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Scaffold Manufacturing & Repair Melbourne Geelong Adelaide

Being well established in the rental and erection business of scaffolding, Access Scaffolding brings experience as a user of scaffold products into the manufacturing business. We know all the concerns that being a scaffold dealer or contractor must deal with: quality, competitiveness and a sound business relationship.

We manufacture a dependable, high quality range of Aluminium 440 Series Scaffolding and is available at competitive prices. The durable lightweight design of the Access 440 Series Scaffolding is superior to our competitors in many ways...

  • Quick & easy to assemble
  • High grade aluminium tube - impact resistant and safer under load
  • 2.6mm wall thickness - additional strength, longevity and robustness
  • 48mm outside diameter tube - compatible with most scaffold couplers
  • Adjustable and lockable castors
  • Less deflection - longer product life (in excess of 10 years)
  • Riveted fittings - for ease of replacement
  • Platforms - are lightweight, non-slip plywood and are resin coated to withstand water damage. We supply a catch on trap doors to ensure it remains closed when erecting and dismantling.
  • Australian made graspers - with spring loaded, quick release mechanism which can be easily replaced if they become damaged or worn.

Scaffold Refurbishment Melbourne Geelong Adelaide

We will repair existing frames and braces, castors or supply new components or fabricate to match your existing system.

Check out our engineering certificates and supporting documentation by click on the Documentation tab

Access Scaffolding dedicated manufacturing and repair depot is located at: 1 Hillside Street, Springvale 3171

Call us now for a free estimate
P: 1300 133 922
F: (03) 9547 8889
E: enquiries@accessscaffolds.com.au

Manufactured in Australia from Australian metal - creates local economic development, jobs and a better future for all Australians.

For a product to be 'Australian Made' there are some key criteria that must be met as defined by Australian Consumer Law. The main criterion is that the product must have undergone substantial transformation within Australia. You can find out more in the Australian Made Code of Practice.