Ladder & Lattice Beams manufacturers in UAE

Ladder Beam are made of High Tensile Steel Tubes of size 48.3 OD and 3.2mm wall thickness conforming to EN10219, SPAR Ladder Beam are used to provide a clear span between scaffolds. All Ladder Beams rungs are saddle cut to get the maximum welding length and thereby increasing the over-all strength in Bending and Shear. The Ladder Beams are fully compatible with the standard scaffolding coupler.

Available in lengths up to 6m and can produce longer length on demand from Customer.

We also manufacture 450mm and 610mm deep Lattice / Unit Beam made from High Tensile Alloy Steel tube. Available in varying lengths of up to 8m.

SPAR STEEL manufacture of Ladder Beams, Lattice Beams are fully compatible with the standard scaffolding coupler. Ladder Beam are made of High Tensile Steel Tubes of size

Benefits of Ladder and Lattice Beams

Advantages with the use of Lattice Beams

Lattice Beams give the subsequent advantages

  • Immediate roof support over the excavated section
  • Act as a model reassuring a minimum thickness once applying shotcrete.
  • Become a part of the reinforcement within the shotcrete lining.
  • Provide support for spilling, if needed, over subsequent excavation.
  • Work equally well with machine mining or drill and shoot tunneling - no would like for major investment in special instrumentation
  • Are sensible supports for a good range of ground conditions.
  • Can be erected among many minutes by alittle crew while not special handling equipment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Ladder Beam are made of High Tensile Steel Tubes of size 48.3 OD and 3.2mm wall thickness conforming to EN10219, SPAR Ladder Beam are used to provide a clear span between scaffolds. All Ladder Beams rungs are saddle cut to get the maximum welding length and thereby increasing the over-all strength in Bending and Shear.

A Ladder beam, support or similar that is anchored at one end and that is free at the opposite end. A builders' hoist wherever the car, bucket or platform is cantilevered from and travels up and down outwardly to a face of, the support structure. A scaffolding ladder beam, resembling a ladder, composed of a combine of hollow members connected by struts. Scaffold ladder beams have a large range of uses and might even be wont to type a part of a additional complicated structure

Lattice Beam usually of structural iron or steel, composed of a prime and a bottom rim, usually of channelirons, united on both sides by diagonal latticing.

Beams support the load of a building's floors, ceilings and roofs and to move the load to the framework of a vertical load bearing part. so as to resist the combined weight of stacked walls and transfer the support load, typically larger and heavier beams known as transfer beams are used