Our Titan pump jack scaffold systems help you save time and money! This heavy-duty system is the complete solution for construction sites and remodeling.
In addition, the lighting system is extremely easy to assemble on the jobsite. The Titan pump jacks’ versatility is perfect for projects such as roofing, siding, painting, building, insulating, and more.
Let Badger Ladder be your online resource for pump jacks. Shop our pump jack packages and see assembly instructions below. As always, please direct all questions to us at 1 (800) 863-9791, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Badger Ladder is your source for high-quality pump jack scaffolding products. Choose from our selection of packages, choose the specific part you need, or build your own! Questions? Simply contact our team at 1 (800) 863-9791, or email us at email@example.com today.
Pump Jack Scaffold Assembly
Once you receive your pump jack system, you will need to know how to properly assemble it to ensure the safety of you and your team while working. Below are steps to assembling the Titan pump jack system:
- To start assembling the Titan system, attach the workbench to the pump jack system. You will need to this for each side of the system. Once both sides are complete, insert the pole into the Titan system. You can join any size poles together with a pole connector (up to a maximum height of 48 feet for more flexibility).
- Each of our pump jack poles come standard with a non-skid base, which is great for flat, hard surfaces. Also available are spiked pull anchors, which are suitable for both uneven and rough terrain, for the most stable results possible.
- Next, you will need to attach the support braces to the structure. These feature a full swivel head for any wall or roof addition. Be sure to install the braces on top of both poles. Once the base ends and support braces are installed, you're ready to erect the Titan pump jack system. Please watch the video above for the complete details on how to install the Titan pump jack scaffold system.
Customize Your Pump Jack Scaffolding
Need a custom pump jack package? Badger Ladder is your source for aluminum pump jacks that get the job done!
Here in our online store, we have a wide variety of pump jack scaffolding and other products that you'll need as you plan for your next construction project. For your convenience, we offer aluminum pump jacks, pump jack systems, and all of the equipment and accessories you need to secure and lift your platform while you work.
We also have the option to customize with our Build Your Own Pump Jack scaffolding products. Using an aluminum insert, aluminum pump jack brace, aluminum work bench, end rail swing gate and other products, you can custom create the pump jack package you need to get the job done.
The Build Your Own option is good for if you need a custom setup, or you need to add onto your existing system. Browse all our pump jack system products below.
Pump Jack Packages
At Badger Ladder, we offer everything you need to create a complete aluminum pump jack system or add onto your existing system. Our pump jack packages have a maximum height of 48 feet (with 2 24' poles, 1 extra joint, and 1 extra brace). Pump Jack shipping time: 7-10 working days for most of the United States.
Pump Jack System Parts
Badger Ladder and Scaffold offers everything you need to create a complete aluminum pump jack system or add onto your existing pump jack system. Our system parts include aluminum jacks, braces, joints, and a variety of aluminum poles for your pump jack scaffolding platforms. We also have the Pump Jack Safety Net available for you safety. Pump jack poles manufactured in the USA (Green Bay, WI).
Build Your Own Pump Jack Package
Building your own pump jack package is useful if you need a custom build, or you are adding an extension. Building your package includes the package base, aluminum pump jack poles, aluminum stages, end rail swing gates, and add-ons such as aluminum inserts. Click here to build your own pump jack package to meet your specific needs.
OSHA-Compliant EquipmentBadger Ladder's products are compliant with the standards that are set by OSHA. No matter if you are looking for steel braces, work bench options, guard rails, or pole anchors, Badger Ladder provides reliable and OSHA-compliant equipment at competitive prices. In addition, all of our pump jacks either meet or exceed OSHA and ANSI requirements. Read all general requirements here to find more information about OSHA regulations. Questions? Please reach out to our customer service representatives and we will help you locate the pump jack scaffolding product you need for your project, or answer any questions you have on shipping. Give our friendly team a call at 1-800-863-9791 today.
About Badger Ladder
Badger Ladder has proudly served our clients for nearly thirty years. With many years of industry experience, Badger Ladder is your online source for all things scaffolding, pump jacks, ladders, and other construction supplies for the jobsite. Currently, we have warehouses in Green Bay, WI, Savannah, GA, Cranbury, NJ, and our most recent warehouse in Tacoma, WA.
With years of experiencing selling pump jack scaffolding products, ladders, roofing equipment, and more, you can rely on us to deliver on quality products and professional support. Please contact us today if you need any assistance with your pump jack scaffolding products.
When setting up a pump jack scaffolding system, it is vital to have safety in mind. For your protection, you should always ensure that no more than two people are standing on the cross plank at a time. Nobody should stand on the workbench. Please also keep in mind that the load should not exceed 500lbs.
Other work safety tips for pump jack scaffolding include having workers wear fall-arresting gear and/or install safety nets. The pump jack system should also ensure that any open sides of the platform should be secured with guardrails and have the poles properly secured.
Maximum height: 48 feet (with 2 24′ poles, brace, and joint). At Badger Ladder, we provide high-quality pump jack systems constructed to secure, lift, and lower your scaffold platform while you work. Pump jacks are scaffolds consisting of poles, a foot pump, and scaffold planks. Our pump jack scaffolding is ideal for construction, painting, and roofing.
How much weight can my pump jack system support? Overall, pump jack scaffolding can safely hold up to 500 pounds of centered weight and no more than two employees at a time.
Pump jack systems can be used for many different types of projects. Pump jacks are ideal for construction, painting, roofing and siding projects and more. The pump jack system by Titan has the versatility you’re looking for in your construction project.
When setting up your pump jack, you will need to follow these 12 steps:
- Attach the support brace to the roof of the building.
- Using the pole connector, connect the poles.
- Once poles are connected, slide the workbench onto the pole.
- From there you can attach the pump jack to the pole.
- Now that the pump jack is attached, align the mounting holes in the workbench and pump jack. Then secure with the bolt and nut provided.
- For soft ground either a pole anchor or a pole foot with a wood sill plate is required. Raise the pole to the support brace.
- Attach the pole to the house by securing the pole to the support brace.
- Next, the middle support brace should be attached to the side of the building. You only have to do this step for poles that are greater than 24 feet height. When the pump jack system is over 24 feet, the space between pole support braces should be no greater than 16 feet.
- Place the platform stage on the pump jack. To secure the stage, run the chain through the rung and reattach to the support arm using the provided quick link.
- Measure the distance between the wall and the platform and make sure it is no more than 14”.
- Install the guardrails at each end of the stage. Set the stage for the workbench on the supports and secure with chain.
- Finally, install the safety net between the work bench and platform stage.