Scaffold Towers and accesories
Scaffold towers are an essential tool for construction and building maintenance companies. The lightness and strength of aluminium means it is increasingly chosen in preference to traditional, heavy, steel.
The use of aluminium makes scaffold towers quick and simple to erect. They are ideal for the construction and building maintenance industries. Customers include both end users and hire companies.
Aliscaff have been at forefront of developing scaffold towers for over 30 years. Their scaffold towers are available in single, double and quadruple widths. The towers construction is welded. A full range of accessories and ancilary components are available.
Aliscaff's scaffold towers are certified to British Standard BS EN 1004. The supporting quality assurance systems are assessed to BS EN ISO 9001:2000. The scaffold towers are assembled using the “3T” (Through the Trap) method, which means the operator never stands on a platform that is not fully guarded. This is in accordance with the Work at Height Regulations 2005.
It is also important for Health and Safety that the scaffold tower users are correctly trained in assembling and constructing the towers. That’s why Aliscaff offer the PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers and Manufacturers Association ) training courses.
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