What is the difference between standing height, scaffold height and working height?

Standing height is the height of the working platform, where the operator stands to perform work. Working height is the desired height the operator wants to reach, and Scaffold height is the height of the overall scaffold when assembled to the highest handrail.

How to determine what scaffold is right for you?

All our aluminium mobile scaffolds are advertised with the standing height of the operator. For example a 4.0m high scaffold means the operator stands at 4.0m high, and can perform work at 6.0m high.

Are your castor wheels adjustable?

Yes, we have two types of wheels that can be adjusted, the 6 inch (150mm diameter) wheel, and the 8 inch (200mm diameter) wheel.
We also have a third option the 5 inch (125mm diameter) wheel, however it is not adjustable.

Do all your wheels have locks?

Yes, all our wheels are lockable.

Are your aluminium mobile scaffold WorkCover NSW registered?

Yes, our product have reciprocal right of certification in other States of Australia

I already own a mobile scaffold, will your components fit with my scaffold tower?

Generally speaking yes our frames and braces are compatible with other systems in the market. You’re welcome to come along to one of our stores with your frames and braces, and we can test if they fit our system.