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FalcoGamma 2Hi single-sided shelter for Two Tier Cycle Racks

Home Products Shelters, Canopies, Walkways and Bin Stores Shelters for Two-Tier Cycle Racks FalcoGamma 2Hi single-sided shelter for Two Tier Cycle Racks

A design characteristic for this model is the central column that evolves into two upward facing branches. The name Gamma was chosen because, when viewed from the side, the shape of the structure looks like the Greek letter gamma and underlines the design statement that we wanted to make with this new shelter.

The FalcoGamma is available in both double-sided and single-sided versions and is available in a standard version for traditional cycle racks (FalcoGamma-Hi) and an extended verion for two-tier cycle racks (FalcoGamma-2Hi).

As well as being a full size shelter, the new FalcoGamma upgraded design displays two more differences when compared to the former FalcoGamma design. The first difference is that the roof is completely closed. The second difference is the presence of a gutter between the stanchions.

There are also optional side walls (as shown below) which can be fitted if required, The sidewalls are manufactured from 4mm thick polycarbonate sheet which is fixed with glass clamps between the stanchions (it can also be delivered with safety glass if preferred).

The shelter, with bowed styling, is clad with 4mm thick, robust clear polycarbonate sheets.

FalcoGamma 2Hi (for two-tier racks):

Length:  4000mm
Depth:  1910mm
Height: 3080mm
Head height: 3000mm

The FalcoGamma design is also available in a double sided version.

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