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Light Access Scaffolding Assembly and Use Manual WARNING: This booklet contains important safety information which must be read, understood, and followed by ALL workers on and around the tower. Failure to do so could cause serious injury or death. IMPORTANT : Read this manual all the way through before assembling, using, or dismantling Light Access Scaffolding, also know as The Light Bulb Scaffold System. If there is anything you don’t understand, call 800-845-0845 for assistance. OVERVIEW Light Access Scaffolding features a special Spanner Kit that supports the tower. Four legs support the Spanner Kit. They can be individually adjusted up and down a total of 60 inches, in 1/2- inch increments, to make up for uneven floor elevations (see photo at right). Special scaffold frames are built on top of the Spanner Kit to reach the work. 5-foot aluminum planks are laid in place as needed on the frames. Guardrails are provided for the work platform. Workers on and around the scaffold should wear hardhats for protection from falling objects. US Patent 8,640,827 Understanding the Spanner Kit (Refer to the Parts Diagram on page 4) 1 . The Frame Beams always sit on top of the Main Beams (the beams with the nuts welded on one side). The Adjustable Legs always go in the sockets on the 2 . In the picture above, the spacing is set at 6’-0”. The nuts on the Main Beams are facing inside. The short pieces of tubing welded to the Frame Beams are on the outside of the Main Beams. In the picture below, the right-hand Main Beam has been turned so the nuts face outside. It is placed on the right side of the short pieces of tubing. This is a 6’-6” spacing. 3 . In the picture below, both Main Beams are turned so the nuts face outward. The short pieces of tubing on the Frame Beams are on the inside. This is a 7’-0” spacing. Use it whenever you can. 4 . The two pictures below were taken from the side. The Frame Beams are usually centered on the Main Beams, but they can be offset if you need to get next to a wall. 5 . Now that you’re familiar with how the Beams go together, we’ll look at actual assembly in a situation where one side will be higher than the other, like in a church balcony or a theater with stadium seating.
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