Production

Highest quality

We produce all of our scaffolding parts from Nordic spruce. This wood grows with a very fine grain and is therefore highly resistant to decomposition and breakage due to loading. The elasticity modulus is much higher than that of central European spruce. The planed raw timber is subjected to mechanical vibration testing in accordance with DIN/EN 14081 or DIN 4074 prior to bonding, in order to ensure its load bearing capacity. In this way we guarantee assured compliance with the required load values of the scaffolding panels. Our sorting machine has the test number 0769-CPD-6047. The test procedure is carried out by TH Karlsruhe, VMPA. Certification verifying the suitability of our company's operations is available to download (under information/ references). Our bonding processes take place in accordance with the specifications of DIN 1052. Our production is assessed by the Materials Testing Laboratory of the University of Stuttgart. Our glue approval certificate C is available to download (under information/ references).

 

Sustainability

Timber is a re-growing resource, which absorbs CO2. In our production processes we use timber from sustainable forestry exclusively, certified by the FSC. The use of this re-growing raw material preserves the environment and the production process utilises just a fraction of the energy required for example in the manufacture of a steel scaffolding deck or even an aluminium scaffolding deck. We use a PUR adhesive for our bonding processes, which is entirely emissions-free. In addition to the ecological advantages, scaffolding decks from timber are highly popular amongst construction workers due to their extremely smooth and warm surface, which permits working whilst seated or kneeling in comfort.

 

Advantages of timber scaffholding decks

In addition to the ecological advantages, scaffolding decks from timber are highly popular amongst construction workers due to their extremely smooth and warm surface, which permits working whilst seated or kneeling in comfort. Additionally, timber scaffolding decks are torsion-free and lighter than steel decks.

 
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