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Series SNB SNAP-UP® Narrow Span Folding Scaffolds

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The SNB SNAP-UP series scaffolds simplify scaffold base construction. Braces are attached to endframes, making assembly of this base unit quick and easy. Available in either 6 ft or 8 ft length, these narrow span (29 in) aluminum scaffolds have load capacity of 25 lbs. per square foot or 500 lbs. maximum per deck and scaffold.

Features

    Performance Overview

    Table DescriptionTower StyleSection StylePlatform LengthLoad Capacity/Scaffold
    Snap-Up 6 ft 6 in to 7 ft 6 in ScaffoldNarrow SpanSnap-Up 6 ft -- 8 ft 500 lbs

    Dimensions

    Specifications

    Model No.LengthPlatform LengthApprox. Shipping Weight Lbs.Approx. Cu. Ft. Per Unit Buy Online
    SNB-6U6 ft6 ft12710.66
    SNB-8U8 ft8 ft13914.21


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