A standard set of members allows us to assemble supported scaffolding for cast-in-place floor slabs, including for bridges and tunnels. Due to flexibility of the system, the scaffolding can be assembled for any shapes and heights of floor slabs and roofs. In order to speed up installation works, scaffolding structures can be assembled on the ground in the horizontal position and lifted with a crane to the design position. Moreover, supported scaffolding towers can be moved on wheels by entire sections from one area to another one, which significantly saves time and costs for repeated installation and dismantling of scaffolding. Similarly, scaffolding can be moved with a crane, assembled. The load-carrying capacity of scaffolding per pole can reach 7 (!) tonnes, which makes applicability of this scaffolding type virtually unlimited. Normally, such scaffolding has only one extra member—a universal fork head to be installed at ends of upper poles. It is this member on which formwork beams rest. Other members are fully standard ones and can be used on all other scaffolding types—and there are 26 (!) of those.
Pole spacing: 0.25/0.5/0.75/1/1.5/2/2.5/3/4/5/6/7 m
Load: up to 7 tonnes per pole (calculation and a design are required)