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Mobile scaffold tower available from No Bolt

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Constructed from aluminium tubing with 2.7mm wall thickness, the 2700 series mobile scaffold tower from No Bolt is a ideal solution for those professionals seeking an economical alternative to the 4700 series.

The frame-on-frame design creates open-face access for working on a vertical surface and makes the 2700 series a good tool for plastering, rendering and painting.

Product features

  • Frame-on-frame design creates open face access for working on a vertical surface
  • Convenient spacing of cross members (400mm) allows more flexible platform heights
  • 2m base frame, choice of intermediate frame sizes
  • Aluminium grid-mesh trap door through working platform
  • Internal Gorilla access ladders (D-rung), secured at the top and bottom
  • Decking with top grade plywood or aluminium grid-mesh
  • Kickboards from laminated veneer lumber (LVL)
  • 8” heavy duty castor wheels, add 250mm height plus offer an extra 200mm adjustment
  • 6061-T6 high-grade structural aluminium tubing
  • 2.7mm tube-wall thickness
  • Fully welded design
  • Aluminium spigots pressed into frames for extra stability and durability


  • Easy to transport, store and assemble – allow you to focus on the project
  • Suitable on uneven and sloping surfaces
  • Suitable in small areas
  • Extra decks can be fitted
  • Numerous standard frame configurations for mobile towers possible

Available options

  • Adjustable base plates
  • Outriggers or ties for over-height towers
  • Extra (intermediate) decks can be fitted
  • Aluminium grid-mesh decking for trays
  • Bridging sets
  • Rails for roof applications
  • Full metal castor wheels

Frame dimensions

  • Base frame height - 2m
  • Intermediate frame heights: 1600/1200/800/400mm
  • Handrail frame height - 900mm

Towers available in 1.2m and 1.8m widths and 1.2m, 1.8m, 2.4m and 3.0m lengths and rungs are spaced 400mm.

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