Rope Access Solutions

Achieve a high level of precision and quality in sealing seams and gaps, even in hard-to-reach areas

Discover the peace of mind that comes with knowing your most challenging locations are safely and efficiently managed by Cocoon’s expert rope access solutions and IRATA certified experts.

You will feel relieved and confident, knowing you are choosing a solution that ensures safety and efficiency.

Workplaces at high or hard-to-reach locations.

By applying Rope Access techniques, workplaces at high or hard-to-reach locations are reached faster and safer.

  • The burden on other business processes is also kept to a minimum.
  • Embrace the freedom to tackle any project anywhere, no matter how challenging the access, with our innovative and unconventional methods.

Safety and expertise determine the way Cocoon Holland works. A structured approach and open communication guarantee a qualitative and successful execution of each project.

Cocoon Holland has IRATA certified employees, ISO-9001 and is VCA * certified.

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Rope access projects carried out by Cocoon Holland

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Heineken, Zoeterwoude – Netherlands

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Seam and gap sealing at heights

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Certified rope access technicians

Rest assured, your projects are in the safest hands with our IRATA Level 3 Supervisors leading every operation, ensuring unmatched precision and safety. All Cocoon Holland employees are at least IRATA Level 1 and VCA certified. Managerial employees have VCA-vol. Only IRATA (level 1, level 2 or level 3) and VCA certified employees will be scheduled.

To guarantee a safe and qualitative execution to the client, Cocoon Holland carries out the work with qualified personnel. Cocoon Holland reserves the right to deploy freelance personnel for this as well. If applicable, the client will be informed about this.

More rope access projects performed by Cocoon Holland

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Frequently asked questions about rope access 

What is rope access?

Rope access is a highly specialized technique used to reach difficult-to-access locations without the use of scaffolding or cranes. It is a safe, efficient, and cost-effective solution ideal for various maintenance, inspection, and construction tasks at height.

How safe is rope access?

Safety is our top priority. Our technicians are IRATA certified, and all operations are supervised by experienced IRATA Level 3 Supervisors. We adhere to strict safety protocols, and our methods have been refined over years of practice to ensure the highest safety standards are maintained.

What kind of projects can benefit from rope access solutions?

Rope access solutions are ideal for a wide range of projects, including building inspections, cleaning, painting, and repairs, especially in areas that are difficult to reach. Our techniques are used in industries such as construction, oil and gas, telecommunications, and more.

What certifications do your technicians hold?

All our technicians are certified by IRATA (Industrial Rope Access Trade Association), and many also hold additional certifications relevant to their specialties. This ensures that they are trained in the latest safety and technical skills required for effective and secure rope access work.

How does the weather affect rope access work?

Weather conditions play a significant role in the scheduling and execution of rope access tasks. We monitor weather forecasts closely and plan our operations to ensure safety and minimize disruptions. Work is rescheduled in the event of adverse weather conditions such as high winds or electrical storms.

Can rope access be a cost-effective solution for my project?

Yes, rope access is often more cost-effective than traditional access methods. It requires less setup and dismantling time, which reduces labor costs and minimizes disruption to your regular operations. This efficiency translates to lower overall project costs.

What makes Cocoon different from other rope access service providers?

Cocoon stands out due to our decades of experience, commitment to safety, and our innovative approach to access solutions. We not only meet but exceed industry standards, and our client-centric approach ensures personalized service tailored to your project’s specific needs.

How long does a typical rope access project take?

The duration of a project depends on the scope and complexity of the task. However, rope access methods typically allow for quicker completion compared to traditional methods. We can provide a more accurate time estimate after assessing your specific project requirements.

Is rope access environmentally friendly?

Yes, rope access is an environmentally friendly option. It has a minimal impact on the surrounding environment compared to scaffolding and heavy machinery, which require more energy and space and can disrupt local ecosystems.

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Cocoon has the solution

Prevent corrosion and mold with the seamless preservation by the Cocoon Mothballing System. Cocoon also ensures that your spaces meet hygiene requirements and airtightness.

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Take advantage of the following benefits

Can withstand temperatures from -35°C – +72°

System is weather resistant. 200% elastic. Airtight. Jointless with a very long lifespan

Very efficient and cost saving solution on the long term

Our product has been tried and tested for over 80 years

A linearly decreasing warranty possible up to 10 years

No limitation in surface to be treated

About Cocoon Holland B.V.

“We are a company located in Hoofddorp, a town nearby the airport, and we also have our dedicated storage facilities in Drachten, the north of The Netherlands where we store spare parts of LNG carriers”.

Alexander van der Zee, owner of Cocoon (since 2002), has established roots in the painting industry. His grandfather had a paint factory where his father also worked in and so became quite familiar with the production and application of paint-related products from a young age.

When the opportunity came to offer cocoon products, he seized that chance to further develop new applications for the technology.

Alexander van der Zee

Owner of Cocoon Holland B.V.