Importance of the Main Scaffolding Components

If you are new to the scaffolding game, words like ledgers, transoms, and braces may have you wondering whether trading in your trusted ladder is such a good idea. Knowing the importance of the main scaffolding components will help you get a better understanding of why scaffold towers are the safest access solutions when work needs to be carried out at heights. As the leading manufacturer of scaffolding components, we at Disc-O-Scaff offer construction companies, big and small, as well as access trade, Kwikstage and Selflock scaffold towers.

Scaffolding Components Engineered with Safety in Mind

Here is a list of scaffolding components that have been engineered with safety in mind:

  • Base Jacks
    Just as your ladder has legs and needs to be placed on a sturdy surface, the same can be said about scaffold towers. As major scaffolding components, base jacks are fitted to the bottom of the standards, or uprights, to bring stability and level the scaffold. They are also vital in distributing the weight evenly and can be adjusted according to your requirements.
  • Standards
    These vertical poles with “V” pressings at regular intervals play a role in transferring the load of the scaffold onto the ground. Available in varying lengths according to the height of the scaffold tower and the safe working loads of the platforms, these poles simply interlock into each other until the desired height is achieved.
  • Ledgers
    Also referred to as runners, these scaffolding components support the working platforms of the towers. The “C” pressings and wedges at each end of the ledgers securely connect them between the standards at the “V” pressings. The ledgers determine the working height of the platforms.  
  • Braces
    To secure the rigidity of the scaffold towers, longitudinal and diagonal braces are placed between the ledgers and standards. Braces are critical in ensuring that the scaffolding remains upright and doesn’t collapse in the face of external forces, such as wind.
  • Couplers
    Often referred to as clamps or fittings, couplers are the connectors that hold the structural elements of the scaffold tower together. Swivel and 90-degree angled couplers are scaffolding components that allow two tubes to be connected to each other at a desired angle. Swivel couplers are normally used when the degree of connectivity is not at a right angle, which comes into play when a diagonal brace is fitted.
  • Hook-On Boards
    These scaffolding components are safe working platforms. Designed to securely hook onto the scaffold frame, they provide support for the workers and their tools when working at heights. As stable and rigid as a scaffold tower appears to be, if working platforms carry more than the maximum weight allowance, it could compromise the structural integrity of the scaffolding.

These, together with additional safety scaffolding elements such as toe boards and guardrails ensure the structural security and safety of all that operate the scaffold tower.  

For modular scaffolding components manufactured using only SABS-approved materials and in accordance with scaffolding standards, contact the leader in scaffolding and formwork solutions, Disc-O-Scaff.

The Use of Steel Formwork Offers a Number of Benefits over Other Types of Formwork

Using moulds to create the desired shape of a structure is a concept that dates back to ancient Rome. With the growing demand for better and more modern infrastructure, where once reeds and fibre were used, steel formwork has taken its place, allowing construction companies to build at a much faster pace. At Disc-O-Scaff, we manufacture several types of formwork panels made from durable steel, assisting in making architectural plans a reality.   

Steel Formwork for Construction Projects

Understanding the different types of shuttering available helps you gain a better perspective on why many construction companies opt for steel formwork from us at Disc-O-Scaff.

  1. Timber
    After the fall of ancient Rome, timber became the preferred choice of formwork. Timber is still the most commonly used formwork; however, if it is not well-seasoned or free from loose knots, it can affect the surface of the exposed concrete work. Always make sure that the wood is lightweight and easily workable without splitting.
  1. Plywood
    Made from layers of resin-bonded plywood sheets, this type of shuttering is often combined with timber formwork for panels of a required size. The cost of plywood compares favourably with timber formwork and is simplistic to assemble and remove.   
  1. Plastic
    Plastic formwork has the advantage of being lightweight and flexible, allowing for the construction of complex shapes and unique features. Unfortunately, plastic doesn’t have a high load-carrying capacity, is quite costly, and is prone to heat damage.   
  1. Steel Formwork
    Between the 1910s and 1950s, steel formwork became the shuttering of choice amongst construction crews. Wider-scale projects were done at a much faster pace by using this formwork over other types. The strength, durability, and longevity that steel presents make it possible for formwork to be designed according to the structural element being built and for it to be used multiple times without compromising the framework of the steel formwork.

