TRAD Internal Stair Units provide a safe and quick access between levels in stairwells and any open voids. So if you are in need of a flexible temporary stair unit system then TRAD UK has the solution.
This temporary stair unit allows safe access between floors during construction. It eliminates the use of ladders, making the movement of materials and tools between floors an easy and safe operation. The lightweight single piece unit is constructed from aluminium for quick and simple installation. It speeds up productivity, reduces accidents on site, and improves overall welfare and efficiency. An optional extended landing platform is also available to enable the unit to achieve a greater span over voids in town houses etc. Installed easily and quickly, and helping speed up productivity while reducing accidents on site
The stair unit is lifted by a forklift into the area where it needs to be installed. There are two channels on the underside for the forks to go into. The Internal Stair Unit is lifted manually by 2 people, over to the void area, then lifted up into place. With one person standing at either side, the Stair Unit is lifted from the front and onto the upper level. The two legs at the bottom can be adjusted to suit needs.
TRAD Internal Stair Units conform to BS EN 12811 and WAHR and tested to a load capacity of 150 kilos.
Compliant to BS EN 12811 and WAHR
Tested to a load capacity of 150kg
Height 2688mm with 250mm of adjustment
Internal width of unit tread 600mm
Lightweight aluminium design – Weight 40kg
Optional extended landing platform
Easily moved around site by hand
Profiled non-slip treads
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