What are the Features of Kwikstage Scaffolding?

A scaffold tower is always one of the first things to be assembled at the beginning of any construction or maintenance project. Kwikstage scaffolding is a temporary support system that allows workers to safely access elevated areas. It is important to note that scaffolding isn’t just for support; it also plays a vital role in ensuring the safety of workers and the quality of construction. As manufacturers and suppliers of Kwikstage scaffolding, we at Disc-O-Scaff provide modular access solutions that are durable and efficient as well as easily transportable.  

Advantages of Modular Access Solutions like Kwikstage Scaffolding

Kwikstage scaffolding is known for its quick set-up and versatility. It is an excellent choice for construction and other projects with complex geometries and irregular facades as it can be easily moulded to fit the shape of the building.

  1. Modular Design

What makes Kwikstage scaffolding unique is the design. With fewer loose fittings, every component has been manufactured to fit seamlessly into each other. Couplers, connectors, ledges, braces, and brackets effortlessly join the tubes together and stabilise the tower, with hook-on boards ingeniously designed to interlock, thereby creating a safe working platform.   

  1. Easy to Stack, Transport, and Store

As there are fewer working parts with Kwikstage scaffolding, they allow for relatively simplistic assembly and dismantling, making it easier for it to be transported to several construction sites. Once the job is done, compact storage is possible by stacking the frames and bundling them safely together, making it possible for them to be stored either on site or at the construction company’s premises. The advantage of storing the scaffolding components in this manner is that when they need to be used again, assembly can be carried out quicker.   

  1. Safe Assembly

Unlike other types of scaffold towers, Kwikstage scaffolding does not require skilled labour to erect, use, or dismantle the towers. Even though this scaffolding can sustain multiple workers, a competent person should be appointed to make sure that once assembled, the scaffolding is safe to use and that maximum workloads have been considered.

  1. Bridging the Gap

Unfinished buildings often require workers to travel long distances to reach certain points, which is time-consuming. This is not ideal when working to a strict timeline and budget. Kwikstage scaffolding reduces these distances by providing bridging points, which make it easier for workers to access different areas of the building safely.  

From quick assembly and dismantling through to modular designed components making it easier for construction companies to transport and store scaffolding frames, Kwikstage scaffolding is the perfect access solution.

Your Preferred Scaffolding Supplier

At Disc-O-Scaff, we understand that every construction project is different and manufacture our Kwikstage scaffolding in varying and versatile lengths, heights, and widths. Ideally situated in Gauteng, our wealth of experience combined with service excellence has made us the leading scaffolding manufacturer and supplier amongst major construction companies. Contact us to find out more about how our scaffolding and formwork solutions can work for you.  

The Fundamentals and Importance of Formwork in Construction

Formwork or shuttering is a crucial aspect of small or large construction projects. Concrete construction depends on the formwork material and the type of structural member that is being built, such as slabs, columns, or beams. Thanks to these moulds, manufactured and supplied by Disc-O-Scaff, it allows wet concrete to cure and retain its shape, revealing a solid structure once removed.

Formwork – Indispensable Technology

The fundamental elements of formwork or shuttering make this technology indispensable to the construction industry and one that cannot be substituted.

  • The ability to form concrete on-site reduces the floor-to-floor construction cycle, thereby reducing the overall timeframe and expenditure of the project.
  • Concrete structures can be built rapidly at a relatively lower cost by using shuttering.
  • By providing solutions for all types of overlay loads, formwork ensures structural safety and results in constructions that are both safe and practical.
  • Reusable formwork, referred to as panels, can be used over multiple construction projects.
  • It enables construction managers to ensure that the assembly and stripping of formwork resources is done accurately, improving project efficiency.

Various Types of Shuttering

The type of shuttering used in construction is dependent on the structural element being built and whether it is temporary or forms part of the permanent structure. As low cost as timber and plywood formwork is, it does not provide longevity and may take quite some time to complete a build. Affording most of the advantages of steel formwork, aluminium shuttering has the distinct disadvantage of not being able to be adjusted once manufactured.

Selecting steel over other materials for our formwork components ensures that the shuttering we provide is of the utmost quality. Steel can be utilised over numerous construction projects, and unlike other types of formwork, produces a clean surface finish, minimising the honeycomb effect. Easily installed and removed, the seamless design of our shuttering is moisture-proof, durable, and long-lasting.  

