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A scaffold is a valuable tool to have anytime working in an elevated place is necessary. With the help of scaffold, you can easily move from place to place while working on the project rather than needing to climb down a ladder and reposition it every time you need to move. The scaffold also increases your workspace, giving you room to maneuver when completing tasks from an elevated position.
Unfortunately, traditional scaffolding can be quite expensive, heavy and cumbersome to work with. The Metaltech ALU Series 6’ Aluminum Baker Scaffold offers a solution to all of these problems. Not only does it break down to take up very little space, but it can easily be assembled by just one person. Weighing just 90 pounds when assembled and measuring only 29.5 inches wide, it can also be easily rolled through doorways when moved from job to job.
Safe and suitable for all types of interior work, this scaffold can be easily stacked with up to two additional units to reach working heights of up to 18 feet. Each end of the scaffold can also be adjusted separately, allowing it to be used for both level surfaces and stairways. Meanwhile, the platform adjusts easily at 2 foot increments from heights ranging from 27 inches to 69.75 inches.
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