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CETA Scaffolding for the Correr museum in Venice

CETA Scaffolding for the Correr museum in Venice

Publication date: 23-06-2021

In order to raise the works of art inside the hall of the Correr museum in St Mark’s Square in Venice, CETA SPA has provided a steel scaffolding to create a tower with a special central hole that allows the passage of the largest paintings.
In the top of the loading tower was then placed a special electric winch, to be able to lift the cases containing the various works up to the height of the window placed 20 meters from the ground.

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