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SafeTower mobile scaffold
SafeTower mobile scaffold
February 22, 2014 9:20 AM CST

SafeTower mobile scaffold for all heights

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The SafeTower mobile scaffold with the QuiXSafe meets the growing need for safe working at all heights. The QuiXSafe is a system with a retractable, ergonomic brace that enables the mobile scaffold to be assembled from the inside, out. That makes it safer to assemble than conventional scaffolds. In addition, the integrated ladder system provides access and freedom of movement between levels. And, the closed, flat design of the brace clamps keeps them from falling over and causing damage.

With the QuiXSafe, diagonal braces are a thing of the past. No matter the desired work height, four horizontal braces are all you need. By integrating stairs into the vertical frame, XSPlatforms makes moving between levels safe and fast.

The SafeTower is TüV certified and exceeds safety standard EN 1004:2005. The mobile scaffold provides greater stability with fewer parts. It delivers on the XSPlatforms quality guarantee. Besides offering an immediate safety solution that prevents falls from height, the SafeTower also guarantees safety in the long term, by preventing physical overexertion. SafeTower prevents physical strain through its simplified assembly method and integrated ladder.

For more Information, visit www.safescaffold.com.

Originally published in Masonry magazine.


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