Save time and money on masonry cost by using the right type of scaffolding for the job.
Normally, frames make you stop working about 3 times on a 14-foot wall. That is probably around 10 blocks per mason lost whenever they stop. And that is 30 blocks for 3 stops. Let us say you have 4 masons working, that is 1about 20 blocks per day lost. Are you willing to throw away that much time and money simply because of scaffolding adjustments? How about if there is a way to speed up work or lessen the stops? I’m sure as a project owner or manager, that you would be pleased to use it.
Non-Stop WORKHORSE scaffolding is jacked up in 1-3/4 inch increments with a jack handle that is moved from tower to tower. The long stroke on the handle gives you plenty of leverage to jack the platform when loaded with materials. To lower the scaffolding, simply raise the holding dog and “click” it down 1-3/4 inches at a time. The holding dog is a foolproof escapement mechanism. In addition, there is an inertial safety catch on the carriage.
Check out the video and the image to see non-stop WORKHORSE in action: