Access Technology Guide 2020: New concept
Compendium scores with broader scope and easier to read
New concept, new products and more combined expertise than ever before: Günzburger Steigtechnik delivers all this in its new Access Technology Guide 2020. The compendium cannot fail to impress with its new look, more scope and an even clearer structure. In seven chapters spanning a total of 340 pages, the quality manufacturer from Bavaria incorporates its innovative solutions from its standard range, which includes over 1,600 items, and also showcases new products, such as the product configurator for made-to-measure stairs and bridging steps. The Access Technology Guide 2020 is again rounded off with an extensive service section on standards and regulations, as well as the company's seminars.
"Our aim is to create true added value for our customers through our expertise. This is something we put successfully into practice time and time again: as evidenced by our numerous new developments and also the new Access Technology Guide 2020. The sales documentation encompasses numerous product innovations and, with its new design and extra-clear layout, also further increases the benefits for customers. Once again, we are living up to our reputation as a premium manufacturer of access technology", says Ferdinand Munk, Managing Director of Günzburger Steigtechnik GmbH.
The new Access Technology Guide 2020 has been completely revised: its new appearance, broader scope and new structure are a winning formula. Sorting the range into key product groups and areas of application in particular helps to improve the guide's clear layout. Users especially benefit from the new structure when searching for products, a process that has been made significantly easier and is now supported with additional classifications. The compendium also includes an extensive service section and offers summary pages that bring together the added values of the various product groups.
New products compliant with TRBS 2121 Part 2
First-class work safety comes from the two-part push-up extension ladder with steps and step window cleaner’s ladder, for example: the new products were inspired by the new version of the TRBS 2121 Part 2 and meet the stricter requirements of the Technical Regulations for Operational Safety (valid since the start of 2019). According to these regulations, if ladders are used as a place of work, only steps rather than rungs are permitted to be used as the base areas alongside platforms.
Günzburger Steigtechnik has also developed the MaxxStep step module, which allows rung ladders to also be used for working at height. With this new innovation, rung ladders become TRBS-compliant in moments. MaxxStep can be attached easily, quickly and most importantly without any need for tools, and is available in various sizes.
Stairs and bridging steps made to measure
In the new Access Technology Guide 2020, the quality manufacturer from Bavaria showcases its new products, as well as the new product configurator. This new development complements Günzburger Steigtechnik's first-class customer support and features simple and intuitive operation. In just a few clicks, the company's customers can use it to put together their own bridging stairs, stairs and mobile platform steps online 24 hours a day. The required dimensions, versions and accessory components are all entered step by step. The result is displayed dynamically in real time using a rotating 3D model and scale drawing and, once saved, is immediately sent as a quotation, complete with illustration, by e-mail. The service is available from www.steigtechnik.de/konfigurator – there's also a demo video there that explains the online tool's functions.
As part of the product configurator's development, the stairs and bridging steps from Günzburg have recently been revamped. Thanks to their new, modular design, they can now be changed as required and flexibly expanded, while assembly is quicker than ever before. Even the standard versions are equipped with ideal stop castors, and additional added values, such as the new, modern appearance, complete the refreshed design.
New website online
Prospective customers can request the Access Technology Guide 2020 by calling +49 (0)8221/3616-01 or by e-mailing email@example.com, and it is also available to download on the website at www.steigtechnik.de/Downloads. The English and French versions of the guide are also available to download here. Just like the guide, the website also features Günzburger Steigtechnik's new design, has a clearer structure and is now also equipped with an intelligent search capability. It shows in detail all the product versions in the standard range, offers an overview of the wide array of products from all the company's business units, and provides a summary of the company's seminars. It also provides extensive information regarding changes to standards and in-depth planning tools.
About the MUNK Group
With its business units MUNK Günzburger Steigtechnik, MUNK Rettungstechnik, MUNK Profiltechnik and MUNK Service, the MUNK Group is one of the leading suppliers of access solutions and rescue equipment and corresponding service solutions. As a technology and innovation leader in access solutions, the name Munk stands for safety made in Germany. The company is now run by the fourth and fifth generations of the Munk family. With the reorganisation under the umbrella of the MUNK Group, the former Günzburger Steigtechnik GmbH has given itself an even more clearly differentiated company structure to ensure its future and is making it clear with its name that the company will remain in family hands. Under the motto: One family. One name. One mission.
In the MUNK Günzburger Steigtechnik business unit for access solutions, the MUNK Group carries over 2,500 products in its standard range, from ladders for commercial, public and private use to mobile scaffolding, platforms, stairs and bridging steps to custom-made special constructions. These include, for example, work and maintenance platforms, docking systems, walkways and assembly platforms, which, in the era of digitalisation, can also be automatically adapted to the respective environment using the latest control technology.
In the MUNK Rettungstechnik business unit for rescue equipment, the company offers access solutions and transport logistics for fire, rescue and disaster relief operations. These include, for example, multi-functional ladders, scaling and push-up extension ladders, rescue platforms, toolboxes, station equipment and a wide range of mobile containers. In the MUNK Service business unit, the MUNK Group bundles the areas of installation, testing, repair and maintenance of access solutions and rescue equipment, as well as seminars.
The youngest business division, MUNK Profiltechnik, offers high-quality technology for individual and professional configurations with a functional and sophisticated profile system.
The MUNK Group is always drawing attention to itself with new ideas that offer customers real added value in practice. It has already received several awards for its innovations, its economic development, its responsible and sustainable actions and as a family-friendly employer – most recently from the Oskar Patzelt Foundation as one of the three most impressive companies in the German SME sector. The company is also one of the top 100 innovators in the SME sector in 2021.
The MUNK Group manufactures exclusively in its home region of Günzburg. It was also the first provider ever to be audited by TÜV Nord in 2010 with the certified proof of origin “Made in Germany” and grants a guarantee of 15 years on all standard made in Germany products. The MUNK Group employs around 400 people at its headquarters in Günzburg and Leipheim and is currently investing around 20 million euros in its sites.