Using just 7-10 core components, HAKI Universal is the perfect scaffolding system for independent scaffold applications – providing maximum productivity across a wide range of structures and industries.
HAKI appreciates that speed and adaptability are essential in completing high volumes of independent scaffolding in tight timeframes. It’s why we developed our system to be up to 60% faster than traditional tube and fitting and other modular systems, whilst retaining the safest methods of scaffold assembly.
Safe system of work
The HAKI Advanced Guard Rail (AGR) offers a totally safe system of work, meaning independent scaffolds and other structures can be erected using collective measures in accordance with the NASC SG4:15. Using the AGR tool, a permanent guard rail can be erected before decking out a bay on a subsequent lift.
The simple ‘hook-on’ and spring-lock catch mechanism of HAKI Universal means there are no loose or small fittings and minimal moving parts to the structure. This reduces the risk of component displacement and falling materials – protecting both workers and wider public from injury.
Board supports can also be positioned anywhere on the scaffolding structure, so a close, flush boarded platform is possible. This also contributes to reducing the danger of trips and falls.
Reduce costs through speed and adaptability
Unique to Universal system is the HAKI Ledger Beam. Load-bearing connections can be made horizontally and vertically anywhere along its length, and combined with the HAKI Universal Beam Rider, returns and in-fills can be created at any point, as well as allowing ‘fly past’ at corners. This results in maximized bay lengths up to 3.05m, which reduces erection times and installation costs.
Independent scaffolds built from HAKI Universal also only have be levelled once, at base only.
In addition, the scaffolding system can be adapted to support load classes from 1-6 dependent on your requirements.
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Find out how to safely erect and dismantle HAKI Universal scaffold structures