Butlins Maxi Trestle On Sale! Butlins Maxi Trestles are certified as per AS/ NZS 1576 engineered designed and certified in Australia. Easy to fold making it easy to carry, adjustable legs, Swivel Foot for uneven grounds, 460 mm to 900mm adjustable height range, safe working load 450kg plus overlayed with high Vis paint. To speak to one of the qualified scaffolders call Australian Scaffolds on 1300 919 905....

Scaffolding is useful for any building project that requires you to work in difficult-to-reach places, both on the inside and outside of a building. Need to purchase or rent scaffolding and put it together? You’re in the right place – in this guide, we’ll go over the basics of putting together scaffolding safely.  Scaffolding Assembly Step-By-Step Let’s start with a disclaimer. When you are assembling scaffolding, do not do it on your own. This is especially true...

Working in construction? Need to support masonry or load-bearing beams, or any other load that requires vertical support? Acrow props are the best choice – so here’s a guide on how you should be positioning your props for maximum safety and efficiency. Where To Position Acrow Props Here are our top tips for positioning Acrow props for your project. On a solid, stable surface with proper load-bearing capacity – One of the most important things to do...

If you’re working on a project that requires scaffolding, you may be wondering if you need scaffolding safety tags – and you may be wondering why they’re required by WHS regulations and Work Safe Australia. In this article, we’ll discuss everything that you need to know about scaffolding tags, how they protect your workers, and why these highly visual safety signs are so important. What Are Scaffolding Tags? Understanding The Basics Scaffolding-related issues are one of the...

Acrow props are an essential tool for supporting timber beams, or for supporting masonry with timber needles or strongboys. An adequate number of Acrow props, when they’re in good condition and tightened properly, can support the load of just about any project. But if you’re using Acrow props for the first time, or you just want to make sure that they’re completely safe for your next project, you may be wondering how tight your Acrow props...

Depending on whether you’re working on brick masonry, stone masonry, or any other material, different types of steel scaffolding solutions may be appropriate for your project. Scaffold safety starts by choosing the right type of scaffold for your job. Working on stone masonry? Not sure which type of scaffold you should be choosing? In this guide, we’ll discuss a few of the common types of scaffolding, and which ones are the right choice for working on...

Acrow props are an extremely valuable tool for projects that require you to support heavy masonry loads, such as supporting a cavity wall. They can also be used when you’re removing structural support beams, and to perform other tasks that require the proper support of heavy loads using a vertical prop. If you’re working on a large-scale construction or renovation project, you may be wondering how many acrow props you need, and how to set them...

If you’re doing construction work, and need to choose a scaffolding material and scaffold system for your project, you may be wondering what options you have. There are many types of scaffolding that are commonly used in building construction. Not sure if you need metal scaffolding? Wondering what types of materials are used to create cantilever scaffolding, suspended scaffolds, and other scaffold structures? Find out now, and see what type of scaffolding is right for building...

Acrow props are one of the best temporary support options if you need to support a large, static overhead load. Whether you’re supporting a ceiling while removing support beams, heavy overhead timbers, or masonry with timber needles or a strongboy, an Acrow prop is a very useful temporary support to have on hand for a number of different projects. But one of the biggest drawbacks of Acrow props is that they have poor resistance to shear...

Scaffolding is often required for large-scale construction and repairs. Whether you’re building a new commercial structure, rehabbing an existing building, or undertaking any other large-scale project, you may need a professional scaffolding company to help you set up everything you need to get started. And, to keep your workers safe and conform to Australian workplace safety regulations, it’s important that you know when – and how often – to inspect your scaffold structure. Not sure when...

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