Safe Removal of Shuttering

Constructing columns, beams, and slabs requires the careful removal of the formwork, ensuring the rigidity of the structural members.

  • The formwork must not be removed until the concrete has reached a compressive strength of at least twice the stresses it will be subjected to when the formwork is stripped
  • Shuttering should be removed gradually and carefully to avoid suddenly transferring the load to the concrete, which assists in preventing cracks and other damage to the concrete form.
  • Non-load-bearing members forming the vertical faces, such as walls, should be removed first, then those forming architectural features, and lastly, heavily loaded formwork, such as beams and girders.

Designed to adequately withstand varying load weights, without formwork, many of the monolithic structures that scatter the urban landscape would not exist.

Whether the shuttering you require is to build a home with antebellum detailing or an arched bridge for pedestrian and vehicle traffic, contact the leader in superior quality scaffolding and formwork, Disc-O-Scaff. 

Typical Usage of Quick-Access Scaffolding Towers

When it comes to electrical work, painting, renovations, or maintenance, you need access solutions that provide stability and safety while working from heights. Scaffolding towers provide a cost-effective and versatile solution for access trade, eliminating the need for multiple ladders or scissor lifts. At Disc-O-Scaff, we are the leading manufacturer and supplier of Selflock and Kwikstage scaffolding, providing trade with easy-to-assemble, safe working platforms.  

Reliance on the Portability Offered by Scaffolding Towers

Scaffolding towers provide a much-needed stable and secure platform for workers to perform tasks. As they can easily be moved from one location to another, it makes scaffold solutions the ideal choice for access trade professionals that need to work in several locations.

  1. Painting and Plastering

When it comes to painting or plastering high ceilings and walls, balancing precariously on ladders whilst holding a tray, trowel, or brush isn’t the ideal solution. Scaffolding towers not only provide a safe means to work from heights, but the hook-on boards also provide the perfect platform for you to keep supplies without them being in the way.  

  1. The Maintenance, Repairs, and Cleaning of Structures

The versatility afforded by scaffolding towers makes it possible for them to be used for maintenance and cleaning. They can be assembled to reach difficult areas that you normally wouldn’t be able to access with a ladder. High-rise office buildings, bridges, and other monolithic structures need to be regularly inspected, repaired, or cleaned, which can only be done safely with scaffolding.

  1. Electrical Work

Whether electrical wiring needs to be done to the interior or exterior of a building, it is far safer to do this with mobile scaffolding towers. Adding castors provides workers with much-needed mobility, allowing them to complete electrical work quickly and efficiently.

  1. Events Staging, Lighting, and More

Scaffolding towers have become an essential tool in event and stage production. They can be used to create a variety of structures, including stages, seating, lighting rigs, and other event infrastructure. Whether scaffolding is needed for a small-scale event or larger festivals, it can help you create a safe working environment.

Benefits of Using Quality Scaffolding

There are many reasons why scaffolding is beneficial to access trade and the construction industry alike. We at Disc-O-Scaff would like to highlight why our modular-designed Kwikstage and Selflock solutions are perfect when working from heights:  

  • Scaffolding towers provide flexibility, enabling them to be used for multiple applications.
  • They allow workers to navigate a variety of levels and complex buildings with ease.
  • The robust, secure platforms and structural stability of scaffolding assist in preventing accidents.
  • Platforms are uniquely designed to hold workers as well as their equipment and tools safely without compromising the safe working load.

For over 10 years, we at Disc-O-Scaff have supplied major construction companies with reliable access and formwork solutions made from SABS-approved materials. Contact us and we will assist you with scaffolding to suit the job at hand.  

How Scaffolding is Used in Construction

China took the first steps towards modern scaffolding as humans began to adapt building techniques to include higher structures. Lengths of bamboo were cut and fastened together, closely resembling the scaffolding that is used today. In fact, in some areas of South-East Asia, it is still the selected choice of material to construct scaffold towers. Building on the inventions of yesteryear, yet embracing the introduction of steel, we at Disc-O-Scaff are a proud manufacturer and supplier of superior-quality Kwikstage and Selflock access solutions.

