The climbing spiral module offers maximum convenience for model railways with a shadow station. The shadow station level can be placed in steps of 50 mm below ground level to a maximum of 900 mm lower. Creating multiple floors is also possible with additional sets. The wooden and rigid foam components are very accurately made to measure with laser cutting technology, so that assembly is easy to complete with just a few hand tools. With this technique you can adjust the climbing spiral at all times. On each climbing spiral segment it is already indicated where the center lines of the tracks should come, in the scales 1: 160 (N) and 1:87 (H0).
This module comes standard with:
- 2 full spiral laps and additional straight segment for connection to the upper floor
- Hard foam on shadow station level
- 4 modular legs
- Required fasteners, including the threaded ends
Center lines are already engraved on the climbing spiral parts so that, for example, flex rails can be easily and neatly placed. For those who want to calculate whether standard bended rail parts would also fit: The net free radius space between the inner and outer threaded ends is between 363mm and 492mm.
The net free radius space of the climbing spiral parts within the contours of the modular surfaces is between 363mm and 482mm. Effectively, this is 4mm for the module edge and 6mm for the wooden coupling, which also protrudes only 6mm above the wooden surface of the climbing spiral parts. This space is usually used for protruding parts of rolling stock.
Consult the free downloadable explanation and manual below for more information.