AMA LOCK SUPPORT & DECKING SYSTEM



AMA-LOCK SUPPORT SYSTEM


STANDARDS

Sturdy standards available in seven regular sizes with cup joints welded at 0.5m intervals. The lower cups are formed from high quality steel while the mobile upper cups are malleable castings to provide the necessary hardiness on-site.




LEDGERS

Each ledger size is provided with forged blade ends to enable positive locking and are available in a range of different sizes to suit the general requirements of grids used to support formwork or even access structures.

BEAM BRACKET

These brackets come in handy with jacks/forkheads accepting beams spanning from one bracket to another, should beam drops be encountered within a support grid, thus avoiding the need for ground props. The load is transferred back into the adjacent Standards Systems.



SOCKET BASE

It is used in conjunction with the universal jack at either the top or bottom of the structure.

INTERMEDIATE TRANSOM

It is used in conjunction with the universal jack at either the top or bottom of the structure.



FIXED FORKHEAD

Designed to provide height adjustment to structure, by fitting onto the Universal Jack, when constructing with timber, aluminium or steel (single/ double) beams of 75mm width.


CANTILEVER FRAMES

Designed with blade ends that are easily located in the cup joint and accept jacks in three locations, the Cantilever frames are ideal for supporting decking or formwork beyond the edge of the slab.



UNIVERSAL JACK

A universal jack provides an adjustment option at either the top or the lower end of a scaffold support structure.

BASE PLATE

Designed with a socket to support and to receive scaffolding tubes at the base, it also serves to distribute the load evenly.



HASSLE-FREE SECURE ASSEMBLY

Ledgers and transoms can now be securely fixed to standards in a process devoid of nuts and bolts. The blade ends of ledgers and transoms are merely fitted into the bottom cup-like locking device which is welded to the standard at regular intervals. The upper cup is then lowered over the projecting blade ends and rotated with hammer blows to secure the lock.


Advantages
» Time saving in erection and dismantling processes.
» Secure and robust connection of up to 4 units in a single action.
» Easy to erect and dismantle.
» Improved efficiency in support and access