Haki Scaffolding

haki scaffolding

Haki Scaffolding is a type of universal modular, proprietary scaffolding that utilizes a locking-catch method of erection. Commonly known as a “hook-on” type of functionality, it can be used for a wide array of business sectors and industries.

It was developed in order to provide workers and personnel with the safest and most secure type of environment.

haki scaffolding
Item #DescriptionUnit WeightSurface
1019301Standard 300mm17.5HDG
1019201Standard 2000mm12.1HDG
1019151Standard 150mmm9.4HDG
1019101Standard 1000mm6.8HDG
1019051Standard 500mm4HDG
1021300Ledger beam 3000mm18.7HDG
1021400Ledger beam 4000mm23.3HDG
1021250Ledger beam 2450mm14.5HDG
1021190Ledger beam 1914mmm11HDG
1021160Ledger beam 1605mm10HDG
1021120Ledger beam 1200mm7.5HDG
1022300Single tube beam 3000mm13.4HDG
1022120Single tube beam 1200mm6.5HDG
1022072Single tube beam 720mm4.7HDG
1022160Single tube beam 1605mm7.9HDG
1022050Single tube beam 3000mm4.3HDG
1052302Guardrail frame 3000mm14.9HDG
1052122Guardrail frame 1200mm7.8HDG
1052073Guardrail frame 720mm5.3HDG
1052162Guardrail frame 105mm9.7HDG
1052190Guradrail frames Ledger direction11.2HDG
1055300Safety gate with net 3000mm27HDG
1055121Safety gate with net 1200mm21HDG
1211070Bracket with spigot720mm8.9HDG
1211050Bracket with spigot 514mm5HDG
1211047Brackets 460mm2.2HDG

Types of Haki Scaffolding

How to erect Haki Scaffolding

The process or method of assembling or erecting a Haki scaffolding system is slightly different from how traditional scaffolding is done. Don’t worry, here’s a quick step-by-step guide on how that’s done!

Step #1: Set the Erection Brace

The first step is to set the erection base on the ground to make sure that it will be assembled precisely and accurately. You want to make sure that the measurements are exact in order to arrive at higher and better-quality results.

Step #2: Transport the Brace to the Scaffold Location

Once done, it’s now time to bring the erected brace to the scaffolding location where it’s going to be suspended.

NOTE: Before going onto the next step, a “safe zone” must be created and that’s done by attaching a guard frame to the erected brace.

Step #3: Install a Double Rider and Guard Frame

Then, using the safe zone, install a double rider and a guard frame for edge protection. This is what most traditional scaffolding systems lack.

Step #4: Attach the Board Bracket to the Beam Rider

Next would be to attach the board bracket to the beam rider. This step also involves the insertion of sprint pins to the puncheon unit in order to appropriately suspend the scaffold safely and securely.

NOTE: Before going to step 5, it’s advised to go down at least 2 meters.

Step #5: Use a Standard and Hook-On

Then, using a regular standard, hook it onto the bracket. This will then be pushed at the outside part of the area and lift it to the guard frame.

Step #6: Release the Edge Guard-Frame  

By now, your suspended scaffolding should be tight, stable, and secure. If it is not, recheck everything from the beam riders, the brackets, and even the standards to see where the problem is.

That is how you properly erect a suspended HAKI scaffolding structure. For the benefit of the supported scaffolding system, though, it’s literally the same. You assemble the base, then you take and use a ledger, then a standard until you fully erect it.