Load-bearing tow­er Staxo 40

The lightweight shoring sys­tem for the build­ing con­struc­tion field

The Load-bearing tow­er Stax­o 40 sys­tem stands out for be­ing ex­cep­tio­n­al­ly easy to han­dle, and su­per­b­ly adapt­able to any build­ing-con­struc­tion pro­ject.


Max­i­mum safe­ty, even on great shoring heights 

  • wide-area as­sem­b­ly decks with plank­ing units in­side the towers and al­so be­tween the towers
  • hor­i­zon­tal pre-as­sem­b­ly pos­si­ble thanks to crane-han­dling-safe con­nec­tions be­tween the frames
  • stur­dy lad­der­ways
  • test­ed an­chor­age points for per­so­n­al fall ar­rest sys­tems

Time sav­ings ev­ery step of the way 

  • high-speed as­sem­b­ly, as there are on­ly a few se­parate components, all of them very light in weight
  • er­go­nom­i­cal­ly en­gi­neered H-frames – easi­er to car­ry, quick­er to set up
  • the abil­i­ty to trav­el and lift en­tire towers, in­stead of labour-in­ten­sive­ly dis­mantling them first
  • colour-cod­ed di­ag­o­n­al cross­braces so that you can quick­ly tell which length is which

Stax­o 40 opens up a wide range of pos­si­bil­i­ties in build­ing-con­struc­tion 

  • screw-jack U-heads and feet with a 70 cm ex­ten­sion range for easi­er height ad­just­ment
  • shift­ing-wheels for re­lo­cat­ing en­tire towers, to fa­cil­i­tate an ef­fi­cient con­struc­tion work­flow
  • safe­ly sus­tains loads at slab-edges by means of brack­ets
  • ease of han­dling, log­i­cal as­sem­b­ly se­quence and high-speed work­ing



Stax­o 40 frames

  • ergonomically shaped H-frame geometry with low dead weight for easy handling and short assembly times
  • sturdy, galvanised H-frames with heights of 0.90 m, 1.20 m and 1.80 m for easy and cost-efficient height adjustment
  • defined anchorage points for personal fall arrest systems (PFAS)

Di­ag­o­n­al cross­es

  • different lengths for variable inter-frame spacing in 50-cm increments from 1.00 m to 3.00 m
  • fixed to the load-bearing tower safely and quickly with innovative safety catches
  • clear identification of lengths through coloured clips and imprint

Built-in sys­tem safe­ty

  • ladder system with non-skid rungs available for any combination of frames
  • anchorage point for personal protective equipment (PPE) anywhere on the frame's diagonals

Plane deck­ing lev­els with scaf­fold plank­ing

for quickly and safely erecting and dismantling the superstructure

Screw-jack heads and feet

  • extension lengths of 70 cm (at top and bottom) for a total of 140 cm adjustment to changes of level and to inclinations
  • precision adjustment, right down to the last millimetre, even when under load
  • three-wing spindle nut makes for easy height adjustment and rapid screw-jack release
  • easy to release, using either a formwork hammer or a reinforcement rod


Ef­fi­cient and safe erec­tion

  • its lightweight, ergonomic components make for an effortless set-up without a crane
  • can be erected in the upright with scaffold planking units, 'move-up' railings and available add-on ladderways for high workplace safety
  • optional assembly in the horizontal for high workplace safety

Tow­er-to-tow­er walk­way open­ings

for fast, safe working inside the scaffold and beneath the towerframe superstructure

Safe work­ing at the edge of the floor-slab

by mounting platform brackets to the towerframes

Can­tilev­er­ing con­crete loads trans­ferred safe­ly

by the high load capacity of the platform brackets combined with a plumbing strut

Crane­less hor­i­zon­tal re­po­si­tion­ing

with clamp-on shifting-wheels – a simple, sturdy solution that can quickly be connected to the tower

Con­nect­ing up scaf­fold tubes

Scaffold tubes can be connected to every frame, using standard couplers

Gett­ing in­side the tow­er­frames is made easy

by the geometry of the Staxo 40 frames