Metrix Galvanised Wedge Head Beams come in a variety of lengths and have four wedge heads, two at either end,  for direct connection to the rosettes on Plettac Metrix Standards. The beam is 50mm deep centre to centre from top to bottom chord and is used to create openings within the scaffold structure.

  • Product Code Weight Quantity
  • 10.0m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    - Sale only
    285805
    109.78kg

  • 9.0m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    - Sale only
    285810
    99.13kg

  • 8.0m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    - Sale only
    285815
    88.47kg

  • 7.0m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    - Sale only
    285820
    77.09kg

  • 6.0m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    - Sale only
    285825
    66.45kg

  • 5.0m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    285830
    55.8kg

  • 4.0m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    285835
    45.15kg

  • 3.0m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    285840
    34.5kg

  • 2.5m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    285845
    29.3kg

  • 2.0m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    285850
    23.84kg

  • 1.5m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    285855
    17.76kg

  • 1.0m Metrix Galv Wedge Head Beam

    285860
    13.2kg

NASC

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