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2016 12 in W x 16 ft L Stage


Performance Overview

Side Rail LengthPlatform WidthLoad Capacity
16 ft12 in250 lbs

Aluminum decorator plank is twist proof and designed for one person use with a 250 pound load rating. Slip-resistant decking minimizes paint or material build up. The stage is 12 in wide and 16 ft long and has vinyl coated end caps.




Features

  • Individual slip-resistant decking minimizes paint or material build-up
  • Vinyl-coated end caps serve as hand grips and protect from sharp edges and surface marks
  • 1-Person - 250 lbs Rated


Specifications

FeatureSize / Details
Side Rail Length16 ft
Platform Width12 in
Load Capacity250 lbs
CertificationsANSI A10.8 (2001); OSHA
Approx. Cu. Ft. Per Unit5.28
Approx. Shipping Weight Lbs.48




Package Contents

Part NumberQtyDescription

Dimensions

FeatureSize
Side Rail Depth4 in
Side Rail Flange1-3/8 in


Additional 2000 Series Models

Model No.Side Rail LengthApprox. Cu. Ft. Per UnitApprox. Shipping Weight Lbs. Buy Online
20088 ft2.6425
201212 ft3.9636
201616 ft5.2848
202020 ft6.665
202424 ft7.9278


WHAT IS THE DEPT OF THE SIDE RAIL?

Asked by: Anonymous
The 2016 Plank has a 4 inch side rail depth.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2013-11-04

What is the deflection of a 2016 in the center?

What is the deflection distance of a 2016 when supported the recommended 12" from each end and loaded with 250# in the center?
Asked by: Anonymous
The maximum deflection depends on the load applied. We test to UL1322. The maximum deflection of this model in the center with a 250lb load applied is almost 14”.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2014-10-03

Is the 2016 Stage just a weight-derated 2316 Stage?

Given that the sizes [12"W X 16'L X 4"H] are the same, AND that the WEIGHT is the same [48 lbs]; it seems that all of the extrusions [and their cross-sections] must be exactly the same for both of these products. In other words, are they the exact same product [except for weight-rating]; or is some additional forming of material done, which increases the weight-carrying-capacity [without increasing the actual weight of the product]? If further-formed, please describe.
Asked by: Anonymous
While many products often use a standardized component during manufacturing, and the products may look similar, not all products are tested and rated to the same OSHA standards. Per OSHA, a product is labeled and rated for the specific standards which they are tested to. The products may have similar appearances, but each is rated based on the testing capabilities.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2016-11-05

Mounting this to I-beams

I want to mount this to (2) I- beams. How much overhang is allowed. What is best way to mount them?
Asked by: Anonymous
All aluminum planks should be supported a minimum of 12 inches and a maximum of 18 inches on each end. Planks should be secured to the supports using U-Bolts or other suitable means. Tie-offs or guy wires are recommended to support the plank to prevent tipping.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2016-01-19

What are the weights per linear foot of the stages?

Specifically 2012, 2612, 2616, 2624
Asked by: Anonymous
Weight limit for 2012 is 250 lbs. evenly distributed. Weight limit for 2612, 2616, and 2624 is 500 lbs. evenly distributed. Weights per linear foot is not available.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2016-12-02

Can this plank be used with two double stepladders to make a temporary scaffold?

Asked by: Anonymous
Scaffolding planks may be used in conjunction with step ladders as explained by OSHA standards. Two step ladders shall be set up, with the scaffolding plank secured between the two ladders. Please refer to the guidelines for specifics on how to set up, secure, and use the scaffolding system.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2013-12-13

Warranty / replacement part?

I currently own this pick which I purchased last year. One of the end handles has since broken/snapped. Is this covered under warranty? If not, how do I go about ordering a replacement part? Thank you in advance for your timely response.
Asked by: Anonymous
The replacement part you require is a 50-8. Please note this item is a special order item for most distributors. Please visit our website at www.wernerco.com and utilize our distributor locator to identify the nearest distributors in your area.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2013-10-22

Can I store this in an area that will get rained on when I am not using it?

Asked by: Anonymous
Never store material on planks. Always keep planks free of foreign material. Do not permit oil, grease, or slippery material to accumulate on climbing or gripping surfaces. Our planks are made of aluminum, they are also made to be used outside, rain will not hurt them.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2016-05-20

Is the 2020 suitable for a work bench or are the actual work-bench benches a different product?

Asked by: Anonymous
On the pump jack system, the work bench is the component that holds the stage such as the 2020. The stage itself rest on a work bench located by each pole. The 2020 is a suitable stage to use on the work bench.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2015-03-09

Connecting Planks

Are the 2000 series planks able to be joined through the handles end to end? I see that you have a "nestable" stage that is intended for this, but is the same connection possible with a 2000 series plank? What are the differences between these two planks? Thank You
Asked by: Anonymous
They 2000 series planks are not joined by the handles end to end, like the nestable stages. That is the difference between the two planks,.
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2016-10-12
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