Maxi Scaff Castor 125mm

$32.10 inc GST

The Butlin Maxi Scaff Castor 125mm swivels 360 degrees and includes a brake pedal making the Butlin Mobile Scaffold safe and easy to move. Furthermore, it is easy to install the castor into the Butlin Maxi Scaffolding frame 1.9m (SCA06.2600.190) and becomes height-adjustable when attached with the Maxi Scaff  Adjustable Jack (SCA06.1259.580). Free Delivery Australia Wide

 

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Free Delivery Australia Wide | Lifetime Guarantee. Butlin Maxi Scaff Castor 125mm – Designed, Manufactured & Built for Australian Tradesman. Buy online or call 1300 919 905 to speak to a friendly qualified scaffolder today.

The Butlin Maxi Scaff Castor 125mm swivels 360 degrees and includes a brake pedal making the Butlin Mobile Scaffold safe and easy to move. Furthermore, it is easy to install the castor into the Butlin Maxi Scaffolding frame 1.9m (SCA06.2600.190) and becomes height-adjustable when attached with the Maxi Scaff  Adjustable Jack (SCA06.1259.580).

Application

  • Used with the Butlins Maxi Scaffold range.
  • Used with the height-adjustable jack for uneven sloping surfaces.

Benefits

  • Easy to use
  • Fast installation
  • Aluminium Grade 6061-T6
  • Designed and manufactured to comply with AS/NZS 1576.3:2015

As a result, the Butlin Maxi Scaff Castor 125mm meets all Australian safety requirements. Additionally, Australian Scaffolds has the Butlin Maxi Scaff Castor 125mm for sale, and you can purchase conveniently and securely online with fast delivery across Australia. Or similarly, visit one of many hardware stores that stock our great range of Butlin Maxi Products including, Access Stairs, Acrow Props, Edge Protection Equipment, Mobile Scaffolds, Aluminium Ladders and Scaffold Trestles.

Above all, with over 20 years of industry experience, in designing, engineering, and building scaffolding, we are always happy to offer no obligation free advice. So, please give us a call if you need help on 1300919905 and speak to a qualified, friendly scaffolder.

Competency and licensing

The model WHS Regulations list the scaffolding work that requires a high-risk work licence.

If you are carrying out scaffolding work where there is a risk of a person or object falling more than four metres, you must hold a scaffolding high-risk work licence. For example, if you erect a small frame to clean the eaves of a house or to paint a ceiling, and the distance you might fall is four metres or less, you don’t need a high-risk work licence. Above all, for more detailed information on setting up and operating scaffolds, see our General guide for scaffolds and scaffolding work.

Also, please visit the Australian Standards for more scaffold information.

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