Unlike other types of formwork where the quality of the exposed concrete might not be up to par, the modular design of steel formwork is excellent and the surfaces don’t need further treatment. During the setting process, steel does not shrink or warp and, once cured, can be easily and safely removed.

Importance of Using the Right Type of Formwork

Even though steel formwork is more expensive than plywood or timber, it has the distinct advantage of having a longer lifespan and being able to handle heavy load-carrying capacities. As steel is rigid enough to hold its shape, using this type of formwork in construction ensures that various sections can be removed without damaging the concrete. Circular, curved, or rectangular steel formwork is a formidable component of the construction industry.

For over 10 years, we at Disc-O-Scaff have manufactured and supplied superior-quality formwork and scaffolding solutions to major construction companies in South Africa. Contact us for more guidance on which steel formwork components will offer the best results for your specific project.

Basic Working Principles of Formwork in Construction

With concrete being the main choice of building material, formwork has introduced complex geometric designs and formidable-sized construction in urban development. This symbiotic relationship has proven that the architectural landscape can be built structurally sound, sustainably, cost-effectively, and at a faster pace.

As the leading formwork manufacturer, we at Disc-O-Scaff would like to emphasise the importance of quality formwork and the possible failures that could occur if incorrect shuttering is selected to build structural elements, such as beam and column formwork.

Factors that Can Affect the Quality of a Surface Finish, Especially in Formwork Applications

The method of using and handling formwork significantly impacts the finish of concrete. Obvious surface blemishes, such as poor form joints, offsets, and the use of inadequate facing materials, occur when the formwork material selection is unsuitable for the construction of the structural element. Achieving a high-quality concrete finish depends heavily on factors such as the concrete mixture, concreting temperature and practices, as well as careful formwork considerations before and during construction.   

Freshly poured concrete exerts lateral pressure affecting the height of the concrete formwork. The pressure of the formwork increases as the height of the fresh concrete increases and only ceases when further force from above is no longer transmitted. Should the incorrect formwork have been selected, this continuous rising pressure could result in sections of the formwork bulging or deflecting.

Causes of Concrete Formwork Failure

Several factors can contribute to the failure of formwork during and after construction, which need to be highlighted to ensure that these indispensable building structures remain structurally safe supports.  

  • Lack of Inspection

Often, failures occur due to inspection by unqualified or inexperienced inspectors. A competent person or engineer should always be on-site to inspect and certify that completed formwork meets design specifications and that it is structurally sound before it is loaded.

  • Improper Connections and Defective Components

As much as formwork can fail due to design flaws that do not take lateral forces and stability into account, a lack of maintenance will also lead to failure. Shuttering is used multiple times, and often, corrosion sets in and damages occur which, during assembly, are not always considered. If components are insufficiently connected with the proper wedge and clip assemblies, it can lead to progressive collapses and compromise the integrity of the formwork.     

  • Premature Removal of Components

Tight scheduling and budget constraints may lead to the premature removal of the shuttering. Formwork must only be removed once the concrete has adequately cured.

To safeguard against formwork failure, we at Disc-O-Scaff would advise that the correct procedures are followed during the assembly when the concrete is being poured, and once the concrete has cured, the formwork has been deemed safe to remove.

Armed with this knowledge and trusting your formwork solutions with the experts in the industry, we at Disc-O-Scaff will ensure that your choice of circular, economy panel, and column shuttering will provide ample structural support. Contact us for superior-quality steel scaffolding and formwork solutions.  

Enhancing Safety in Modern Modular Access Solutions with Kwikstage Scaffold Components

The biggest advantage of modular access solutions is that they can be assembled according to specific design criteria, taking the safety of the workers as well as building accessibility into consideration. Kwikstage scaffold components are remarkable for their ability to enhance productivity while preserving the essential characteristic of scaffolding – providing secure working platforms at height.

As the leading manufacturer of Kwikstage scaffold components, we at Disc-O-Scaff would like to clarify the role several components play in maintaining stable platform alignments. With worker safety at the forefront of our scaffold design, understanding how the key elements work together gives a better insight into correct installation and use.    

Kwikstage Scaffold Components that have Revolutionised Construction

Kwikstage scaffold components have revolutionised the construction industry, allowing for the quick and relatively simplistic assembly and dismantling of scaffold towers. Availability in variable lengths, heights, and widths allows these systems to offer safe, practical, versatile, and flexible solutions to construction companies.

