S-Stage (Quick Stage) Systems, Standards

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Made from 48.3OD x 4mm thick Steel Tubes with housings at four directions at right angles. Standards have spigot welded to them.


 Consist of Standards with wedge housing welded to them at 500mm centers in four directions at right angles.  Ledgers and Transoms  with banana end brackets connect to the verticals with positive locking wedges fit in the wedge housings of standards.  The Diagonals have a swiveling bracket with positive wedge locking to the standards. Standards are erected on adjustable Base Jack to cope with variation in Ground level.

  • Made from 48.3 OD x 4 mm thick Steel Tubes with housings at four directions at right angles. Standards have spigot welded to them to connect one above the other. Standard sizes are 9ft.9in, 6ft. 6in & 3ft3in.

  • Conforms to BS Standards.

  • Dip painted to give protection inside the tubes

The elements constituting the system:

§      Vertical element

§      Horizontal element

§      Lower universal jack and jack nut

§      Upper universal jack and jack nut

§      Connection tool for vertical elements

§      Beam supporting element

§      Console

§      Base jack

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Q:A window washer is standing on a scaffold supported by a vertical rope at each end. The scaffold weighs 190 N?
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Dear JusTrav, Scaffolding is a temporary structure used to support the crew who worked on the building and material used in the destruction of buildings and other large structures. The scaffording could of been there for a bomb inspector to approve the destruction sequence. The scaffording could of been there to remove very expensive windows and ornament. The scaffording could of been there to support the structure from falling certain way. The scaffording are remove as the last stand.

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