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ZARGES launches Reachmaster mobile scaffold tower

  • 18 May 2015

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The Reachmaster boasts a range of working heights from 2.5m to 8.5m and has been developed to be setup with ease.

Reachmaster is designed to reach more heights than competitors’ aluminium scaffold towers

Its folding base frame can be wheeled into position when closed.

Opening out the base frame and locking the folding gate is designed to be quick and easy. Braces snap into place and are colour coded for identification.

Measuring 1900mm x 960mm x 360mm when closed, the folding base frame makes the Reachmaster compact enough to store and transport easily.

It is designed to withstand rigorous use, featuring 50mm diameter frames and braces, as well as strong aluminium spigots.

Reachmaster is certified to EN 1004 Class 3, has a safe working load of 210 kg and is erected using the recommended ‘through-the-trap’ (3T) method.

Zarges
8 Holdom Avenue
Saxon Park Industrial Estate, Bletchley
Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire
UK
MK1 1QU
Website: Visit Zarges website

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