Back to ARB Virtual Event View Cart: 0 items

    • 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
  • 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.
    • 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
    • Gives you a 12" rung spacing for easier climbing up the scaffold
    • Normal 5x5 frame rung spacing is over 15”
  • Used to support plywood or other means of protective covering over walkway areas on job construction sites. Prevents debris, small tools, etc. from falling onto walkway.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The Canopy Top is used along the top of a scaffold set-up to hold weather protection material in place. It fits on top of any 5' frame. Brackets to hold 2 x 4 wood have been welded to the outside leg. Weather Protection Clips can also be used. Clips are made of sturdy PVC plastic and snap firmly into place to hold plastic weather material to scaffold.