Available in lengths up to 6.4m (21′) steel ladder beams are so called as they are formed by welding steel scaffolding tubes in the form of a ladder. The ladder beam has a depth of 305mm from the centre of the top chord to the centre of the bottom, with the rungs being no further apart than the same measurement.

Unlike other types of beam, steel ladder beams should not be joined end-to-end, unless a connection detail has been designed and specified by a temporary works / scaffold design engineer.

  • Product Code Weight Quantity
  • 6.4m (21ft) Steel Ladder Beam

    - Sale only
    095020
    69.3kg

  • 4.8m (16ft) Steel Ladder Beam

    - Sale only
    095025
    52.8kg

  • 3.9m (13ft) Steel Ladder Beam

    - Sale only
    095028
    42.9kg

  • 3.0m (10ft) Steel Ladder Beam

    - Sale only
    095031
    33kg

  • 2.4m (8ft) Steel Ladder Beam

    - Sale only
    095033
    26.4kg

  • 1.8m (6ft) Steel Ladder Beam

    - Sale only
    095035
    19.8kg

NASC

NASC

The NASC is recognised as the national trade body for access and scaffolding in the UK, producing a wide range of industry guidance for scaffolding contractors, their operatives and their clients. Members of the NASC are strictly regulated to ensure a continuous high standard of scaffolding practice.

Scaffolding Association

Scaffolding Association

The Scaffolding Association is the largest trade organisation in the UK scaffolding and access sector, campaigning to raise standards of safety, quality and workforce skills.

Temporary Works Forum

Temporary Works Forum

Leading the Construction industry to change for the better in the discipline of temporary works…

The aim of Temporary Works forum (TWf) is to encourage open discussion of any matter related to temporary works, for the good of the industry overall. The Forum is open to anyone, individual or corporate, working within the industry and sharing this intent.

Mission
To be an advocate and recognized authority on temporary works and construction method design, working to raise standards and awareness across the construction sector.

ROSPA

ROSPA

Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents – actively involved in the promotion of safety and the prevention of accidents in all areas, demonstrating our commitment to safety and providing us with operational guidelines.

BSI ISO 9001

BSI ISO 9001

ISO 9001 is the internationally recognized Quality Management System (QMS) standard that can benefit any size of organization and is designed to be a powerful business improvement tool.

TRAD UK have been audited by BSi and are accredited to ISO 9001:2015.

FORS

FORS

The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a voluntary accreditation scheme for fleet operators which aims to raise the level of quality within fleet operations, and to demonstrate which operators are achieving exemplary levels of best practice in safety, efficiency, and environmental protection.

CHAS

CHAS

CHAS is established as the market leader for health and safety pre-qualification in the UK. It is available to suppliers (those who provide goods and services) and to organisations (buyers) looking for suitably competent suppliers.

EPF

EPF

Constructionline

Constructionline

Constructionline is the UK’s largest Government-owned register of contractors and consultants for the construction industry. Constructionline standards are high, all suppliers are pre-qualified to the official Government pre-qualified standard.

BMTRADA

BMTRADA

BM TRADA membership and subsequent annual Scaffold Board grading accreditation allows TRAD to inspect the quality of their scaffold boards both new and in service. This ensures that the quality of their scaffold boards are always measured and comply with the current BS2482 – 2009 standard.

FASET

FASET