The Introduction of Safety Regulations for Scaffolding Systems

One of the most iconic photos reproduced shows iron workers sitting on a suspended steel beam eating lunch. As much as the workers posed for this photo as a publicity stunt, the reality is that often, these men put their lives on the line to complete construction on buildings almost 300 metres high. Realising the extreme risks associated with working from heights, safety standards ensured that scaffolding systems had to follow strict assembly codes and that a safe platform had to be provided for the workers.

Why Construction Companies Rely on Scaffolding Solutions

As much as ladders are relied upon to provide an elevated platform when doing minor maintenance and repairs, construction companies rely on the stability and support that scaffold systems offer. Here are a few reasons why construction companies choose scaffold systems:

  1. Working from Heights Safely

When working from heights, the biggest concern for any construction site is safety. Scaffolding offers workers a means to move around the building site safely to complete a build. Modular scaffolding systems have been specifically designed with safety in mind by providing safe working platforms that are strong and wide enough to comfortably hold a safe working load and prevent possible injuries.  

  • Accessibility and Ease of Use

Modern scaffolding components fit seamlessly into each other without the need for bolts and nuts. Every part of a scaffold tower is manufactured in accordance with regulatory compliances and has been specifically designed for quick and safe assembly and disassembly. Whether required for an exterior build or interior electrical work and formwork, scaffolding allows workers to gain access to multiple areas effortlessly.

  • Long-Term Solution

Construction companies need to invest in access solutions that will last. Selecting steel over other traditional materials, such as wood, provides construction companies with scaffold towers that have a longer lifespan, are corrosion resistant, are durable, and can be used for several projects without needing to replace components.

The importance of using quality scaffolding in construction as well as for maintenance and renovations cannot be emphasised strongly enough.

Superior-Quality Access Solutions

For over 10 years, our Kwikstage and Selflock scaffolding solutions at Disc-O-Scaff have assisted in minimising risks, maximising on-site efficiency, and significantly shortening construction time. Our scaffolding systems and components are engineered and manufactured in-house in accordance with scaffolding standards, providing construction and access trade with superior-quality access solutions. Contact us for your scaffolding requirements.     


Popular Types of Slab Formwork and How to Assemble and Disassemble Them

Depending on the type of construction being undertaken, several types of shuttering can be used, amongst them slab formwork, which provides the crucial structural element for flat surfaces. Whether supported on two sides or four, used to support beams or as reinforcement for a structure, we at Disc-O-Scaff manufacture and supply steel slab formwork, affording contractors a time- and cost-saving method of completing builds on site.

Importance of Slab Formwork in Construction

Slab formwork is considered the most vital form of shuttering as it allows other parts of the building under construction to withstand varying loads. Made from concrete and used to create flat horizontal surfaces, such as floors and roofs, slab formwork is supported by other forms of shuttering, such as beams and columns.  

  1. Flat Slab Formwork

Commonly used in commercial buildings, parking lots, and hotels, flat slab formwork is supported by columns that carry the load-bearing weight. This type of shuttering is not known for its aesthetics as it mainly provides a plain ceiling surface.

  1. Conventional or Regular Slab Formwork

Supported on beams and columns, this type of shuttering has a greater depth than flat slab formwork where the load capacity is carried to the beams and then the columns. Quite often, this formwork supports elements, such as scaffolding.

  1. Beam Formwork

With every type of shuttering designed to handle load capacities and provide structural elements, beam formwork transfers the loads from the slabs to the columns. This means that beams are constructed to carry the load-bearing weight from one wall to another.

  1. Column Formwork

Vertically orientated, column formwork transfers loads from the slabs to the foundation and ultimately to the soil beneath it. They support dead and live loads, including floors, bridges, and roofs, to name a few.

The structural elements of formwork work together as a system to transfer loads from slabs to the beams and then the columns, which assist in resisting the force of horizontal loads.  

Ease of Assembly and Dismantling

Successful slab, beam, or column formwork includes selecting the proper material for the shuttering and one that has been uniquely designed to hold the formwork in place and prevent movement during pouring.

Our formwork solutions provide ease of assembly with all components perfectly aligning and held in place with clip and wedge assembly sets. Not only does this present a smooth finish once the concrete has hardened but it also cuts down on time spent disassembling by simply disengaging the outer clips and wedges from their assigned slots and safely removing the formwork.

At Disc-O-Scaff, our steel formwork panels provide the construction industry with durable and versatile shuttering solutions. The ease of assembly, reusability, and affordability of our column, beam, and slab formwork make them particularly useful in building projects that require a high level of precision. Contact us for your formwork and scaffolding requirements today.   

