Since the beginning of civilisation, humans have always used scaffolding to help them to build tall buildings. It is believed that timber scaffolding was used in Egypt for the building of the pyramids.
Until 1922, this practice of using timber for scaffolding continued. This is the time when steel metal tubes began to replace the wooden poles.
Metal scaffolding has now become the norm. Since 1950, tube scaffolding has become the industry standard. This is because its light weight does not compromise on strength. Tube scaffolding does not require nuts and bolts for its assembly. Steel and aluminium are the metals used for scaffolding.
Strength and durability are what you get when you use steel scaffolding. Steel also has elasticity that can prevent it from cracking. It can be used for the support of heavy loads, while it can also help workers to transport supplies and heavy equipment. When you …