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We sell items such as L-Bends, handrail posts, couplers, brackets, guard rails and much more. All our height safety products are engineered and tested to ensure the highest quality standards are adhered to. We can supply all your Edge Protection needs for commercial or residential projects and we deliver Australia Wide. Designed to meet and exceed AS/NZS 4994.1:2009 the Australian / New Zealand conformity standard for temporary edge protection systems. All edge protection fixing components have been robustly designed with speed and simplicity in mind.
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Australian Scaffold edge protection products are designed to suit all major brands of roofing including Longline, Custome Orb, Flatdeck, Spandek, Trimdek, Klip Lock and more.
Australian Scaffolds manufactures edge protection products in our Riverstone warehouse. Each product goes through a rigorous testing procedure to ensure our customers receive the best premium products available.
A CNC plasma cutter is a computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine that cuts through electrically conductive materials (such as steel, aluminium, brass and copper) by using a jet of hot plasma directed at the material to cut through it.
Australian Scaffolds plasma cutter is used to cut sheet metal into various shapes prior to bending, welding and galvanising processes are completed.
Manufacturing in-house gives Australian Scaffolds the technical knowledge to deliver better-designed products to our customers at a reduced cost.
General construction best practice and increasing regulations support the move away from ladders as a means of temporary access. As a result, adjustable stairs offer a simple, safe and practical solution for access between construction levels. Quickly and easily installed straight off the back of transport and ready for use in minutes.
The model WHS Regulations lists 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.
Yes. We ship Australia wide. If you want to confirm if we will be able to ship to you, please contact us to get a written quote.