Aluminum scaffolding is an aerial work tool. The height of a scaffold is where is it calculated from where?
In general, the height of aluminum scaffolding can be divided into three parts: platform height, working height and tower height.
Platform height: refers to the height of the ground to the work platform board (the platform board that the staff needs to stand).
Working height: refers to the height of the position that the hand needs to touch when the construction worker works, which is generally higher than the height of the platform by 2 meters.
Tower height: refers to the total height of the built aluminum scaffolding (the highest point of the caster to the aluminum scaffold).
These three heights have a fixed relationship: (highest) working height > tower height > platform height. Therefore, customers should be clear about their requirements for these three heights when purchasing aluminum scaffolding in order to choose the product that suits them best.