Scaffolding Products Yellowknife NT

With a drop-in-place bridge, pass-through wall ties, and fewer parts (no chains, bolts, or cross braces), these scaffolds assemble quickly and easy in Yellowknife.

Coneco Equipment
(867) 669-0738
14 Ellesmere Dr
Yellowknife, NT
 
Western Arctic Adventure & Equipment
(867) 777-4542
38 Spruce Hill Dr
Inuvik, NT
 
Northern Rentals & Lumber
(867) 873-8929
20 Coronation Dr
Yellowknife, NT
 
Hay River Housing Authority
(867) 874-6477
31 Capital Dr Ss 98
Hay River, NT
 

Scaffolding Products

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Source: MASONRY CONSTRUCTION MAGAZINE
Publication date: May 1, 2007

By MASONRY CONSTRUCTION Staff

System designed for brick laying

The Total Scaffold System is a modular approach with all components engineered to lock onto a rosette so few parts are needed. The system is designed for brick laying, can be adapted to overcome steep angles and irregular shapes, and is well suited for restoration and renovation projects.

  • Etobicoke Ironworks Ltd., 416-742-7111, www.eiw-ca.com

Scaffolds erected quickly and easily

With a drop-in-place bridge, pass-through wall ties, and fewer parts (no chains, bolts, or cross braces), these scaffolds assemble quickly and easy. Every tower is legal to climb and has an access platform for safe and easy access. They have 5000-lb capacities, extension trusses that allow for up to 13-ft extensions anywhere along the platform, and are rated up to 550-ft high.

  • EZ Scaffold Corp., 800-699-6831, www.ezscaffold.com

Matching wall height and materials

Climbing scaffolding systems come in four sizes and keep the wall and materials waist-high all day for better production. The VIP is designed for brick veneers and interior partitions up to 12-ft high. The Junior is used for residential and light construction and has an 80-ft maximum working height. The Beast tops out 36-ft walls while free standing with a 301-ft maximum height. The Heavy-Duty has a maximum height of 552 ft.

  • Non-Stop Scaffolding, 800-845-0845, www.nonstopscaffolding.com

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