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Tube & Clamp Scaffolding

Looking for tube and clamp scaffolding for sale online? With nearly 30 years of experience in the industry, many construction workers and DIY enthusiasts rely on our online stock of tube and clamp scaffolding products for their projects. In fact, Badger Ladder carries a variety of lengths of clamp scaffolding to complete your existing scaffold system, or to start from the ground up. From 4′ tube and clamp scaffolding to 16′ tube and clamp scaffolding, we have your tube and scaffolding clamp products in stock!

• Our scaffolding clamps either meet or exceed OSHA & ANSI regulations.
• Each product has a one-year warranty against manufacturer defect.

Questions on scaffolding clamps? Contact our team by calling us directly at 1 (800) 863-9791 and our team will be happy to help you. If you’re looking for other scaffolding products, please take a look at our main scaffolding for sale page.

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Tube and Clamp Scaffolding Products

Having the right tube and clamp scaffolding equipment for your building project is essential for your safety - not to mention for the speed and efficiency of the work. This is why Badger Ladder's scaffolding equipment is the perfect solution for your construction needs! Our scaffolding clamps include the following types of products: quick lock base plates, RAC right angle clamps, rigid beam clamps, SWC swivel clamps, and tube and clamp scaffolding products.

Take a look at our scaffolding clamp products below:

Quick Lock Base Plate

As part of your scaffolding equipment, you will need a quick lock base plate. Our base plate has a quick lock feature for security and your peace of mind while you work on your scaffolding. Shop the quick lock base plate online for added stability for your construction projects. Enjoy the high quality construction - which ensures maximum longevity of your scaffolding!

Right Angle Clamp

Our right angle clamp, or RAC makes scaffold connections as secure as possible. In fact, it is constructed out of a high quality steel to ensure the longest possible lifetime - so you can use your scaffolding with ease for many years to come. Questions about our right angle clamp or our other tube and clamp scaffolding projects? Contact Badger Ladder today for information about how to safely make secure scaffolding connections to ensure safety and compliance while working.

Rigid Beam Clamp

Another connecting part you'll need for your tube and clamp scaffolding is the rigid beam clamp. Also crafted from high quality steel, our rigid beam clamp should be used to connect scaffold tubes right to the steel beams (up to 3/4 inches thick). You can also use the rigid beam clamp for system scaffolding. The weight of the rigid beam clamp is approximately 4 pounds.

Swivel Clamp

Our SWC, or swivel clamp is designed from a high quality steel, ensuring the best quality product possible. This is a single unit design with a dual purpose to use primarily for bracing. This scaffolding clamp is beneficial to use for your tube and scaffolding clamps, since it allows you to connect tubes at any angle.

Tube & Clamp Scaffolding

Choose your model of tube and clamp scaffolding to get the correct configuration for your project. For the tube and clamp scaffolding, you will have the options of T-4, T-6, T-8, T-10, T-13, and T-16. These options correspond with lengths (in feet) of each configuration. Questions? Please reach out to Badger Ladder at 1 (800) 863-9791 and our team will be happy to help answer questions relating to scaffolding clamps.

Tube and Clamp Scaffolding FAQs

Here are some common questions that we get about tube and clamp scaffolding:

How to build tube and clamp scaffolding?

Here are some steps to follow: first, draw out the structure with the correct dimensions and make sure all of the parts (right angle clamps, swivel clamps, rigid beam clamps, and quick lock base plates, etc.) are available. Next, plan the foundation and make sure that the ground beneath the scaffold is level to ensure everyone's safety. Next, build in the frames and the zones. Lastly, correctly set up the guardrails and access points. For best results and every builder's safety, ALWAYS follow assembly instructions. More information here about how to erect scaffolding.

What is tube and clamp scaffolding used for?

Tube and clamp scaffolding is highly versatile and can be used as either a supplemental scaffolding system or as its own standalone scaffold structure. As a result, it is great for congested construction areas since it can fit any shape, height, or width that you need it to. Simply purchase more clamps, base plates, etc. as needed to expand your configuration!

What are the sizes of tube and clamp scaffolding?

At Badger Ladder, we have several configuration sizes available for your tube and clamp scaffolding. These include: 4', 6', 8', 10', 13', and 16' in length. However, due to its versatility, you can customize and expand your scaffolding as needed. Purchase one or more of these lengths to accommodate whatever size of building project you have.

What is the difference between a system scaffold and a tube and coupler?

Two common types of scaffolding you're likely to find and compare are system scaffolding and tube and coupler scaffolding. Otherwise known as modular scaffolding, scaffold systems come pre-engineered as horizontal, vertical, or diagonal systems that interlock with each other. Tube and clamp scaffolding, by contrast, is a basic type of scaffold that consists of just steel/aluminum tubes, boards, and clamps. It's highly versatile, however a good amount of knowledge and skill is required to erect a tube and coupler scaffolding system.

For reference, here are OSHA's guidelines for tube and coupler scaffolds - erection and use.

Contact Badger Ladder

With several decades of industry experience working with scaffolding clamps, you can rely on the experts at Badger Ladder to deliver on quality and professional customer service. We provide scaffolding clamps and other scaffolding products to customers throughout the country - from our four locations in Green Bay, WI, Savannah, GA, Cranbury, NJ, and Tacoma, WA.

If you have questions for our team, please don't hesitate to reach out to us today, or read our guide to scaffolding for more information!