  • Base jacks

These square metal plates can be considered as the foundations, preventing the standards from sinking into the ground and supporting the load of the scaffold tower. Base jacks can be adjusted by a rotating wing nut on the threaded bar.

  • Standards

Also referred to as uprights, standards are the perpendicular tubes transferring the weight of the load onto the base plate, stabilising the framework and creating working platforms. When increasing the scaffold height, the standards must be properly connected and secured.

  • Ledgers

Assisting in distributing the weight of the scaffold tower evenly is the ledgers. These horizontal tubes provide a stable platform for workers to stand on and work from. Outside ledgers are attached to the building on either side, whereas the inside ledgers are only attached at one end. Without the ledgers, scaffolding would be unstable and extremely dangerous.

  • Diagonal Braces

Completing the rigid scaffold structure are diagonal braces, which prevent scaffolding from collapsing or falling over. As the name suggests, these tubes are connected diagonally between the standards and ledgers at each platform level, strengthening the scaffold. When potential hazards, strong winds, and heavy loads need to be supported, diagonal braces bring added stability, assisting in preventing serious injuries.    

  • Working Platforms

Hook-on boards interlock with each other to create the working platforms of the scaffold towers. The ends are designed to hook onto the ledgers to support the weight of the workers and their equipment without swaying or wobbling. Additional safety features, such as toe boards that are securely fitted to standards, prevent tools from falling off and injuring workers below.   

At Disc-O-Scaff, our Kwikstage scaffold components that have been highlighted are but a few that are crucial to scaffold safety and construction efficiency.  

Whether you are in the construction industry or require scaffolding for maintenance or repairs, our quality modular access solutions will give you the elevation you require. Contact us for more information on our bespoke steel scaffold and formwork products.    

Several Industries that Rely on Disc-O-Scaff’s Versatile Scaffolding Solutions

Several Industries that Rely on Disc-O-Scaff’s Versatile Scaffolding Solutions

There is a misconception that scaffolding solutions are only used in the construction industry; however, without realising it, you probably see a scaffold tower quite often. Generally used when safe working platforms are required at heights, these versatile access solutions have proven their efficiency when renovations need to be carried out, buildings require inspection, and events need to be staged. Whether the hard-to-reach places require Kwikstage or Selflock scaffolding, we at Disc-O-Scaff will provide you with superior-quality scaffold towers.

Painting and Renovations using Scaffolding Solutions

Quite often, access tradespeople need to keep their tools close at hand, which can be a challenge when painting or building renovations are done on multi-storied buildings. With our scaffolding solutions specifically designed with safety in mind, our towers provide additional safety when cans of paint and paintbrushes need to be close at hand. Unlike ladders that may not reach the heights required or are too heavy to carry from one area to another, scaffolding has the option of being static or mobile, providing portability and easier access.  

Inspection of Buildings

From the ground up, before and after any construction project, building inspectors and civil engineers need to confirm the structural integrity of a building. As they require access to the entire exterior of the structure, sturdy scaffolding solutions allow them to adequately assess the construct.

Media and Photography Events

Billboards can end up taking a sizeable chunk out of advertising budgets. Strategically placed scaffolding solutions provide a means for big companies to gain excellent brand exposure at a fraction of the cost. In the film and television industry, scaffold towers are often used for lighting or as a temporary stage. You would be surprised how integral scaffolding is behind the scenes. Being able to set up cameras at higher angles gives photographers and cinematographers alike the opportunity to get that picture-perfect moment.


As each component of our scaffolding solutions at Disc-O-Scaff fits seamlessly into each other and does not require days to set up or dismantle, their simplicity makes it possible for event planners to use them to stage venues and stadiums for safe, additional seating.   

Smaller Projects Needing Scaffolding Solutions

Reaching for a ladder when minor renovations or repairs need to be done isn’t always the best solution. Our  Selflock scaffold towers are ideal for small building or maintenance projects, being relatively simplistic to assemble with unskilled labour and having lightweight platforms that simply hook onto the standards and braces, giving you a sturdy platform to work from.

For over 10 years, we at Disc-O-Scaff have been manufacturing scaffolding made only from SABS-approved materials and have supplied our access solutions to leading scaffolding and construction companies. Whether the task at hand requires our Kwikstage or Selflock scaffolding solutions, contact us and we will gladly assist you.

