Bosun’s chair façade cleaning
The Bosun’s chair method incorporates techniques originating from rock climbing and speleology, which have been perfected and adapted for easier access to buildings and facilities. It allows the cleaners to work effectively and conveniently at locations, which are extremely hard to reach. The Bosun’s chair method is a productive and flexible system with a number of advantages compared to the traditional high-rise cleaning methods.
The rope descent systems (RDSs) are installed very fast. It usually takes just one to one and a half hours of preparation for the trained cleaners to start work. This method is suitable for places, where it’s impossible or inappropriate to build a scaffold or use lifting equipment. The utilization of Bosun’s chair cleaning in industrial facilities usually does not require suspension of the working process.