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4102 Narrow Span 6 ft 6in to 7 ft 6in H x 8 ft L Adjustable Scaffold Base Section

Performance Overview

Table DescriptionTower StyleSection StylePlatform Length
6 ft 6 in to 7 ft 6 in High Adjustable Base SectionNarrow SpanBase section8 ft

Series 4100 narrow span (29 in) scaffolding sections include base, upper, and guard rail sections, in 6 ft, 8 ft, and 10 ft lengths. Additional Werner scaffold sections and components can be added for maximum flexibility.


  • Aluminum scaffold sections are easy and convenient to order
  • Enables user to easily add to an existing scaffold tower


FeatureSize / Details
Table Description6 ft 6 in to 7 ft 6 in High Adjustable Base Section
Platform Length8 ft
Platform Width22 in
Length8 ft
Width29 in
Load Capacity/Scaffold500 lbs
CertificationsANSI A10.8 (2001)
Approx. Shipping Weight Lbs.133
Approx. Cu. Ft. Per Unit26.5

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Additional 4100 Series Models

Model No.Table DescriptionPlatform LengthLengthApprox. Shipping Weight Lbs.Approx. Cu. Ft. Per Unit Buy Online
41016 ft 6 in to 7 ft 6 in High Adjustable Base Section6 ft6 ft12120.89
41026 ft 6 in to 7 ft 6 in High Adjustable Base Section8 ft8 ft13326.5
41036 ft 6 in to 7 ft 6 in High Adjustable Base Section10 ft10 ft14532.17
41045-1/2 ft High Upper Section6 ft6 ft5320.89
41055-1/2 ft High Upper Section8 ft8 ft5826.5
41065-1/2 ft High Upper Section10 ft10 ft6232.17
41074 ft High Upper Section6 ft6 ft4720.89
41084 ft High Upper Section8 ft8 ft5126.5
41094 ft High Upper Section10 ft10 ft5532.17
41103-1/2 ft High Guard Rails6 ft6 ft4420.89
41113-1/2 ft High Guard Rails8 ft8 ft4826.5
41123-1/2 ft High Guard Rails10 ft10 ft5232.17
41276-3/4 ft High Upper Section6 ft6 ft6020.89
41286-3/4 ft High Upper Section8 ft8 ft6526.26
41296-3/4 ft High Upper Section10 ft10 ft6831.03

Scaffold doesn't seem sturdy?

My brand new 4100 series is definitely solid, but it doesn't feel 'safe'. When set up and locked into place it will still move/sway a small distance end-to-end and side-to-side before the supports stop it. Is there any way to remove this 'slop' or excess movement.
Asked by: Anonymous
When the scaffolding towers are assembled, there is a small amount of movement within the components. This small amount of play allows for the scaffold components to be assembled. Be sure all connectors are securely fastened and attached in the correct location per the instructions. If outriggers are being used be sure all outriggers are firmly on the ground to stabilize the scaffold. If the scaffold is moved, all legs and outriggers should be readjusted to ensure the scaffold is still level.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2014-05-15

Staircase setup

I am looking for a small scaffold that can be set up on a staircase, which means a height variance in the legs of 42" or more, depending on the length. Can this be achieved with this scaffold, and could a handrail be provided?
Asked by: Anonymous
We do not manufacture a scaffold that can be used on stairs. We do manufacture the M1A ladder which can be used as a stairway scaffold. You can view this ladder at www.wernerco.com.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2015-02-12

I am a female homeowner, concerned about weight, ease of assemble and safety. Is this product a good match for a DYI type like myself?

Asked by: Anonymous
The Aluminum Scaffolding Tower does provide a light weight, easy to assemble option for providing a work platform. Each component is assembled individually to create the tower section. Depending on the necessary work height, additional sections can be added to reach the desired height.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2015-09-22

What is the max height that can be assembled without the reqirement of a professional engineer?

Ceiling height is 20' What model is recommended? What is the best and safest type acess?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Scaffolding Towers can reach a maximum height of 40 feet when fully assembled with the outriggers included. The rung platforms on the end rails are spaced 16 inches apart, for height adjustability. The 4100-18 series scaffolding has a maximum platform height of 18 feet.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2014-05-06

Do you have instructions on how to swap the casters for the 41-1 swivel base plates?

Asked by: Anonymous
We do not
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2017-06-12

What is the maximum safe height that can be reached with your narrow scaffolding?

I need to reach 43' from a base area that is less than 4 feet wide. There will be minimal room to maneuver. Your previous answer to a similar question was ambiguous. Can this height with your narrow scaffolding be reached safely? Thanks You
Asked by: Anonymous
The maximum allowable height for a scaffolding platform is varied based on the nominal base section dimension and local codes. Most states permit a maximum scaffold platform height not more than 4 times the smaller base dimension of the scaffold or outriggers, while some only permit 3 times. The type of outriggers used can affect the overall height as well, as different outriggers have a larger span. The narrow span scaffolds, in combination with the roller outriggers the maximum platform height is 38 feet.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2016-11-22

I cannot find weight capacities on any of the scaffolding. What are the capacities for the 6', 8' and 10' ?

Asked by: Anonymous
The scaffolding towers are rated at 25 punds per square foot or 500 pounds maximum.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2015-07-24

From what type of aluminum are the scaffold units manufactured?

Asked by: Anonymous
The Aluminum Scaffolds are made from aluminum grade 6036-T6.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2013-10-22

my locking collars are seized from leaving the scaffolding out in the weather. How do you recommend I free them up so I can adjust the caster height?

4100 10 foot scaffold. Locking collets frozen tight cannot turn the caster supports to adjust height.
Asked by: Anonymous
Please contact our customer care department at 888-523-3370 Monday through Friday 8 AM till 5 PM EST to inquire about the technical assistance you are seeking.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2017-05-29

you mention the decking for the scaffold is going to be made of wood. Can the decking be removed and replaced with a differnt material?

do you have alternate material then wood decking? can we remove the wood decking and replace it with something else?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately no. The only decking that we manufacture for the 4100 scaffolding is wood.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2015-05-06
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Height is referring to the actual ladder height. Extension ladders should be 7 to 10 feet longer than the highest support or contact point, which may be the wall or roof line. The highest standing level is four rungs down from the top. The highest permitted standing level on a stepladder is two steps down from the top.

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