Utility racks



This is a widespread scaffolding type that allows you to save significantly on the quantities of members in use and on labour costs (up to 10 or more times). However, due to this considerable saving, this scaffolding type is the most complex and critical in terms of installation and design. Each scaffolding member shall be installed carefully and meet the most stringent quality and reliability standards. The most common examples of application are pipe racks, the under-truss space of buildings and facilities, hard-to-access areas at large heights, bridges, offshore platforms, and other places where it is impossible or economically impractical to erect supported scaffolding. Suspended scaffolding includes special beam couplers (clamps) to be fastened to metal sections (I-beams, channels) and to reliably transfer loads from scaffolding to stationary structures. Suspended scaffolding also frequently uses trusses with spans of up to 7 metres or more, which allow the quantity of suspension points to be minimised.


Technical characteristics

Span length/width: 0.25/0.5/0.75/1/1.5/2/2.5/3/4/5/6/7 m

Depth: 50 metres (calculation and a design are required)

Нагрузка: 200/300/450/600 kg/m²