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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 75 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 (crossbraces)

  • different lengths, for variable inter-frame spacing from 1.00 m to 3.00 m, in 50 cm increments
  • are fixed to the basic frame safely and quickly by innovative gravity catches
  • unmistakable length identification provided by colour-coded clips and embossed markings

Integral safety

Anchorage point for personal fall-arrest system (PFAS) anywhere on the frame diagonals

Wide-area scaffold planking

for erecting and dismantling the towerframe superstructure quickly and safely

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


Designed for efficient, safe erection

  • its lightweight, ergonomically designed components mean that it can be erected with minimal effort, with no need for the crane
  • can be erected in the upright, with scaffold planking units, 'move-up' railings and integrated ladderways for high workplace safety
  • assembly in the horizontal (for high workplace safety) is also possible

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