Putlog Scaffold

A putlog scaffold may also be called a bricklayer’s scaffold. As such, the scaffold consists only of a single row of standards with a single ledger. The putlogs, (transoms with one end flattened)  are attached to the ledger at one end but integrated into the bricks at the other. Spacing is the same on a putlog scaffold as on a general purpose scaffold, and ties are still required.

Birdcage Scaffold

A Birdcage scaffold is an independent scaffold consisting of more than two rows of standards in both directions connected by ledgers and transoms.

Scaffold Tower

AKA a mobile tower or zip-up tower is a lightweight aluminium scaffold mounted on casters or wheels which provides a free standing ,and easily moveable, working platform.

Truss-Out Scaffold

A specially designed independent tied scaffold projecting from the face of the building or structure, and is entirely dependent upon the building for support. These scaffolds are generally used where it is impractical, or inadvisable, to build from ground level.

Cantilever Scaffold

A specially designed independent tied scaffold similar to a truss-out but erected on beams cantilevering out from a building.

Drop Lift Scaffold

A specially designed scaffold suspended at a fixed height, either below load bearing projecting brackets or beams or from the structural members of a roof or other overhead structure.

Flying Shore Scaffold

A specially designed temporary support scaffold fixed horizontally between two buildings This method of shoring does not touch the ground, but rather spans in mid-air the widths between the walls you are propping up.

Raking Shore Scaffold

A specially designed temporary support scaffold giving support to an unsafe wall by means of a series of rakers  (sloping tube) between the face of the structure to be supported and the ground.

Dead Shore Scaffold

A specially designed temporary support scaffold giving support to the weight of the structure directly above and transferring the same to the ground on firm foundation below.

Stair Access Scaffold

A temporary scaffold which is much more robust and versatile than any of the push-fits on the market.

 

Temporary Handrails

Temporary Roofs

Temporary Walkways

Temporary Gantries

Temporary Staircases