We’re very excited to announce that we are partnering with Layher Australia, the Scaffolding System with More Possibilities.
Layher is the world’s leading manufacturer of scaffolding and temporary works solutions. They supply equipment to the residential, commercial, industrial, infrastructure and event industries.
Layher goes to considerable effort to develop products that are lighter, faster and stronger. Ultimately this saves your business time and money. Likewise, Layher sets the standard for innovation and excellence.
In an increasingly quality and cost-conscious market, Layher strive to develop and advance scaffolding technology. This ensures that they offer the most competitive product and service portfolio available today.
We’re excited to be partnering with this amazing and historic scaffolding company, founded in 1945 and whose name has always embodied innovation, quality and reliability in our industry.
The high-strength, multipurpose aluminium TwixBeam from Layher – consisting of two bolted aluminium U-sections with a height of 200mm – has a wide range of possible uses, for wide-span work platforms, support beams, suspended scaffolding or projecting structures. The TwixBeam is available in lengths from 0.80 m to 6.60 m. The beam is characterised by high load-bearing capacity yet low weight.
There are many matching expansion parts available for the aluminium TwixBeam: The swivelling spindle is inserted into the 52 mm-wide intermediate area of the beam and pinned in place. It can be used as a head jack or base plate.
Standard or suspended structures can be built by passing through an Allround standard or the swivelling spindle. The spindle strut (patent pending) permits stiffening or bracing of various structures – it can transmit tensile and compressive forces. Beam connector and insertion beam complete the system for adaptability to all site conditions and contours.
Aluminium as the material ensures easier assembly and dismantling of the beam. The bolted structure permits dismantling of the beam for different applications while ensuring that the material retains its maximum loading capacities and is not weakened by welding.