Scaffolding Association members, RhinoDeck have launched their new Rhino IMPACT decking system, which is a solid, strong, sturdy working platform that looks and feels like a tradition scaffold birdcage but has the same advantages of a high speed, tool-free decking system.
It is highly affordable, enabling those that invest to quickly see a return on their investment.
Rhino IMPACT uses the same frame and components as the Rhino ORIGINAL system (which is still available) but instead of the steel mesh panel it uses a new deck panel constructed from regular scaffold boards which are cut down to 1265mm and bolted together with steel plates.
A three board panel is a 13ft scaffold board cut exactly into three lengths.
Key benefits include: tool-free installation;
- No need for trained scaffolders
- Fully loadable to the same level as a scaffold birdcage
- 100% free-standing
- highly versatile with minimal components and very
- Few overlap panels
- Swap and upgrade components between Rhino IMPACT and ORIGINAL without significant extra cost.
Rhino IMPACT has a patent pending, and is one of a number of major product releases from RhinoDeck Ltd planned for 2021.
RhinoDeck invited 3 experienced Ducker & Young scaffolders to compete with 2 decking installers to erect a birdcage in a 40m2 regular house type, demonstrating a 50% saving in labour time.
You can see the video here:
FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: RhinoDeck’s website here.
This article was originally featured in the 15th printed edition of AccessPoint, you can read the full magazine online by clicking below;