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TG20 provides the definitive guidance for scaffolding constructed with tube and fittings throughout the UK. TG20:21 builds on TG20:13, and makes the eGuide software, Design Guide and Operational Guide available via the new NASC ePortal, on a subscription basis. The eGuide produces pdf compliance sheets, which now include more information and an illustration. The guides are fully searchable online.
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This guidance note is concerned with advice for the safe erection, use and dismantling of temporary suspended chutes intended for the conveyance of waste construction materials. The guidance covers chutes constructed of detachable sections made of metal or non-metallic material, attached to scaffolding.
The TG20 Design Guide provides technical data, commentary, and source material for use by competent and suitably qualified scaffold designers in circumstances which are outside the scope of standard solutions provided in the TG20 Operational Guide and TG20 e-Guide software.
NASC members can purchase 10 or more copies of the TG20:21 Design Guide book at the discounted rate of £25 per unit. To do so, please email email@example.com
In an ideal world all working platforms should contain no gaps or holes. This updated guidance is a simplification of the previous 2003 issue regarding working platforms, which have additional requirements over those that are normally provided on an access scaffold. Quality and the thickness of ply used are integral.
Scaffold tube storage racks are a common feature of every scaffolding contractor’s yard and many long-term live sites. Whilst tube racks are usually constructed as basic birdcage-like structures, they generally support many tonnes of equipment, so their design needs special consideration. This guidance note considers the design, use and maintenance of scaffold tube storage racks.
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