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The safe way to scaffold over a pool

Australian property sizes are shrinking.  At a time when headlines contain the details of the sale of the largest station in the world, our cities are becoming more compacted each time a building is redesigned or redeveloped. Over the past five years rampant population growth and skyrocketing land prices have seen a significant reduction in
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What to look for when buying a scaffold – Wheels

Although often overlooked as a critical part of any mobile scaffold, Wheels are an integral part of the structure, and need to be looked after in the same way.  There are quite a variety of scaffold wheels available on the Australian market, which is right for your scaffold? Wheel or Caster (Castor) Caster is a
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What to look for when buying a scaffold – Ladders

Ladders Mobile scaffolding is wonderful for providing a safe working platform for any kind of purpose.  The mode of ascent continues to be by means of a ladder.  There are however quite a few points to consider in your purchase of a scaffold when you are looking at the type and fittings of the scaffolding
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What to look for when buying a scaffold – Joins

Rivets v Welds I plan to run a couple of posts to give everyone some ideas on how to choose a scaffold for their own use, and some of the differences that you may see when looking at buying a scaffold. This week, we will concentrate on the joins between the fittings (or claws) and
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Outriggers on Aluminium Mobile Scaffolds – What do they do and when do I use them

I was watching one of our displays at the Mr Scaffold Head Office in Wetherill Park during a storm last month.  We had a single width easyscaf (light duty) tower with a platform at 5.4 metres.  That meant the top rail was at 6.3 metres, and the scaffold is only 0.85 metres wide.  With the
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scaffolding platforms as steps follow the roof curve

Having trouble with the curve? Not with Mr Scaffold at your site

Mr Scaffold is capable of providing full service scaffolding hire and labour solutions.  We have some large jobs in the pipeline, most of which we cannot share on these pages, so until we have something more recent to show you, I thought I would share an interesting job from a short while ago. Our client
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Scaffolding Safety is a Business Priority for Mr Scaffold

At Mr Scaffold, safety is our number one priority. Check back for updates. Our Vision ‘Providing market leading scaffolding solutions through superior customer service and product innovation.’ We know that having a vision statement is common for companies, we here at Mr Scaffold have used ours to describe the attitude that we have towards providing
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single width scaffold for tight spaces

Do I require a ticket / certification to erect Aluminium Mobile Scaffolding?

When is a licence required? If you wish to perform scaffolding work, where a person or object may fall more than four metres from the scaffold, you must hold a high risk work licence for scaffolding. When is a licence not required? A licence is not required if the height of the completed scaffold is
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