It is lightweight, sturdy and ideal to use in small spaces where other types of trestles cannot be used.
Two sizes are available giving a working height from 640mm up to 1300mm. This does not include the height of the timber boards.
- Weight - 4.5kg
- Dimensions Un-Extended - 500mm(W) x 500mm(L) x 750mm/880(H)
- Timber Board
- Place two tripod trestles at either end of the working area that’s need to be covered but not more than 2.7m apart.
- Adjust the trestle to the required height and secure the locking pin.
- Place a timber boards upright in the U bracket provided from one trestle to the other.
- Ensure the timber boards overlap between 50mm and 150mm over the ends of the U bracket.
- Do the same on the other side of the working area required.
- Now place timber boards next to each other across the trestles sets. They should be supported at least every 1.5m to obtain a safe working platform
- Never lean too far to one side to reach.
- Do not stack materials or step onto any unsupported end of a board or staging.
- Never do anything that involves applying a lot of side force. The trestle could topple over.
- The maximum safe working load of a scaffold board is 150 KG evenly spaced. The total weight of the user and tools must not exceed this.
- Never use steps, boxes etc. to gain extra height.
- Always set up the equipment on a firm, level, and nonslip surface. On soft ground, stand the equipment on boards to stop it sinking in.
- Have an able-bodied assistant to help lift the staging or boards into position.
Rigger gloves for hand protection.