Scaffold Hire – Aluminium Towers

Aluminium scaffold provides a lightweight and cost-effective platform for a diverse range of applications including gyprock fixing, painting, electrical work, sign erection, roofing and guttering, window cleaning, installation of blinds, plumbing and cladding.

Aluminium scaffold is:

  • Lightweight, easy to use and manoeuvre
  • Fully compliant with Australian Standards
  • Load rated to 225kg

Single width aluminium tower

This type of aluminium scaffolding is ideal for narrow access work. Single width towers take up minimal space in corridors and stairwells, and on footpaths and other areas where space is at a premium.

These towers only need one platform per level, making them lightweight and very portable. Nominal lengths are 2, 2.5 and 3 metres. The frames are 750mm wide. All freestanding
scaffolds must maintain a minimum height to base ratio of 3:1.

For general use as a mobile scaffold, the maximum platform height is usually 9 metres. However, larger scaffolds can be built subject to the availability of adequate tie-in points.

Double width aluminium tower

These towers are ideal for any external or internal work. The double width range provides mobility and fast assembly, and is designed for the construction, manufacturing and installation trades.

Towers may be used alone or can be linked to provide larger work areas.

Platform lengths are 2, 2.5 and 3 metres. The frames are 1.35 metres wide. All freestanding scaffolds must maintain a minimum height to base ratio of 3:1.

For general use as a mobile scaffold, the maximum platform height is usually 9 metres. However, larger scaffolds can be built subject to the availability of adequate tie-in points.

Square aluminium tower

Square towers are usually fully mobile and freestanding. These towers are suited to overhead work which requires a large working area such as ceiling fixing, painting and the installation of sprinkler systems.

Size options include 2m2, 2.5m and 3m2

Truss Base frame scaffold

A Truss Base frame provides additional height by using a square base frame with reduced equipment. This is ideal where height is required but a larger work area is not. This configuration assists with manoeuvrability and easier handling.