Steel Scaffolding

Steel scaffolding is made from steel tubes that are set jointly by steel fittings or couplers. It is simple to erect and to dismantle. It has better robustness, greater durability and superior fire resistance.

Kwikstage scaffolding is popular because it can be used for both commercial and residential buildings and is quite simple to put together.

When the ground is stable enough to support standards and the upper level of a wall is being built, construction workers employ cantilever scaffolding. 

Double Scaffolding is generally used for stone masonry so, it is also called as mason’s scaffolding. In stone walls, it is hard to make holes in the wall to support putlogs. So, two rows of scaffolding is constructed to make it strong.

This sort of scaffolding is typically used for maintenance work such as pointing, painting, and so on. Wire ropes or chains are connected to the scaffolding’s working platform, which is suspended from the building’s roof. 

Contractors may build to virtually exact specifications using interchangeable components in varied lengths with rigid or swivel couplers and scaffold clamps, saving time and money. 

Trestles are scaffolds that are erected using ladders or tripods as the base. A platform is then added to the tripods or ladders to create an area to stand on. Trestles are also called painters’ and builders’ scaffolds. 

Single scaffolding is generally used for brick masonry and is also called as brick layer’s scaffolding. Single scaffolding consists of standards, ledgers, putlogs etc., which is parallel to the wall at a distance of about 1.2 m. Distance between the standards is about 2 to 2.5 m. 

A light-weight type of scaffolding, aluminum scaffolding is one of the most popular choices on the market today. It’s very durable and very flexible making it easy to install and a good choice for many types of jobs.