ShoringScaffolding Accessories: Shoring

The versatility of the Adjust-A-Shore System saves money in several ways. There is no need for odd-sized frames and braces to be inventoried, sorted and transported. The extension frame, which telescopes into the base frame, and rests on the shore pins, may be fully extended (up to 5′) without diminishing the 11,000 lbs. per leg (22,000 lbs. per frame) load capacity. This eliminates the necessity of considering decreased capacity due to shoring elevations or auxiliary lateral bracing. The extra capacity of Adjust-A-Shore reduces the number of towers needed. Engineering and supervision costs are reduced. On-site shoring layouts do not need to be revised if it is decided to erect the shoring before the support slabs are in place.

No odd sized frames or cross braces = Simplicity!

Shoring, no odd sized frames or cross braces means simplicity!

Job superintendents do not have to be concerned about combining odd sized frames and cross assemblies to reach the desired shoring elevations. Final elevation adjustments are made with the screwjacks and extension frames at the top of the tower.

Shoring - components fit together securely and easily!

The components fit together securely and easily – cross braces attach to the Quick Locks on the base frames. The diagonal gooser braces, which attach to the horizontal members of the frames, have spring actuated slides.

Shoring: diagonal gooser braces, which attach<br />
             to the horizontal members of the frames, have spring actuated slides.

If there is anything we can help or advise you on don’t hesitate to¬†contact a Rolls representative. Our goal is to assist you in getting your job done safely and economically.

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