One of the most important wishes when replacing the Princess Amalia Bridge and Kogerpolder Bridge was to minimize maintenance. In addition, both bridges had to be built at the same location as the existing bridges. Minimizing nuisance and thereby limiting and shortening the construction activities on site as much as possible was also a determining factor for the design of the bridges.
The round RGP cable transits from MCT Brattberg also contribute to minimizing maintenance. If no adjustments are made, they will no longer need to be looked after for at least 25 years. The RGP penetrations are airtight and watertight up to a constant pressure of 1.8 bar.
For more information or possibilities about the use of cable transits for bridges or other projects, please contact Barry Hoefnagels – firstname.lastname@example.org