Quickstage System

Quickstage scaffolding is a tube structure to support people and material in the construction industry or repair of buildings and other large structures. This system can also be used for propping of slabs and formwork.

The key components of Quickstage are standards, ledgers, base jacks and hook-on boards. The standards, also called uprights, are the vertical tubes that transfer the entire weight of the structure to the ground where it rests on the base jack.

The adaptability of the system enables the standards to be erected close together where necessary to accommodate heavy loads on the scaffold.

The ledger consists of horizontal tubes (also called transoms) which connect between the standards.

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