Friday, 17 February 2017
- Modular, prefabricated composition allows quick and easy adaptations.
- Modular scaffolding can only be built in the way it was intended.
- Prefabricated components are quick to assemble, designed to only fit for their intended location.
- Extremely flexible in terms of being able to be shaped around buildings.
- No need for any loose fittings or varying length of scaffolding tube.
- Far less labour and time intensive to construct, dismantle.
- Cuplock modular scaffolding system allows for up to four horizontal members to be quickly.
Thursday, 16 February 2017
- Express knowledge of the safety legislation .
- Demonstrate the ability to erect and dismantle a scaffold tower in the correct sequence using approved methods.
- Regulations covering the erection and dismantling of patented scaffold towers.
- Move the scaffold tower safely.
- Select and identify the correct equipment required to carry out pre-erection safety checks.
Wednesday, 15 February 2017
Tuesday, 14 February 2017
- Optimised safety for working at height.
- Bay lengths from 0.6 to 3.0 m enable a wide range of solutions.
- Unique node points provide a wider range of applications.
- Highly damage resistant and suited to the most demanding trades and applications.
- Four components are secured in one action ensuring the system is faster to erect than traditional methods.
- Accepts scaffold boards, battens or decking platforms to allow better utilisations of stock and wider applications.
- High grade tube is 20% lighter than conventional tube, reducing operative fatigue and increasing productivity.
- Heavy-duty access up to 3 kN/m² platform loading ensures the system is strong enough to work in all environments.
Monday, 13 February 2017
Patented scaffolding are made up of steel but these are equipped with special couplings and frames. Working platform is set on the brackets that are adjustable to the required level in this type of scaffolding. In this type of scaffolding working platform is arranged on brackets which can be adjustable to our required level.These are ready made scaffolding which are available in the market.
Saturday, 11 February 2017
The jointing systems vary depending on the manufacturer. Components, such as ledgers and transoms, are designed so that they can be interchangeable.Proprietary systems rely on ledgers and transoms having a locating lug. These ends can be quickly dropped into the clips, sockets or cups, which are fixed at regular intervals on the standards. The standards often come with spigot ends, which allow the next standard to be located over the locating spigot very quickly.
Thursday, 9 February 2017
Wednesday, 8 February 2017
- Follow the manufacturer's instructions when erecting the scaffold.
- Do not use a scaffold if any rope is frayed, torn or visibly damaged.
- Do not work on scaffolds outside during stormy or windy weather.
- Do not use a scaffold unless guardrails and all flooring are in place.
- Do not climb on scaffolds that wobble or lean to one side.
- Do not jump from, to, or between scaffolding.
Tuesday, 7 February 2017
Install the second cross brace to both frames. Start at the highest point of the scaffolding. If possible, use the screw jack to bring the highest corner down closer to the sill. Next, you need to level and plumb the scaffolding. Install the diagonal brace to keep the scaffolding square. Check the level again and plumb if necessary. Fasten the leveling jack to the sills with either nails or screws.Next, bring all four corners up to that point. If the bottom cross braces of each frame are level with each other, then frames should also be plumb.
Monday, 6 February 2017
Saturday, 4 February 2017
Thursday, 2 February 2017
- Inspect every ladder before use.
- With an extension or straight ladder, make sure that the tops of both rails make solid contact with the wall.
- Make sure the spreader bar of a stepladder is fully extended and locked before you use it.
- Do not push or pull too hard on a scraper while on a ladder.
- Keep all ladders away from power lines.
- Place plywood under the legs of a ladder to ensure solid footing.
Wednesday, 1 February 2017
- No roof anchorage needed
- Width 0.7m or 1.3m
- Suitable for 30º to 60º roof pitch
- Available at a length of 1.8m, 2.5m
- Working on a chimney with Health and Safety regulations
- Maximum load 200 kg/m2
- Available as a construction on one single side or on either side