scaffolding & LADDERS

June 1, 2006
Beta Max The Scaff-Trac Mounting System is designed for attaching hoists to conventional walk-through frame scaffolding. The Scaff-Trac hangs just under

Beta Max

The Scaff-Trac Mounting System is designed for attaching hoists to conventional walk-through frame scaffolding. The Scaff-Trac hangs just under the horizontal members of a frame scaffold using Beta Max saddles and pins. It works with frame scaffolds using either 7-foot or 8-foot cross braces, and allows the load to be rolled back into the scaffold for unloading. Multiple pin configurations are available, allowing the user flexibility to mount the system to most brands of frame scaffold. The Scaff-Trac allows a maximum lift capacity of 1,200 pounds and a cantilever of 3½ feet.
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Werner Ladder

The Electrician's JobStation is designed as a comprehensive work center for commercial, residential and industrial electricians. It includes customized slots and bins to hold the electrician's tools; a built-in scale for measuring and cutting conduit; and the ToolLasso Bungee System to hang heavy tools. An integrated conduit holder, hacksaw hook and safety shield on the rails make conduit cutting simple and secure. The wire spool holder brackets are designed to organize wire spools and make wire pulling effortless.
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TelPro Inc.

The Tele-Tower Model 1101 adjustable work platform is made from all-steel construction and with portable components that can be transported to the worksite in a van or pick-up truck and easily assembled by one person from ground level. There are no tools or loose parts to worry about when working with the Tele-Tower. The assembled unit with safety rails folded can roll through a 32-inch by 80-inch doorway. The winch system operates to provide an adjustable platform height ranging from 2 feet to 11 feet in 6-inch increments. Integral outriggers extend to provide a stable 6-foot base. The static load rating is 550 pounds.
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The steel, rolling tower scaffolding from Bil-Jax is available in 7-foot and 10-foot brace lengths. These packages offer a large work platform area, an easy access guardrail system, adjustable platform levels and quick, easy assembly of standard components. All casters included with the packages feature locking wheels. Bil-Jax rolling towers are manufactured from high-strength steel tubing with coped and arc-welded perimeter joints on all frames. The towers also have a powder-coated finish.
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Cosco Home and Office Products

The double-sided SuperFold ladder from Cosco Home and Office Products has a lightweight aluminum frame; a bi-directional fold; a compact, 7 3/8-inch footprint; and a handle for carrying ease. In addition, the two-person unit has large angled leg tips for stability, pinch-proof folding straps, handgrips for a stable climb and an integrated tool tray for easy-to-reach tools.
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Power Climber

Power Climber releases the newest member of the PC3 traction hoist family — the 110-V model. It features load-sensitive traction to reduce wire rope consumption, built-in overspeed brake to eliminate out-of-compliance operation, and broad operating voltage range to reduce downtime. Both models, like the air-powered PC3s are designed to be significantly easier to operate, upgrade and service than legacy hoists. Reduction in rental fleet maintenance costs is achieved with the PC3, the company says.

Ken Buettner, president of York Scaffold Equipment Corp. is pleased with the easy maintenance between rentals of the PC3. “Hoist motors are challenged by torturous weather, low-voltage situations and rough jobsite conditions,” Buettner says. “Add to that the need to perform quick and thorough maintenance in-between customer rentals. The PC3 hoists in our rental fleet have risen to those challenges and proven to be a winner on all counts.”
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