£360.00 – £972.00
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.
The ePortal is available here from computers, tablets and smart phones via web browsers. Each subscription gives access from multiple machines, but only one machine at a time.
Purchase and use of a subscription implies acceptance of the subscription agreement, found here, by all users.
The price shown includes VAT at 20%.
If you are already using TG20:21 and wish to continue to use the same login details please do not purchase a new subscription, please purchase a subscription renewal here.
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Scaffold board nailplates are specially stamped toothed strips of galvanised steel that can be applied to new or used boards to prevent or to repair existing end splits. Experience gained over many years by the scaffold industry indicates that the service life of a board can be substantially extended if nailplates are fitted. This revised and updated version contains additional information and guidance on the specification and fitting of nailplates.
When in use, scaffold boards are often subjected to harsh conditions and mistreatment and may deteriorate to such an extent that they become unsafe. To ensure that they remain in a safe and serviceable condition, they should be subjected to regular inspections/checks and where necessary repaired/refurbished to ensure that they remain fit for purpose. This document provides guidance on the inspection, care and maintenance of scaffold boards to maximise their operational service life.
This guidance is available for pdf download only.
The effects of heat on scaffolding equipment can have a significant and permanent effect on its strength and performance. This guidance explains the potential issues and the action to be taken if equipment has been subjected to a fire or similar conditions. This guidance is available for pdf download only.
This guidance gives details of various methods available for satisfactorily securing scaffold boards to prevent movement. Users should satisfy themselves when/which boards require tying down and that any proprietary equipment or fixing method selected meets their requirements.
This product is available in PDF format only.
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