The Importance of and Different Types of Scaffolding Components

Whether you are a novice to the building trade or an experienced hand, knowing the importance of the various types of scaffolding components and how they can improve structural integrity, mobility, as well as worker safety will make a difference when you are on-site. At Disc-O-Scaff, we understand that the components of scaffolding are crucial to the successful completion of a project and have compiled a list of them, especially those that consider a worker’s safety.

Scaffolding Components Provide Structural Safety

Often used as a vital tool in the construction of colossal infrastructure or maintaining and renovating existing expansive constructs, scaffold towers together with the correct scaffolding components provide much-needed safety and support when working from heights. As access solutions need to be secure, or in the case of maintenance work, it is equally important to know how each scaffolding component can make a difference to a scaffold tower.   

Quality Engineered Components

At Disc-O-Scaff, we engineer and manufacture all our scaffolding components in-house using only SABS-approved materials, assuring you of the best-quality scaffolding that is in accordance with scaffold regulatory requirements. Whether the scaffolding system you select from us is Kwikstage, ideal for construction, or Selflock, perfect for access trade, the components you receive from us at Disc-O-Scaff will only leave our premises with a green tag.

Providing Structural Integrity

Like cement is to formwork, scaffolding components are crucial to the structural integrity of scaffold towers:

  • Base jacks are considered one of the most important components as they are used at the base of scaffolding towers to level the tower and provide stability.
  • Often referred to as uprights, the standards assist in transferring the weight of the scaffold tower to the ground where they rest on the base jacks.
  • Running horizontally between the standards are ledgers, adding additional support and assisting in distributing the load-bearing weight. The placement of the ledgers defines the height of the working platforms.
  • Diagonal braces have triangulation to strengthen the scaffolding, preventing towers from moving or swaying.
  • Couplers and clamps are fundamental scaffolding components that hold and join the various scaffolding tubes together. They are used to taking the load- and non-load-bearing capacities of the towers into consideration. For example, right angle and swivel couplers are used for load-bearing towers and expanding joint pins are used for non-load-bearing scaffolding.   
  • Together with braces and tie bars, hook-on boards create stable and safe working platforms as well as added stability to the framework of scaffold towers

Scaffold tubes, toe boards, reinforced ledgers, access ladders, and other scaffolding components play a vital role in scaffold safety.

Whether your scaffolding solution requires stability or mobility, contact the leader in scaffolding and scaffold component manufacturing and supply. Contact us at Disc-O-Scaff for your scaffolding and formwork requirements.  

Selflock Access Ladders for Enhanced Efficiency, Safety, and Accessibility

The development of new materials and construction methods during the Industrial Revolution introduced steel access solutions, which proved to be more reliable, durable, and simplistic to assemble than their wooden counterparts. Since then, scaffolding has evolved to include fabricated systems, such as Selflock scaffolding with Selflock access ladders, providing workers with safe working platforms and easier accessibility when working at heights. We at Disc-O-Scaff manufacture and supply Selflock scaffolding, providing quick access and enhanced efficiency for small building and renovation projects.

Why Use Selflock Access Ladders?

Modular scaffolding is commonly used in construction for support as it is economical, simplistic to assemble and disassemble, and extremely versatile. Selflock scaffolding provides much-needed stability when repairs, renovations, small building projects, and electrical work is done at heights. Selflock access ladders hook firmly onto the frames, providing single or multiple workers with the means to gain access to more than one platform safely.

Advantages of Selflock Scaffold Towers

At Disc-O-Scaff, every unit of our Selflock scaffolding, including Selflock access ladders, has been uniquely designed to lock into each other securely and seamlessly, from the hook-on boards right through to the frames. Our Selflock scaffolding offers several advantages over other access solutions, such as:

  • Used as a static or mobile access solution, these towers make it easier to complete both interior and exterior tasks quickly.
  • Quick, easy assembly and dismantling saves time and reduces labour costs, which is a great benefit for companies working on a budget.
  • The durability and ability of Selflock scaffolding to withstand safe working loads makes it possible for them to be used for several projects without having to replace any components.
  • As the frames, boards, plan braces, and tie bars are available in varying lengths and widths, towers can be customised according to specific requirements, including Selflock access ladders.

