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Scaffolding Tower Outriggers

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Support brackets for the Trade Tested 3.5m or 5.25m scaffolding tower. Brackets provide maximum stability and superior safety.

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Product overview

Support brackets for the Trade Tested 3.5m or 5.25m scaffolding tower. Brackets provide maximum stability and superior safety.

All parts are manufactured from hot dipped galvanised steel.

The scaffold frames are 42.7mm diameter with 2.0mm thick steel.

Comes with a 2 year warranty.

- Galvanized steel
- 600mm base plate and ground safety support bracket x 4
- Ready to assemble and attach to our 3.5m or 5.25m scaffolding tower

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  • 3.5
Outriggers

A must for the 3.5m tower if used to full height or on uneven ground.

Shaneos Taranaki
Outriggers

Purchased along with 3.5 metre scaffolding tower. Excellent product. Makes it perfectly safe for use outside, particularly on uneven ground.

Noel Hamilton
Outriggers

A must for scaffolding you can't secure on whatever you're working on.

Mightycowlover Auckland
Useful addition to the scaffolding tower.

Initially I bought a 3.5 m tower without outriggers. Later I decided to buy outriggers to make the construction more stable. And for piece of mind :). Easy to install, convenient.

Dmitry G Auckland
Important add on

Solid construction, easy to assemble. I bought this with the 3.5 metre scaffolding tower to ensure maximum stability.

Jon Waikato