Kwikstage scaffolding is erected as a temporary structure that allow workers to construct buildings from a safe platform. Without the fear of working off a superstructure that is a work in progress or the possibility of it giving way, workers can be safe and productive at all times.
Scaffolds are usually constructed from steel, aluminium and timber components.
How Kwikstage Scaffolding works
Kwikstage Scaffolding is gaining in popularity around Australian construction sites as it can be set up and dismantled quickly and easily.
A simple system of standards (vertical load bearers), transoms (horizontal load bearers) and ledgers that lock together with minimal use of tools, anyone can erected sophisticated scaffolds.
Step 2: Scaffold planks and guard rails
Once the the scaffold structure is in place planks can be placed onto the transoms to form the platform that workers can stand and walk on.
Once this is done you can climb onto the platform with the aid of a ladder or stairs unit that can be incorporated into the scaffold structure. From this point you can easily place more ledgers and transoms – that double as guardrails – on higher levels of the scaffold.
Reasons to use Kwikstage Scaffolding
- Quick and easy to assemble/dismantle
- Excellent safety and stability for workers at various heights
- Reusable and durable components give you the best value for money
- Satisfies construction regulations for a broad range of construction sites
- Efficient scaffolding process speeds up work
- Peace of mind of using quality construction aids so you can focus on what matters most