Ringlock scaffolding has fast became a popular choice when it comes to seeking a flexible and adaptable scaffolding system.
Ringlock, like other types of system scaffolding such as Cuplock and Kwikstage consists of prefabricated components, each component designed specifically for its intended purpose.
Scaffold contractors and construction companies often opt for system scaffolds, mainly due to the speed of installation and ease of adaptation all types can provide
What is Ringlock Scaffolding?
Ringlock scaffolding originated in America, fast becoming a global front-runner and alternative to other types of system scaffolds such as Cuplock and Kwikstage.
Ringlock in its design is unique, due to its rosette-type, central connector point, which permits quick installation, alongside having the ability to cater for complex geometries and provide ease of adaptation, as and when required.
Why is Ringlock Scaffolding Globally Popular?
Ringlock scaffolding was released to the market long after Cuplock or Kwikstage. Ringlock is now used globally and respected as a flexible alternative other system scaffolds on the market.
Ringlock, like Cuplock and Kwikstage has its own unique features and benefits, ranging from its lightweight yet robust composition to its unique rosette-type central connector which permits extreme capabilities in catering for complex geometries
Ease of installation, immense flexibility and less need for adaptation, results in Ringlock being a cost effective choice for companies and contractors.