Scaffold Sectional Scaffold, Utility Scaffold, System Scaffold, and Shoring Scaffold. Everything you need from the original yellow scaffold company, Bil-Jax®.
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    • All Galvanized Steel Construction
    • Expanded Metal Surface Area
    • Two Scaffold Hooks At Each End
    • Heavy Duty Construction
    • Narrow frames traditionally called 28" wide can vary from 25 11⁄16" - 31 11⁄16"
    • Exact overall width is needed when ordering 28" wide frames
  • Bil-Jax Tuf-N-Lite Walkboards are the most widely used industrial grade scaffold plank on the market. Bil-Jax Walkboard Planks features 1/2" finished plywood decking and heavy duty "I" beam side rails. Each Bil-Jax Plank meets or exceeds O.S.H.A standards and has a 75 lbs. per square foot duty rating. Made in the USA.
  • Bil-Jax 7100 series walkboard features a 3-hook, deck interlock design with grooved aluminum decking for a non-slip grip.
  • Available in 7', 8', and 10' lengths.  This product offers users the highest possible product quality & durability with the least possible maintenance.
    • Most common scaffold frame
    • Allows workers to climb up the side of the scaffolding
    • Provides an opening to walk through
    • Allows workers to walk the entire scaffold length
    • Ladder section on both sides
    • Allows workers to climb up the side of the scaffolding
    • Gives you a 12" rung spacing for easier climbing up the scaffold
    • Normal 5x5 frame rung spacing is over 15”
  • Designed for one-story brick work only. Pedestal Scaffolding can be used inside or outside. Walkboard level height adjusts from 24" to 48". Material shelf unit is conveniently located 20" above the walkboard level. Not to be used in conjunction with any other scaffolds.
  • The Open Ladder Frames provide a walk through space required for various applications. The built in climbing ladder can also be used for material shelving. These are typically custom made frames, therefore customer must specify frame dimensions when ordering.
  • Knock-down frames provide a way of getting scaffolding into tanks and other areas with restricted openings. Knock-down frames fit through a 13" diameter opening.