Work­ing scaf­fold Mo­d­ul

The rentable mo­d­u­lar scaf­fold for forming and re­in­forc­ing-work

The Work­ing scaf­fold Mo­d­ul is the ide­al add-on to Doka wall sys­tems: with this rentable mo­d­u­lar platform sys­tem, re­in­force­ment op­er­a­tions can be car­ried out safe­ly and quick­ly. It is equal­ly suit­able for use as a stair tow­er or a mo­bile scaf­fold tow­er. To speed up the con­struc­tion work­flow still fur­ther, the platform units can be re­po­si­tioned by crane.


due to its mo­d­u­lar sys­tem 

  • can be used as brac­ing scaf­fold­ing, stair tow­er or scaf­fold ac­cess
  • ver­ti­cal­ly adapt­able in a 50 cm height grid
  • adapt­able in terms of lay­out, by means of ‘Mo­d­ul’ hole-plates that each per­mit eight dif­fer­ent con­nect­ing di­rec­tions in one plane
  • has In­ter­mix­ing Ap­pro­val per­mitt­ing com­bi­na­tions with other man­u­fac­tur­ers' scaf­folds
  • stan­dards, ledgers, di­ag­o­n­als and deck­ing boards can be sys­te­m­at­i­cal­ly se­lect­ed to make pos­si­ble vari­ous dif­fer­ent scaf­fold heights, bay lengths and bay widths

All-round safe­ty
thanks to in­te­gral safe­ty de­tails 

  • re­li­able struc­tu­ral in­tegri­ty is en­sured by the defined as­sem­b­ly se­quence
  • en­hanced safe­ty against tipover, thanks to its wi­dened sup­port base and to the fact that it is braced against the formwork
  • test­ed an­chor­age points for per­so­n­al fall-ar­rest sys­tems (PFAS) en­hance safe­ty dur­ing sys­tem as­sem­b­ly

Can quick­ly be readied for use
as it is so easy to han­dle 

  • con­trolled erec­tion work­flow due to the pre-defined con­nec­tion-points on the ‘Mo­d­ul’ hole-plate
  • bolt­less joint­ing tech­nique us­ing the wedge-lock­ing prin­ci­ple
  • rigid, force-trans­mitt­ing joints with just one blow of the ham­mer
  • the sys­tem is self-ex­pla­na­to­ry, which keeps fa­miliari­sa­tion times short
  • units can be crane-lift­ed for faster cy­cling

The widened support base of the bracing scaffolding, and the fact that it is braced against the formwork, give it greater safety against tipover.


'Mo­d­ul' stan­dards

  • 'Modul' hole-plate discs every 50 cm
  • eight connecting directions in each plane
  • small openings for the longitudinal connections
  • large openings for the diagonals
  • tube thickness 48 mm for coupler connections

'Mo­d­ul' base col­lar

The 'Modul' base collar even allows the basic frame to be set up by just one person. Once the basic construction has been set up and aligned in the horizontal, the 'Modul' standards can be fixed on in the desired total length.

Wedge-lock­ing prin­ci­ple

Even when the wedge is only loosely inserted, the scaffold node is positively locked. By hammering on the wedge until the hammer rebounds, a rigid, force-transmitting joint is then created.


Safe ver­ti­cal ac­cess

as the planking units have a manhole and an integral ladder

Us­ing 'Mo­d­ul' as a mo­bile scaf­fold tow­er

Travel rollers can be used for easy wheeling of the scaffold to its next usage location.

Us­ing 'Mo­d­ul' as a stair tow­er

The modular system means that stair towers can be configured with the stairway units either in the same or opposite directions. Stair towers assembled from the 'Modul' system conform to Class A of EN 12811-1.