Orchard Hire and Sales sell new scaffold fittings that are tested to current British or European standards where such exist.
Sacks of scaffold couplers can be usually be delivered by courier on the next working day. Larger loads consisting solely of fittings can be delivered on our own vehicles, or by a pallet delivery company.
Clamps 48.3mm O.D. scaffold tubes at right angles (i.e. standards to ledgers) S.W.L. 6.25kN. EN74 Class B – SWL to BS5973.
Clamps 48.3mm scaffold tubes at right angles (i.e. transoms and putlogs to ledgers). Clamps to a ledger. The flat curved part wraps over the side and top of the end of a transom and can sit underneath scaffold boards. BS1139 Part 2 1982 – SWL to BS5973.
Clamps 48.3mm O.D. scaffold tubes at any angle (i.e. façade, sectional or plan bracing) S.W.L. 6.1kN. EN74 Class A – SWL to BS5973.
Also known as Gravloks. Used in pairs for right angle clamping of 48.3mm O.D. scaffold tubes to steel beam flanges up to 45mm thick.
Used in pairs for variable angle clamping of 48.3mm O.D. scaffold tubes to steel beam flanges up to 45mm thick.
Traditional 'band and plate' type scaffold fitting. Clamps to steel scaffold tube (not aluminium) by tightening with podger 'scaffold key'.
Internal end-to-end vertical connection of 48.3mm O.D. scaffold tubes.
For securing scaffold boards, particularly in windy conditions. Drop-forged gate.
Effectively one half of a swivel coupler with a hole through the centre.
Clamps 48.3mm tube. No hole in the back of the fitting, which is flat and un-plated, suitable for welding. Self-colour.
Also known as a beam flange clamp. Clamps 48.3mm tube to girders. Use in pairs. Self-colour.
Connects 48.3mm O.D. to 50.8mm O.D. tube at 90°.
Connects 3″ O.D. tube to 2″ O.D. tube at a right angle. The smaller half of the coupler will take a 48.3mm scaffold tube.
Connects 3″ O.D. tube to 2″ O.D. tube in parallel at a variable angle. The smaller half of the coupler will take a 48.3mm scaffold tube.
External end-to-end connection of 48.3mm scaffold tubes horizontally or vertically. Disk bearing plate and shaped washers for better bite and easier release.
90° fixing for 48.3mm scaffold tube. BS1139 part 2 1982 – SWL to BS5973.
Clamps 48.3mm scaffold tubes at 90° (i.e. transoms and putlogs to ledgers). BS1139 part 2 1982 – SWL to BS5973. Similar function to a wrap-over putlog coupler, but has jaws that wrap over and clamp both sides of the transom.
150mm x 150mm. For distributing load from scaffold tube standards to the ground. Self-colour. Base plates typically need to be seated on timber sole pads or plastic floor protectors.
Nails to the top of a timber toe board to secure it to an upright scaffold tube. Use in pairs at least.
The bolt passes between the boards. The dome and the hook tighten onto the scaffold boards. The head of the bolt is recessed in the top of the dome when the fitting is fully tightened. Can be used to secure boards flat as well as upright for a wall, or diagonally for a fan. Can accomodate some other types of board.
Clamps timber battens to scaffold tube. Used in the construction of film sets and for timber hoardings.
Converts 48.3mm scaffold tube into putlog for insertion into brickwork joints. BS1139 part 2 1982 – SWL to BS5973.
Connects 0.5 to 0.7mm thick corrugated sheets with a pitch of 76.2mm to scaffold tube purlins. Maximum combined thickness of sheets that can be clamped is 3.0mm. Individual sheets must be connected with a minimum of two couplers and installed to BS5973:1990.
Used in pairs for connecting timber treads to scaffold tube at an angle of 28° to 90°.