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4201-23 Wide Span 23 ft H x 6 ft L Platform Scaffold Tower


Performance Overview

Tower StyleLoad Capacity/sq. ft.MaterialPlatform HeightPlatform WidthPlatform Length
Wide Span25 lbsAluminum23 ft4 ft 6 in6 ft

The 4200-23 series aluminum scaffold towers offer 6 ft, 8 ft, or 10 ft length platforms that are 4-1/2 ft wide, and 23 ft maximum platform height. Load capacity is 25 lbs per square foot or 500 lbs maximum per deck and 1,000 lbs maximum per 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 StyleWide Span
Load Capacity/sq. ft.25 lbs
Load Capacity/Deck500 lbs
Load Capacity/Scaffold1,000 lbs
MaterialAluminum
CertificationsANSI A10.8 (2001)
Approx. Cu. Ft. Per Unit209.27
Approx. Shipping Wt. Lbs.695




Package Contents

Part NumberQtyDescription
BD-617BD-6 6 ft Diagonal Brace - Scaffold
BH-612BH-6 6 ft Horizontal Brace - Scaffold
BOR-W4BOR-W Wide Span Outrigger Brace - Scaffold
BW-64BW-6 Wide Span 6 ft Horizontal-Diagonal Brace - Scaffold
FRO4FRO Rolling Outrigger Frame - Scaffold
FWB-802FWB-80 Wide Span Base End Frame - Scaffold
FWU-656FWU-65 Wide Span 5-1/2 ft H Upper End Frame - Scaffold
P22W-62P22W-6 6 ft Scaffold Board
PD22W-62PD22W-6 22 in Wood Scaffold Deck with Access Door - 6 ft Board
TW4A-6U2TW4A-6U Wide Span Scaffold Toe Board Assembly, 6 ft

Dimensions

FeatureSize
Platform Height23 ft
Total Tower Height26 ft 4 in
Platform Width4 ft 6 in
Total Width10 ft 10 in
Platform Length6 ft
Total Length10 ft 10 in


Additional 4200-23 Series Models

Model No.Approx. Cu. Ft. Per UnitApprox. Shipping Wt. Lbs.
4201-23209.27695
4202-23251.98778
4203-23294.69862


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4201-23 Wide Span 23 ft H x 6 ft L Platform Scaffold Tower
 
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What is the proper way to access the scaffold?

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OSHA/ANSI state that one should not climb the scaffold braces or guardrails. On this product, is it correct to climb on the interior of the unit?
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When accessing the platforms on the scaffold towards, use the outside frame for access. Climb through or over the top of the frame for access to the platform. Maintain a firm grip while climbing. Do not swing around outside as you may tip the scaffold.
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The caster have breaker? .

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The caster have breaker? How Can I get the handBook in original not a copy because it will be for goverment they not accept a copy
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The caster do have a break.

Please contact our Customer Care Department when convenient at 888-523-3370 Monday through Friday 8 AM till 5 PM EST for further details on your issue and/or question.
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is folding base?

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Please Could you confirm if this SKU is folding base?
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The base of this tower is not a folding base.
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