Last edited 05 Aug 2022

Mason scaffolding

Masonry scaffold or bricklayer scaffolding are common industry terms that refer to Frame and Brace scaffolding.

Exterior mason frame scaffolding is designed for safety when working on home improvement or commercial projects. The frame is designed to hold up to 4,900 pounds and withstand harsh job site conditions. Its blue powder textured finish is weather resistant and levelling to reduce work hazards. Combined with cross bracing and other safety components, the frames are suitable for holding platforms securely in place, forming scaffolding sections that can be mounted on casters or levelling jacks. These scaffolding sections are ideal for painting, masonry, facade work, etc.

Features of mason scaffolding:

Size of mason scaffolding:

  • 5 ft. wide x 6 ft. 4 in. high x 7 ft. long mason frame scaffolding
  • Weight: 119 lbs.
  • Frame Legs: 1.69 in. OD (1-11/16 in.)
  • Lock span: 4 feet (48")
  • Finish: Blue powder coat


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