Scaffold Staircase Systems – Haki & Layher
The Scaffolding Express company can provide many different types of Haki and scaffold staircase systems for site and pedestrian usage and we also provide fully trained operatives experienced in the installation of temporary staircases.
The type of stair case used on most building sites is a Haki system that has adjustable feet and various lengths and heights from 1.5m to 2m to make sure the stairs are erected to the correct levels for accessing floor and scaffolding levels. This system also includes handrails for edge protection and if needed toe boards.
The type of stairs used for pedestrian walkways for scenarios like a substitute fire exit is a Layher type stair case and this is an aluminum stair system which also has extra width treads to comply with the rules and regulations set out by the highways agency for the public. These types of tower scaffold staircase can also be built to any height and anything above 10m will need to be tied into the building using a hilti type fixing or physical ties using traditional tube and fittings.
We are fully trained and approved scaffold stairs installers and have worked closely with the highways agency providing pedestrian and public staircases for projects such as temporary bridges across the A27 when the new walkway and bridge was constructed. We have also provided staircases for main contractors working in partnership with Sussex County Council renewing existing concrete staircases to school buildings around the area with us also providing the temporary accessing.
If required these types of solutions can also be supplied and erected for indoor works whether you need entry to the first and second floor on a construction site or temporary access whilst your existing staircase is being renewed or renovated.
There are many different scenarios this system can be of use with and for a free site visit with competent and professional advice on the best resolution please contact us.