied sliding platform. Alternatively, car drivers can drive over an empty sliding platform. Various sliding platforms can be combined and placed in a row depending on local conditions.
Lateral sliding platforms – as alternative – are used to create additional parking lots behind pillars or in corners in garages. To maximize parking space even further, several parking rows can be placed behind each other and up to 10 platforms can be arranged next to each other. These platforms are shifted transverse on a rail system. The combination of shifting platforms and an empty parking space in each row allows drivers to reach the parking space.
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vehicle width (cm)
vehicle height (cm)
vehicle weight (kg)
load per wheel (kg)
* max. 10 cm lower than the ceiling height