Scaffolding: The Backbone of Construction Safety and Efficiency

Construction has its own set of challenges, such as ensuring that materials are delivered on-site timeously, staying within budget constraints, and ensuring that the architectural designs and plans are carried out to the letter. As concerning as these challenges are, scaffolding needs to take priority, as without it, workers would not be able to carry out construction at heights safely or access hard-to-reach areas.

At Disc-O-Scaff, we understand how vital scaffolding is to several tasks and offer both Kwikstage and Selflock scaffold solutions, giving workers safe working platforms when the job at hand needs to be done at considerable heights.

Where the First Steps towards Modern Scaffolding Started

From the Palaeolithic era through to Ancient Egypt, scaffolds used to create paintings and pyramids were rudimentary at best. The concept of modern scaffolding found its roots in China, where bamboo stalks tied together by rope provided safe access and secure working platforms that are still in use today. The birth of the Industrial Revolution introduced the construction industry to steel – a more durable and viable scaffolding option. However, it still had its flaws. With the invention of the universal coupler, the safety and stability of scaffolding significantly improved to the temporary structures that are used today.

Preventing Possible Hazards

As effective as using scaffolds is to reach heights, certain factors must be taken into consideration to ensure the safety of workers and prevent possible scaffold hazards. The efficiency of your scaffolding has a lot to do with the proper assembly of the various scaffold components, each designed with safety in mind.

  • Ensure the proper installation of safety features, such as toe boards and guardrails, which enable workers to keep tools close at hand without fear of them falling off the platform.
  • Diagonal braces are there to add rigidity to the scaffold frame, not to be used as a ladder to access multiple platforms. Hook-on ladders are specifically designed to hook onto the scaffold tube, providing safe access.  
  • Scaffold collapses occur if assembly has not been done properly. Before assembling your scaffold tower, you need to ensure that the scaffold is placed on a firm foundation and that the weight of the scaffolding combined with the weight of the tools and workers has not been exceeded.
  • Make sure that the couplers and connectors have all been securely fitted.

Scaffolding has been uniquely designed to provide safe access when building from heights. However, its efficacy relies on the safe assembly, use, and dismantling of these temporary structures.

Superior Scaffolding and Formwork

At Disc-O-Scaff, we pride ourselves on the superior quality of our scaffolding and formwork solutions. All our scaffolding components are engineered in-house, using only SABS-approved materials, and are manufactured in accordance with scaffolding standards, ensuring that safety is always at the forefront of our access solutions. Contact us and we will gladly assist you with your scaffold requirements.

Kwikstage Scaffolding: A Versatile Solution for Construction and Beyond

As a temporary structure, scaffolding is a vital tool in the construction industry. It provides workers with safe access to elevated levels or hard-to-reach places. Due to its flexibility, durability, and strength, Kwikstage scaffolding has firmly found its efficacy in many industry sectors that rely on safe working platforms and the simplistic assembly and dismantling offered by this scaffold solution. We at Disc-O-Scaff are the leading manufacturer of superior-quality Kwikstage scaffolding – the most favourable, versatile, and cost-effective scaffold option.

The Multiple Uses of Kwikstage Scaffolding

Whether the task at hand requires a scaffold tower to build skyscrapers, carry out inspections, do routine building maintenance, or form part of a support structure for installations, when it comes to carrying out tasks or staging at heights, Kwikstage scaffolding is the safest solution and dispels the myth that scaffolding is only used in construction.

  1. Construction

The most common use of scaffolding is in construction. The modular design of Kwikstage scaffolding makes it the preferred access solution as it has fewer loose parts, allowing for quick assembly and making it easily adjustable to suit the job at hand. Sturdy working platforms, together with additional safety features, such as toe boards and hook-on ladders, enable workers to keep their tools handy and get to higher platforms safely.     

  1. Inspections

Quite often, visual inspections need to be carried out both internally and externally, especially on industrial sites. Kwikstage scaffolding can be both static and mobile, making it easier to carry out inspections of storage vessels, buildings, and electrical work, for example.

  1. Maintenance and Renovations

As much as it sometimes makes sense to use a ladder for routine maintenance and renovations, it isn’t a safe or practical solution when these jobs need to be carried out at heights. Scaffolding not only allows workers to gain access to all elevated areas but it also provides them with stable and safe working platforms whilst doing so.  

