Frequently Asked Questions
What safety standards does the Panel Jack comply with?
Our product complies with all relevant OSHA scaffold standards, ASD and Aluminum Design Manual 2000 requirements.
How much weight can each unit hold?
Every Panel Jack unit is rated to support 300 lb.
What is the wind resistance of the Panel Jack?
The Panel Jack is designed to resist wind loads of up to 40 mph.
What is the maximum spacing there can be between Panel Jack units?
Spacing between units should not exceed 7 ft (we recommend 6 ft spacing as a standard).
How should I space Panel Jack units if there is a window or doorway that will disrupt my spacing pattern?
Do not reduce the number of bracing units relative to door and window openings. Instead, use additional Panel Jack units to ensure support and control.
What is recommended for taller or longer walls?
Bracing both sides of the wall is recommended.
What measurements can I use for support planks when working on soil?
Planks should be 2 in. x 10 in. in cross section and 24 in. minimum in length. Make sure to securely stake them to the ground.
How high can Panel Jack units reach?
Our aluminum strongbacks reach up to 24 ft!
Are they easy to transport?
Yes. Each of our 8 ft ProSystems weigh 42 lb total and are able to fit in the bed of a standard pickup.
How big are the foot plates?
Each Panel Jack foot plate is 6 in. x 8 in., which we have found provides optimal stability for its size.
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