New hardware solutions were the centre of attention at SKYLOTEC’s stand at the A+A. As a world leading brand in rescue and evacuation devices, SKYLOTEC has consistently developed both its expertise and its manufacturing and logistics capacities over the past few years. At the international trade fair, the family company from Germany will be presenting new developments and enhancements for a wide variety of applications in this product sector – for example for use in the industrial environment, wind energy or cleaning services, as well as for rope-based work.
With the “Milan”, SKYLOTEC is the market leader in rescue devices fitted with centrifugal breaks, which are used for emergencies involving people working at heights or depths. The “Milan 2.0 (Hub, Power)” has established itself in recent years as a standard device for rescuing injured people or for the rapid evacuation of several people. Over the past few years, SKYLOTEC has significantly expanded its expertise and production capacities in hardware, which includes fall arrest devices, rope clamps and pulleys, for example, as well as rescue and abseiling equipment. The former family-owned company Anthron has been part of the SKYLOTEC Group since 2016. This Slovenian think tank has many years of experience in the development and production of specialist hardware and has therefore become an important and integral part of all product development processes in this field. The “Lory” semi-automatic belay device, which has enjoyed a good reputation on the market for many years now, is just one of Anthron’s products. At this year’s A+A, the SKYLOTEC Group, which has been manufacturing in Germany and Europe for over 70 years, will be focussing on pioneering innovations and enhancements in the field of hardware.
“SKYLOTEC has been manufacturing in Germany and Europe for over 70 years”
New additions to the varied product range include products for abseiling and rescue, anchoring and positioning and new solutions for rope-based work. SKYLOTEC will present these products at stand G01-H07 (hall 6) in Düsseldorf between 5 and 8 November.