Just like firefighters need safe access to multiple-storied buildings when called out to douse a fire, access trade and construction workers need appropriate climbing structures to reach several stories. The higher the building, the more secure the access to the platforms of the scaffolding should be, which is why Selflock access ladders, together with Selflock scaffolding, is the sensible choice.

Superior-Quality Scaffolding and Formwork Solutions

Ideally situated in Gauteng, we at Disc-O-Scaff have been manufacturing and supplying high-quality scaffolding and formwork solutions to leading construction companies in South Africa for over 10 years. We manufacture our scaffolding systems and components in-house using only SABS-approved materials and in accordance with scaffolding standards. Whether your business is big or small, you will always benefit from our excellent quality and superior customer service. Contact us and we will gladly assist you with selecting the right scaffolding for your project.   

Formwork in Concrete Construction: Importance, Types, and Best Practices

When it comes to the quality and accuracy of finished concrete surfaces, construction companies turn to Disc-O-Scaff for superior formwork solutions. Different types of concrete construction rely on steel moulds to provide supporting structures, such as slab, beam, or column formwork. We at Disc-O-Scaff would like to take this opportunity to point out the importance and best practice principles of proper formwork.

Importance of Quality Concrete Formwork

Considered the foundation of construction, formwork presents a temporary mould into which wet concrete is poured and left to harden. On-site concrete shuttering is a common sight in construction, significantly reducing building time, improving efficiency, and lowering costs. With most projects being planned around budgets, selecting quality formwork from the start will prevent poor surface finishes, which is essential for the success of any construction project. Our formwork allows for easy assembly, can be used multiple times, and is cost-effective, letting workers complete tasks faster without compromising on the finish.

Different Types of Steel Shuttering

Formwork, or shuttering, has been used for centuries and is responsible for the creation of many structures that are still standing today. Made from timber, plywood, plastic, fabric, or steel, part of any successful concrete formwork construction is selecting the right type of mould material for structural support. We selected to manufacture all our formwork moulds as well as clip and wedge assembly sets from high-grade steel due to its durability and longevity. Often, other types of formwork may leave a honeycomb effect after the concrete has cured, which is not the case with steel. Our economy form panels, circular column boxes, and flex form panels, to name a few, create a smooth finish that is waterproof.  

Competent Formwork Practices

Formwork should always be rigid, watertight, and firmly braced together, enabling the concrete to maintain its shape and position whilst in the mould. As formwork is used to create structural elements, such as floors, walls, and columns, it must be only removed once the concrete has gained sufficient strength or hardened. With shuttering done on-site, the temperature could affect the time it takes for the concrete to strengthen.

As beams and slabs are subjected to live loads during construction, these structures will take longer to cure. Once the concrete has set and cured, it has to be removed safely without damaging the formed concrete. Should it seem that the concrete may form cracks or any other damage during the removal of the formwork, we suggest that it is better to delay the disassembly of the shuttering.  

Leaders in Steel Formwork Solutions  

For construction projects big or small, we at Disc-O-Scaff manufacture and supply superior-quality scaffolding and formwork solutions. As our scaffolding and formwork components are engineered in-house, we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service and quick delivery times. Consult with us and we will gladly assist you with your requirements.

Different Types of Scaffolding Connectors and How They Are Commonly Used Within the Construction Industry

Scaffolding systems provide construction workers and those who need to work at heights with safe working platforms. Scaffolding connectors play a crucial role in the assembly of the structures, ensuring the structural integrity and safety of the scaffold. As suppliers of Kwikstage scaffold solutions, we at Disc-O-Scaff ensure that every component of our scaffold solutions is manufactured according to scaffolding standards, providing the required stability and security at heights.

In this article, we’ll explore the importance of scaffolding connectors as well as different types that are available.

Importance of Scaffolding Connectors

Where modular scaffolding is reliant upon the various components locking into place securely, tubular scaffolding, used in major construction, relies on scaffolding connectors to build a sturdy framework. Scaffolding connectors, referred to as couplers, are used to attach scaffold tubes to the required position at different angles, providing stability to the working platforms and enabling them to handle safe working loads. With the assistance of scaffolding connectors, these temporary support structures are erected to function as vertical standards, diagonal braces, and horizontal ledgers, to name a few.

