The innovative Scaffold Inspection Timer from can help save lives by clearly showing when scaffold maintenance is needed on Scafftags from Brady.
Its LED lights grab the attention of users and maintenance professionals alike from a distance and help avoid the use of uninspected or worn out scaffolding.
The Scaffold Inspection Timer clearly highlights when the next planned scaffold maintenance intervention is due in seven days. Each version is equipped with a dark green, light green, yellow and flashing red LED light that indicate a recently inspected up to an uncertain equipment status.
The Scaffold Inspection Timer can easily be clipped on Scafftags from Brady. At the end of its seven day inspection time interval, the tag can be reset until the 1 year+ tag battery is spent.
A battery status indicator constantly shows how much power is left. Alternatively, Brady Inspection Timer for various applications with different types of maintenance cycles is available too.
Opposed to other solutions, the Scaffold Inspection Timer’s coloured LED lights can be seen from a distance and actively draw attention from users and passers-by.
Scaffolding with the Scaffold Inspection Timer is not likely to exceed its maintenance interval determined by laws and regulations. This allows the Scaffold Inspection Timer to optimally support maintenance interventions that save lives.
Watch the video and see how the inspection timer works!
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