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Workhorse Scaffolding

Stop Using 6-6 frames To Build Your Short Walls and Interior Partitions!

Turn All Your Short Walls Into MONEY WALLS with WORKHORSE

Go From Slab To Ceiling In One Shot, Without Stopping! And DOUBLE YOUR PROFIT!

 
Frames make you stop working about 3 times on a 14-foot wall. That's 10 blocks PER MASON lost whenever they stop (what's your unit cost?). That's 40 blocks for 3 stops. For 4 masons, that's 120 blocks per day lost. That's RIDICULOUS.

• Build Every Wall 6 to 22 Feet High At Least 25% Faster!
• Lightweight - 130 lbs - Moves By Hand. Roll It On Casters Inside.
• Easy To Access - Legal To Climb.
• Sets Up and Moves Faster Than Frames
Buy 100 Feet of WORKHORSE for 14-ft. walls for about $11,600.
• No-BS
Lifetime Guarantee.
• See Job Pictures.
• Download the WORKHORSE brochure here.


1. WORKHORSE goes in first, before you ever lay your first piece of material. NEVER run a wall scaffold-high and move. Why? Because every time you stop and move your men, you sacrifice about $200 in lost production (when the block stops, the money stops). Once they lay the first course on
WORKHORSE, they don't move untill the wall's topped-out! Every time you start a wall, you'll re-capture about $200 that's always been a built-in loss on frames.


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(Notice how the masons' walkboards are stored out of the way under the workbench so they're ready when he needs them. No more stopping production while the laborers walk all the boards in from the end. You simply pull out the walkboard support, slide the boards over, and keep working.)





2. When the wall gets scaffold-high, you simply move the boards over, and KEEP WORKING. On a 14-foot wall you will ELIMINATE 3 MORE STOPS to hop boards you would have to make on frames.

To get maximum production, the laborers should raise the scaffold every two courses of block, or every five courses of brick.

The Masons are always in their "sweet spot" laying the fastest with the least effort. That will double your profit.




(The jack handle moves from tower to tower and jacks the scaffold up in 1-3/4" increments like a truck jack. It lifts up the mason and his workbench together.)






3. Laborers can pass materials up to the masons' workbench from the ground. It's easy to throw mortar on the boards with a shovel.

The laborers can cover the masons' workbench up with materials b
efore it gets out of reach. Then they jack the scaffold up one last time before adding the Laborers Bracket.





MASONS STAND AS HIGH AS 8'-3" ON THE BASE TOWER ALONE, OR UP TO 12'-6" ON THE BASE PLUS AN EXTENSION.

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See it on the job.



WORKHORSE is easy to jack up, even when loaded with materials. Watch it here.





4. As soon as the workbench is too high to reach, the laborers add a snap-on laborers bracket that gives them 4 boards worth of material stocking area - 3 behind the tower, and 1 cut-board between the towers. They can land 300 brick, a mortar tub, or full pallets of block.

When the base scaffold is jacked up as high as it will go up, your masons' feet will be 8'-3" off the ground, making it easy to top-out a 12'-8" wall, maybe even 13'-4".

If you add a 4'-3" extension tower, you can put your masons' feet at 12'-6" to top-out about 17'-4".

You can add another extension if you really want to, it'll take your masons' feet up to 16'-9", but by then you should be using the Standard-Duty scaffold anyway.

Building walls this way will reduce your labor by at least 25%.
That will double your profit.

Workhorse will make you a lot of money. In fact,


If WORKHORSE doesn't pay for itself in 5 weeks, we'll buy it back.



In this close-up shot of the Laborers Bracket you can see the cut-board it gives you between the towers. With a total of 4 boards, the laborers can stock materials ahead and have room to walk around them. The cut-boards are the same length as all cut-boards used on Non-Stop scaffolding.

Workhorse sets up like all other Non-Stop. X-braced towers are 7 feet wide, and towers are spaced 7 feet apart with a straight brace. This gives you a braced bay, then an open bay, etc.

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Stock plenty of materials ahead with room to walk around them.











If you need them, all the Standard-Duty guardrail components can be used on Workhorse to meet all safety standards. However, using just the base unit, no one goes over 10 feet high.




















Interior block walls are money walls with Workhorse. Start out on the ground working right off the scaffold and NO ONE EVER MOVES until you top out.







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The workbench provides plenty of room for block or brick.






See more job pics.








When everything is at the perfect height - the wall, the materials, the mortar board - and they never have to stop, your masons fly. They put in 30% more units with NO MORE BACKACHES. That will double your profit.





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Call NOW for a quote on a starter package. 1-800-845-0845

Last Modified: June 16, 2011
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