  1. Kwikstage Scaffolding’s Role in Formwork

Falsework is scaffolding that is temporarily created to support the formwork needed to build elevated structures and, more commonly, bridges. The symbiotic relationship between scaffolding and formwork provides construction companies with the means to stabilise and support fresh concrete forms, giving the concrete time to cure. The falsework can be removed carefully without compromising the structure.

  1. Concerts, Exhibition Stands, and more

The stability provided by the base jacks on Kwikstage scaffolding can easily transform simplistic scaffolds into observation decks, additional concert seating, part of art installations, stage exhibitions, and structured on which to strategically hang lighting for numerous events.

Scaffold Solutions for Any Event

For over 10 years, we at Disc-O-Scaff have been manufacturing and supplying scaffold and formwork solutions to major construction companies in South Africa. Whether your scaffold requirements are needed as support structures or to construct architectural marvels, contact us and we will gladly assist you.

Exploring the Diverse World of Formwork: Building the Foundations of Construction Excellence

The urban skyline is dotted with innumerable skyscrapers and monolithic architectural masterpieces that could have only been completed at such epic proportions through the proper use of formwork. Where the ancient Romans used fibre and reeds to create some of the marvels of the world, modern construction calls for a more durable material that can be used multiple times. Steel formwork from us at Disc-O-Scaff allows for the construction of columns and slabs on site, speeding up and enhancing building projects.

The Fundamental Factors Guiding Formwork

Formwork acts as a temporary or permanent mould into which wet concrete is poured and left to harden in its desired shape. Formwork types are manufactured according to the structure they are supporting and must meet some fundamental performance requirements to ensure that the exacting needs of concrete construction are met. These include:

  • It must be capable of withstanding both dead and dry loads.
  • All joints must be leak-proof and able to retain its shape.
  • Removal of the formwork must not damage the concrete.
  • Formwork should be as lightweight as possible and reusable.
  • The material should not cause warping or distortion.

Whether the formwork you require is temporary or permanent, the type you select should allow for easy on-site assembly and must be capable of resisting the loads of wet and dry concrete.

Structural Support

As the type of formwork is completely dependent on the structural element being constructed, we at Disc-O-Scaff would like to highlight a few of the many types of formwork used in construction:

  1. Column Formwork

As a temporary mould used on site, column formwork needs to be able to accommodate the high pressures of the concrete being poured and concreted quickly. Therefore, careful attention needs to be paid to the joints as they need to be formed very carefully and sealed tightly. Most construction projects use column formwork due to its ability to create clean, precise, and strong concrete supporting columns.

  1. Wall Formwork

There are two main types of wall formwork, namely girder and panelling. Girder wall formwork can be adapted to accommodate complex shapes and high loads. The fixed-sized panels for panelled wall formwork allow for the forming of large areas relatively quickly as they have fewer components.

  1. Beam Formwork

There are a multitude of beams used in construction as they are relied upon to help bear vertical loads, movements, and sheer forces. Beam formwork is used to create support structures, such as ceilings, floors, and bridges, and is often used together with column formwork.

Formwork is the foundation for any concrete construction project, with each structural formwork element being designed according to the structure they are supporting.  

At Disc-O-Scaff, we found that selecting steel over other traditional formwork methods ensures that your formwork will last over several projects and produce a smooth finish time and again. For superior-quality formwork without the honeycomb effect, contact us

What are the Main Components of Selflock Scaffolding?

Offering greater stability than ladders and providing a secure working platform, Selflock scaffolding may require more time for setup compared to ladders. However, when you need to move freely and carry out maintenance or renovations at heights for longer than anticipated, these access solutions are ideal. Whether needed for painting roofs, doing electrical work, or cleaning gutters, our Selflock scaffolding affords access trade the means to complete tasks safely.

Selflock Scaffolding Manufactured for Easy Assembly

The components of Selflock scaffolding are uniquely manufactured and designed to simply slot into each other, eliminating the need for fittings and tools. Unlike other forms of scaffolding, scaffold towers can be erected quickly and easily by unskilled workers and are a durable, short-term solution when working from heights. Selflock scaffolding is lightweight and compact, making transport and storage relatively simplistic, especially when maintenance needs to be carried out at more than one site.      

