The Bay Brace is used for the lateral bracing of Ringlock scaffolds. It can also be used as compression and tension members for cantilevers or spurs, transmitting loads back into the main scaffold structure. Bay Braces are used as mid and top guard rails in conjunction with the Stair Stringer and Tread combination.
The Starter (Base Collar) is the beginning of the Ringlock scaffolding system. It sits upon a fixed or Adjustable Base.
Rigid Beam Clamps are designed to tie into or off to structural steel beams or for a more specialized design by hanging or suspending scaffold, creating 90-degree angles.
Swivel Beam Clamps are designed to tie into or off to structural steel beams creating a variety of angles.
The Base Plate is used as a starting base for a scaffold. A tube can be placed directly onto the spigot located at the center of the Base Plate.
The Adapter for the 0.3m Caster is used as a base connection point to a 0.3m Caster and provides a base spigot to use with standards or Base Collars to begin scaffold construction.
The Swivel Clamp Brace is used for the lateral bracing of modular scaffolding. It can also be used as a mid or top guardrail or a handrail in conjunction with the Steel Stair System. The Swivel Clamp Brace gives the user more versatility to attach the brace to any location on the vertical member of the scaffold.
The 12″ Castor is designed to provide mobility to a medium to large size scaffold tower allowing the tower to roll across flat surfaces.
Right Angle Clamp (I-Bolt) are designed to be used in conjunction with Steel Tube to create 90 degree angles.
Swivel clamps are designed to be used in conjunction with Steel Tube to create any angle between the tubes. Can also be used as bracing when used with steel tubes.
The Ledger O-Type is the horizontal member of Ringlock scaffolding. Shorter Ledgers are used as horizontal support for Ringlock Planks. Ledgers O-Type are also typically used as mid rail and top guard rails.
The Universal Base Plate is designed to be used in conjunction with the Universal Screw. Bolt these two components together to create a very strong Base, specifically for high load applications such as shoring and forming.
Ladder Brackets are designed to attach the ladders to the vertical members of the scaffold tower.
Lattice girders are horizontal members of Ringlock scaffolding that allow for scaffolding over large spans or gaps of 14' - 28' / 4.26m to 8.52m.
The Leg Lock, used in pairs, is designed to attach to the bottom rosette of the top Standard and to the top rosette of the bottom Standard. This joins the standards together in preparation for suspended or lifted scaffold applications.
By straddling the outer Ledgers or Transoms, the Mid Transom can create a transom at the lift anywhere inside the bay. Mid Transoms can also be used to create openings within the planked bay for Ladder access or to avoid a permanent obstruction.
The Pig Tail Pin is designed to lock two Standards together to resist uplift.
The Right Angle Adapter Clamp is designed to easily join a scaffold tube directly to the rosette at 90-degrees.
The Rosette Clamp allows users to add an additional rosette to any point along the vertical (tube Standard). It can accommodate up to six connection points.
The Standard with Hanging Spigot is the vertical member of the Ringlock scaffolding system that utilizes a removable spigot. The Standard provides the vertical support for the scaffold system, specifically for hanging applications.
The Spigot Adapter Clamp allows the connection of Ringlock Standards at intermediate locations along the length of O-Type Ledgers, Truss Ledgers, and Girders.
The Side Bracket (Hop-Up) O-Type is used to extend the working platform closer to the building structure in cases where the main scaffold cannot be erected directly next to the working face.
The Side (Console) Bracket O-Type is used at the edge of a scaffold to extend or widen the working platform.
The Screwjack is used as a starting base for a scaffold. It is adjustable in height to allow for compensation on uneven surfaces so that a level scaffold is always attainable.
The Solid Screwjack for Caster is designed to be used in conjunction with a 0.3m Caster and used as a starting base for a scaffold. It is adjustable in height to allow for compensation on uneven surfaces so that a level scaffold is always attainable.
The Steel Plank is used to form the working platform. The number of Steel Planks used determines the width of the platform. The Steel Planks span the length of the bay and hook onto the supporting Ledger or Transom. There is an anti-lift system for the steel planks to prevent uplift in adverse weather conditions.
The Steel Stair Stringer is the diagonal member of the 10 Leg Steel Stair System. The Stringer must be used in pairs in order to support the Stair Treads. The Stringer is used for a 2.0m lift height and is also available for a 1.0m lift height.
The Scaffold Rack is designed for storage of larger items such as Standards, Ledgers, and Steel Planks.
The Stair Tread is designed as the horizontal member connecting to the Stair Stringers (both 1.0m and 2.0m lift) providing the steps of the stair system.
The Swivel Adapter Clamp is designed to easily join a scaffold tube to the rosette of a Ringlock Scaffold, producing a variety of angles and configurations.
The Swiveljack is used as a starting base for a scaffold. It is adjustable in height and angle to allow for compensation on sloped surfaces where a Screwjack (Base Jack) cannot be used.
The Truss Ledger O-Type is engineered to enable higher service loads to the working platform. The reinforcing tube and stiffener plates support the top tube, providing additional strength.
The Vertical Mid Transom fits vertically between two ledgers positioned 0.5m apart and attached with Half Couplers. When positioned at mid or third points between two Ledgers the maximum point load capacity is increased.