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ZARGES launch new Reachmaster mobile scaffold tower

21 May 2015

Reachmaster is a robust, easy to use mobile scaffold tower, that is suitable for a whole range of jobs, from working on low ceilings or decorating internal walls, to maintaining the outside of tall buildings

Available from April 2015, Reachmaster comes with all the quality and manufacturing excellence associated with ZARGES, and offers excellent ‘value-for-money’ for scaffold tower users.

Reachmaster offers more working heights than virtually any other aluminium scaffold tower in its class, from 2.5m to 8.5m, so no job will ever be out of reach.

Setting up the Reachmaster is made easy, thanks to its folding base frame, which can be wheeled into position even when it’s closed. Opening out the base frame and locking the folding gate is quick and easy. Braces snap into place and are colour coded for identification.

Unlike many scaffold towers, Reachmaster™ includes a folding base frame (measuring 1900mm x 960mm x 360mm when closed), making it compact enough to store and transport easily.

With its robust 50mm diameter frames and braces, as well as strong aluminium spigots that are designed to withstand rigorous use, Reachmaster™ is more than a match for any environment.
Reachmaster™ is certified to EN 1004 Class 3, has a safe working load of 210 kg and is erected using the recommended ‘through-the-trap’ (3T) method.

For more information, please visit our website or call 01908 641118.

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