Scaffolding

Description
Scaffolds are erected of easily assembled structures of steel or timber. On these frameworks, working platforms are placed for easy accessibility to high elevations of a building or other structure under construction or repair. Fixed scaffolds are constructed alongside a building and can be either independent or putlog. The independent Scaffold Wellington has standards or uprights on both sides of its working platforms. This allows the independent scaffold to remain upright without support from the building under construction or repair.

The Scaffolding Petone has standards or uprights along its outer edges, but its inner side is supported by the structure or building itself. The putlogs are used to support a working platform. Independent scaffolds should also be secured or tied to the structure under repair or construction at various intervals to lend support to its overall stability. It is mounted on castors or wheels that swivel and allow the scaffold to be easily moved from location to location.
 
Item Location
Country
New Zealand
Region
Wellington
City/Town/Suburb
Porirua
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