Advantages of Secure and Robust Connectors

Understanding the importance of safety in scaffolding, our Kwikstage scaffold connectors offer the following advantages:

  • DH Couplers are used to connect tubes to the standards at 900 angles, allowing for a cross-over effect and adding stability to the scaffold.
  • Considered a type of load-bearing connector, swivel couplers are used to connect two tubes which can then be swivelled to the desired angle. These scaffolding connectors are extremely useful when construction requirements require more versatility and adaptability.
  • 900 Couplers, often referred to as fixed couplers, join tubes together at a 900 angle and can be used instead of a band or plate.
  • Most commonly used to stabilise a hook-on ladder to a ledger, bands and plates are used to join two tubes together at a right angle and attach a scaffold to a standard. This single-locking mechanism effectively secures the tubes.

Our scaffolding connectors provide versatility to scaffold towers, enabling construction companies to customise them according to their specific requirements.

Features of Kwikstage Scaffolding

Kwikstage scaffolding is the most widely used scaffolding in construction, providing favourable and cost-effective access solutions.

  • They are simple to assemble, use, and disassemble.
  • The components are available in a variety of lengths and widths.
  • They provide quick and easy access.
  • They offer a variety of accessories, such as steel pallets and stillages, enabling workers to keep materials close at hand, thereby preventing possible hazards on working platforms.
  • Scaffolding connectors can be easily removed when scaffold towers need to be deconstructed, making storage and transport relatively simple.

Quality Scaffolding Suppliers

At Disc-O-Scaff, we pride ourselves on our high-quality scaffolding and formwork solutions that provide flexible options, meet regulatory requirements, and are manufactured using SABS-approved materials. Contact us for more information on our access and shuttering solutions.   



A Scaffold Tower is the Ultimate Solution for Accessing Hard-to-Reach Areas

For use indoors and outdoors, often needed on stairs and with the ability to reach indeterminable heights, a scaffold tower provides a safe platform for workers to access hard-to-reach areas without the hassle. With each type of scaffold tower playing a pivotal role in construction, renovations, and repairs, choosing the right one is important for achieving the desired result. As the leading scaffolding manufacturer, we at Disc-O-Scaff offer customers Selflock and Kwikstage access solutions.

Scaffold Towers Provide Versatile Solutions

With each scaffold tower being specifically assembled for use in a particular environment, having the correct type of scaffolding solution will save you time and help improve the overall quality of the project. Here is a list of different types of scaffold towers:

  1. Staircase Scaffold Tower

As the name suggests, these scaffold towers are ideal for use on staircases as well as for any small repairs or electrical work that need to be completed indoors or outdoors. This type of scaffolding makes it easier to navigate all the hard-to-reach areas on stairs.

  • One-Man Tower

Many access trades only need one person to complete the job. On this type of scaffolding, base jacks are normally replaced with castor wheels to provide mobility, making this scaffold tower ideal for painting at heights. Due to their diminutive size, they can easily be dismantled and transported in a van.

  • Standard Scaffold Tower

Small builds, repairs, or renovations need a quick, simplistic scaffold tower that is easy to assemble and dismantle. Varying tube, plan brace, and tie bar sizes make it possible for these towers to be customised to specific requirements.

  • Cantilever Scaffolding

There are often situations where the building needs to be done over an obstacle. In this instance, a cantilever scaffold tower provides workers with an additional tower, making it easier to complete a task. Additional safety gear, such as a harness, is advisable.  

  • Tube Scaffold Tower

Renovations rely on tube scaffold towers due to their versatility. These towers can be assembled around a large area and arranged in almost any shape. Clamps and couplers are among the vital components that hold this scaffolding together.

  • Supported Scaffolding

In situations where the ground is not very stable or the elements, such as strong winds and heavy rains, may pose a problem, the scaffolding should be firmly anchored to an existing structure for stability. Supported scaffold towers are held structurally in place by several components and then connected to a rigid structure for safety.  

Assisting in Building Tomorrow’s Structures Today

Providing scaffolding solutions that are easy to assemble and dismantle whilst providing safe working platforms at heights is what you can expect from our Kwikstage and Selflock scaffolding at Disc-O-Scaff. For over 10 years, we have been manufacturing scaffolding made from only SABS-approved materials and have supplied our solutions to leading scaffolding and construction companies.

Contact us and we will assist you in selecting the right scaffold tower for your requirements.