Unquestionably Fast | Undoubtedly Versatile | Undeniably Safe
Used for creating pitched roofs and large spans.
Join two units together at the eaves to create
buildings or eliminate scaffolding. Separate ridge
tracks are attached using spring clips.
Specialist Series Beams
0.45m or 0.78m deep. Aluminium unit beams for
incorporation within any type of scaffolding. Large
spans are possible using in-line spigot jointed beams.
Beams are connected to scaffold standards using double
couplers. Connection at any point using standard
scaffold ittings. Simple spigot connection for beams.
Aligns, retains and seals track
joints all in one.
Used for joining beams together
and for securing ridge tracks.
Brace frame which connects the top members of
adjacent beam trusses in a fully-braced bay. The
ends have a special claw casting for simple ixing.
The casting includes a top track mounting button.
2.07m, 2.57m or 3.07m wide.
Braced bays 1 - in - 2 Braced bays 1 - in - 5
A UBIX® roof is built up from a combination of fullybraced
bays and inill bays. Fully-braced bays use
K-frames and diagonal braces to link the lattice beams,
stiffening the roof in all 3 planes. Inill bays are simply
linked with horizontal braces, without the need for
Braced bays are needed 1 in every 5 bays, plus a braced
bay at each gable end. Roofs erected by crane will
usually need to be braced 1 in every 2 bays, plus a
braced bay at each gable end.
Sheet Pulling Bar
Special sheet pulling bars with
roller wheels aid easy sheet
installations. Adjusts to all