The lightest Scaffold plank is made from Aluminum , which allows it to be constructed very quickly and easily. Scaffolding planks are sometimes made from aluminum that is used to support workers and supplies during the construction of buildings and other large structures. Although there are different varieties of scaffolding planks, it usually consists of a modular system of metal pipes with large Planks used as working surfaces. Scaffolding Planks are a very sturdy product and have a variety of uses to help support structure In addition to the weight it is also very strong and is ideal for contractor sites that require heavy duty equipment. Scaffolding planks can often hold 700 pounds and has many uses in the industrial field most adaptable is wood.
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Definitions of a Scaffold Plank
One of the boards that form the work floor on a Scaffold System.Plank is a piece of lumber that is flat, elongated and rectangular, with parallel faces, higher or longer than wide, used in woodworking and the construction of ships, houses, bridges and other structures. Planks are usually made from sawn lumber more than 38 mm thick, and are generally wider than 63 mm If the width is less than 63 mm and the thickness less than 38 mm is called board. Common in the USA planks are usually a minimum of a two inch by eight inch more commonly are two by ten or two by twelve normally stocked in a wood retailer. Planks are commonly used as a work surface on pipe scaffolding generally Di-65 Grade therefore need to be wide enough to provide strength without breaking.