Timber Scaffold Boards – 1.2m

All our timber scaffold boards are made to the exacting standards of BS 2482:2009 using machine stressed graded timber to support spans of 1.2m. The boards offer maximum reliability to your construction project, no matter how big or small.

They are available in standard industry sizes and are designed to work perfectly with our scaffold fittings and scaffold tubes. All scaffold boards can be branded with your company’s name upon request as well as nail-plated.

The timber boards provide 1.2m of support and have a depth of 38mm and are 225mm wide. They are typically used as a platform for scaffolding levels, enabling workers and specialist equipment to operate safely at elevated levels.

PLEASE NOTE THERE MAY SOME VARIANCE IN COLOUR AS OUR 1.2M SCAFFOLD BOARDS ARE STORED EXTERNALLY.


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Goods can be picked up from the nearest convenient location or delivered by our fleet. Prices are on application and tiered based on the distance and order volume between the branch the goods are transported from and the delivery site:

  • 1-10 Miles
  • 11-25 Miles
  • 26-40 Miles
  • 40 Miles+



Timber Scaffold Boards – 1.2m Faq's

Are Generation's Timber Boards PEFC Compliant?

Yes, all timber boards supplied by Generation are PEFC compliant. PEFC works throughout the entire forest supply chain to promote good practice in the forest and to ensure that timber and non-timber forest products are produced with respect for the highest ecological, social and ethical standards.

Can Generation supply Nail Plates?

Yes Generation offer the option of supplying all timber boards with Nail Plates. The toothed plates are fitted to the Scaffold boards to prevent splitting down the length of the board, enhancing the overall life of the board.  These can be affixed when required but only within 230mm of the board ends on BS2482 boards and 250mm on Grade ‘A’ boards. It is recommended that four plates are affixed per board up to 3.9m in length

Can Scaffold Boards be fire retardant?

Fire retardant treatments are specified to BS 476: Part 6&7:1997 giving either a Class 1 or  a Class 0 Rating. Alternatively this can be specified to BS EN 13501-1 to either Euroclass B (transposes to Class 0) or Euroclass C (transposes to Class 1).

Generally treatment to Class 1 or Euroclass C is required, Fire treatment conforming to London Underground technical specifications can also be provided.

 

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