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4103-23 Narrow Span 23 ft H x 10 ft L Platform Scaffold Tower


Performance Overview

Tower StyleLoad Capacity/sq. ft.Platform HeightPlatform WidthPlatform Length
Narrow Span25 lbs23 ft2 ft 5 in10 ft

The 4100-23 series aluminum scaffold towers offer 6 ft, 8 ft, or 10 ft length platforms that are 29 in wide, and 23 ft maximum platform height. Load capacity is 25 lbs per square foot or 500 lbs maximum per deck and scaffold. Additional Werner scaffold sections and components can be added to the tower for maximum flexibility.




Features

  • Simplified ordering--order one model number and receive everything needed to build a complete tower
  • Takes the guesswork out of what is required to meet code
  • Ideal for schools, hospitals and building maintenance
  • Includes guard rails, toeboards, and planks with access door that allows end users to climb from inside. 23ft Towers include additional fixed board (no access door)
  • Outriggers included


Specifications

FeatureSize / Details
Tower StyleNarrow Span
Platform Height23 ft
Platform Width2 ft 5 in
Platform Length10 ft
Load Capacity/sq. ft.25 lbs
Load Capacity/Deck500 lbs
Load Capacity/Scaffold500 lbs
MaterialAluminum
CertificationsANSI A10.8 (2001)
Total Tower Height26 ft 4 in
Approx. Cu. Ft. Per Unit256.43
Approx. Shipping Weight Lbs.514.5




Package Contents

Part NumberQtyDescription
BD-109BD-10 10 ft Diagonal Brace - Scaffold
BH-1012BH-10 10 ft Horizontal Brace - Scaffold
BN-104BN-10 10 ft Narrow Span Horizontal-Diagonal Brace - Scaffold
BOR-N4BOR-N Narrow Span Outrigger Brace - Scaffold
FNB-802FNB-80 Narrow Span Base End Frame - Scaffold
FNU-656FNU-65 5-1/2 ft H Narrow Span Upper End Frame - Scaffold
FRO4FRO Rolling Outrigger Frame - Scaffold
PD22W-102PD22W-10 22 in Wood Scaffold Deck with Access Door - 10 ft Board
TN4A-10U2TN4A-10U Narrow Span Scaffold Toe Board Assembly, 10 ft

Dimensions

FeatureSize
Platform Height23 ft
Total Tower Height26 ft 4 in
Platform Width2 ft 5 in
Platform Length10 ft
Total Length13 ft 6 in


Additional 4100-23 Series Models

Model No.Platform LengthApprox. Cu. Ft. Per UnitApprox. Shipping Weight Lbs.Buy Online
4101-236 ft175.39451
4102-238 ft219.24489
4103-2310 ft256.43514.5


are screw Jacks available and able to use with this tower

Asked by: bamabear
We do not manufacture screw jacks and cannot recommend using them on our products for safety purposes.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2017-06-21

Parts list and diagram for 4103-23

Where can I get a parts list and diagram of the 4103-23 scaffold. We lost ours or never got one. It would make it easier to assemble the equipment.
Asked by: Bo
Please contact customer care @ 888-523-3370.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2014-09-25

If the outriggers do not fit in a tight area, can the scaffold be tied back if tied back appropriately?

Asked by: Adam
Please contact our customer care department at 888-523-3370 Monday through Friday 8 AM till 5 PM EST to inquire about the assistance you are seeking.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2016-11-01

can this be put together by 1 person?

Asked by: Anonymous
The aluminum scaffold towers can be assembled by one person. The components snap together using a spring loaded locking clasp. While the tower can be assembled by one person, it would be easier and more efficient to be assembled by more than one person.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2013-10-22

Can the base horizontal braces be moved three feet up in order to clear church pews?

One of the tasks I do is underneath church pews. Can the base horizontal braces be moved just above pew height?
Asked by: James Lea
Unfortunately no. The brace cannot be moved to a different height. This would affect the integrity of the scaffold.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2017-06-21

Do the outriggers go out at an angle from the base?

I am looking for scaffolding that can be used between church pews (which are bolted into the floor) for changing light bulbs in the chandeliers. I need the ends to be at 6 feet from one another, no longer. I also need the base to be able to clear the tops of the pews, which are 36" in height.
Asked by: Fr. Ben
The narrow span towers have out riggers that should be used when climbing the scaffold to provide the scaffold with a wider footprint for stability on the scaffold. The outriggers are angled outwards from each corner of the scaffolding tower. The base section of the scaffold tower has support braces that will secure the base end frames together when weight is applied to the frame.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2017-06-21

How wide is the widest disassembled part?

I need scaffolding that will fit through a narrow opening and was wondering what the widest section is.
Asked by: Trevor
The base end frame on this tower would be 29" wide.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2017-06-21

do you have 40 foot multiple extension ladders?

We need to reach at least 40 feet, but be able to store the ladder in as small a space as possible.
Asked by: swampie777
The scaffolding towers have a maximum height of 40 feet. When using the tower, guardrails and outriggers are required to meet local codes. The scaffolding towers do break down into individual components for easy storage and transportation. When ready to use the tower, each component is assembled to make sections to erect the tower.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2013-12-02
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