When Stable Working Platforms are Needed

The primary function of scaffolding is to provide a stable working platform at heights, and what provides that stability are the components. At Disc-O-Scaff, we take pride in the quality of our scaffolding solutions and would like to emphasise the importance of each component that makes up a Selflock scaffold tower:

  • Frames

Uniquely designed for quick assembly and dismantling, steel frames provide the height required for a task. Selflock scaffolding frames are so versatile that they are often used in events for staging and as lighting rigs.

  • Plan Braces

Placed diagonally, plan braces provide stability within the vertical and horizontal structural frames. Without the braces, scaffolding will be weak and unstable.

  • Tie Bars

Placed at regular intervals horizontally along the framework, tie bars strengthen and align the scaffold frames, adding to the structural integrity of the tower. 

  • Hook On Boards

Steel hook on boards simply hook onto the assembled scaffolding, providing a safe working platform. As Selflock scaffolding is normally used for light-duty loads, ensure that the safe working load weight of the platform isn’t exceeded.    

  • Toe Boards and Clips

When it comes to renovations and maintenance, the tools needed to carry out the task need to be close at hand. Toe boards are specifically designed to prevent any loose objects or tools from falling off the edge of the working platform, making it easier to keep them with you. 

  • Access Ladders

As Selflock scaffolding is used to gain access to higher areas, it is advisable to use an access ladder to reach various platform levels. The hook-on design of the ladders makes it possible for them to be moved from one level to another for easy platform access.

Leaders in Safe Access Solutions

At Disc-O-Scaff, each component of our Selflock scaffolding takes ease of accessibility and worker safety in mind. Our steel scaffold components are manufactured using only SABS-approved materials and in accordance with strict scaffolding standards. Contact us for superior-quality formwork and scaffolding.

The Purpose and Importance of a Selflock Toe Board on a Scaffold Tower

When it comes to small building projects, maintenance, or repairs that need to be carried out at heights, contractors need to ensure that every component of scaffolding provides maximum worker safety. With that in mind, a Selflock toe board plays a vital role in reducing the likelihood of workers, their equipment, and materials falling off the scaffold working platform.

We at Disc-O-Scaff are the leading manufacturer and supplier of superior-quality Selflock scaffolding and with every component being meticulously checked before leaving our premises, you can rest assured that safety is our number-one priority.  

Toe Boards: An Essential Part of Scaffolding Safety

Access trade workers often require their materials and equipment close at hand which, if left unsecured on platforms, can easily be knocked off, causing unnecessary injuries to those working or walking below. At the open sides of scaffold towers, it is advisable to place a Selflock toe board as a protective barrier. The toe boards, together with handrails placed at the correct heights, may be necessary to comply with health and safety regulations.  

Preventing Slip and Fall Accidents

Working from heights is perilous, and having a Selflock toe board erected along the edges of working platforms that are more than 3 metres off the ground can prevent harmful injuries and fatalities. Should a worker accidentally slip or lose their balance on a working platform, the Selflock toe board will prevent feet from going over the edge of the platform. The availability of toe boards in a variety of lengths ensures that all open sides can be secured.

Why Scaffolding Safety is Crucial

Scaffolding can be dangerous if regulatory standards and safe operating procedures are not adhered to. With every component specifically designed with worker safety in mind, we at Disc-O-Scaff would like to point out the possible pitfalls when scaffolding is not used or assembled correctly:

  • Fall risks that can result from the improper installation of guardrails.
  • Failure to inform workers on the proper use of fall-protection equipment.
  • Lack of proper instruction on how to safely use scaffolding.
  • Failure to provide adequate access to various levels of scaffolding through ladders.
  • Incorrect assembly of the scaffolding components.
  • Possible scaffold collapse when the amount of weight on the platform exceeds maximum safe working loads.
  • The stability of the foundation that the scaffolding needs to be assembled on as this affects the structural integrity of the scaffold tower.

As simplistic as Selflock scaffolding is to assemble and dismantle, the improper erection of scaffolding can lead to a total collapse of the scaffold tower or objects falling causing serious injuries.

At Disc-O-Scaff, we manufacture our scaffolding components using SABS-approved materials and in accordance with scaffolding standards. With a wealth of knowledge, skills, and experience spanning over a decade, we have supplied access and formwork solutions for some of the major construction companies in South Africa. Contact us for your custom scaffolding requirements.