33-Foot Stationary Scaffold Stair Tower Kit w/Outriggers
Our 33ft Stationary Scaffold Stair Tower Kit with Outriggers provides a stable working platform with a high weight capacity. This tower provides you with 35 sq. ft. of working space, is easy to assemble, and has stairs for easy access to the top and a guardrail set for extra safety.
The 33ft stationary stair tower has all the components you need to build a OSHA compliant scaffold platform 33ft high with stairs that makes access to the top a breeze. Please note, this 33ft height is where your feet will be at, the guardrail components will be higher. This tower is made from 5’x6’4″ Safeway style walk-thru scaffold frames. The 3 solid steel planks create a 5′ X 7′ solid work platform for you to stand and work on. These planks lock into the scaffolding frames for extra safety.
33ft Stationary Scaffold Stair Tower Kit w/Outriggers Includes:
- 10 SWS-610B 5′ X 6’4″ s-style walk-thru scaffold frames
- 20 SWS-104 coupling pins
- 20 SWS-113 spring clips
- 10 SWS-303 7′ X 4′ cross braces
- 30 SWS-112 toggle pins
- 5 SWS-920B 7′ s-style internal scaffold stair units
- 4 SWS-520N 5′ scaffold end panel guard rails
- 8 SWS-134 24″ screw jack w/fixed base plates
- 1 SWS-917B 7″ top rail for internal stair unit
- 1 SWS-919B scaffold stair starter bar
- 6 SWS-530BF 42″ guardrail posts
- 6 SWS-502 5′ guardrails
- 4 SWS-503 7′ guardrails
- 3 SWS-SP-07 7 ‘ steel planks
- 4 SWS-215 30″ outriggers
Total Product Weight: 1,614.58 Lbs
Made of High Quality Steel
At SWS Scaffolding, our goal is to provide you with the highest quality product at the lowest possible price. The scaffold frames are heavy-duty and made with high-carbon steel so that they do not easily bend if dropped or if something runs into them. We also make our scaffold frames from virgin steel and not recycled steel like some of our low cost competitors do. Our scaffolding is designed to hold up on commercial projects, withstand large weight loads and last over the course of many jobs.
Stay Safe! Please refer to OSHA guidelines when erecting and using any construction scaffolding products. You can find general scaffolding safety requirements at https://www.osha.gov/etools/scaffolding/supported/frame