Fixed scaffolding

fixed scaffolding
fixed scaffolding
fixed scaffolding
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modular, stairway


Light Weight Frames Various permutations and combinations of access scaffold systems or temporary staging are available from the SCAFFCO to suit heavy duty application or medium duty application requirements of project sites including supporting a work crew and materials to aid in the construction, block work, cladding, plaster, paint or any other maintenance works for buildings, industrial complexes, oil & gas installations, bridges and all other man made structures. Additionally specialized components used to aid access scaffolds in their use as a temporary structure are available from the SCAFFCO. Such components include heavy duty load bearing transoms, ladders or stairway units for the ingress and egress of the scaffold, beams ladder/unit types used to span obstacles at construction project. Heavy Duty (H.D.) Access Scaffold Systems are suitable for high loads while providing safe solution and versatile access for working at maximum heights. Medium Duty (M.D.) Access Scaffold Systems utilize frames with no loose parts and are designed to be erected fast while providing maximum safety and stability, making it a contractor preferred access solution for use in typical project sites. BENEFITS • Quick and easy to erect • Comprehensive range of accessories • Few basic components • Adaptability • Maximum safety • Supplementary equipment • High loading capability • Adjustable to suit site conditions • Conforms to BS standards • Elimination of loose wedges • No special tools required for assembly (hammer and spirit level only) • Low maintenance. • Finish: galvanized or painted finish can be offered


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