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QuikDeck Series

System-type Suspended work Floor

QuikDeck offers high levels of safety, construction performance, and efficiency in construction and maintenance of bridges, factories, shipbuilding, and construction in large spaces where access has traditionally presented difficulties. Moreover, our comprehensive product lineup and engineering capabilities will provide work spaces that are easy to access, secure, and that contribute to advances in comfort and safety.
Based on our know-how accumulated over the course of the adoption of our products for use in well-known bridges, factories, and architectural structures the world over, we offer the QuikDeck as a scaffolding innovation that is the result of the high-level fusion of our capabilities to clear strict safety standards and the construction conditions of Japan!
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Octagon modular scaffold

Wedge Binding System Scaffolding and Shoring

3S Modular scaffold
  • Scaffolding
  • Shoring
  • Structure

As indicated by its name, the 3S Modular scaffold is often used for temporary scaffolding, shoring, and stands in civil engineering, construction, and factories, as well as a wide range of other applications. The system has a truly impressive reputation.
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Stanchion

Guard post – Short Fall-prevention Pillar

he Nisso Stanchion is a temporary fall-prevention unit installed in places with a risk of falling, such as corridors and work floor edges and openings.

The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and the Scaffolding and Construction Equipment Association of Japan set the Safety Standards for the Prevention of Falling under which an Approval Standards System was implemented for short pillars mounted with fixtures and parts used for temporary protection called guard posts.

The Nisso stanchion has enjoyed long-standing popularity and demonstrates unrivalled quality and strength with no change in shape, as well as outstanding safety, economy, and logic that matches the above Approval Standards.
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Advanced Façade Frame

Aluminum Handrail Frame with Baseboard for Prefabricated Scaffolding

The Advanced Facade Frame is a new type of safety component for handrail presetting work compatible with the revised Industrial Safety and Health Law and features handrail presetting, two-level handrail, baseboard (toe board), and diagonal-brace crossing functions.

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Toe Board

Scaffolding and Construction Equipment Association of Japan-certified One-Touch Baseboard (Toe Board) Requires No Tools

The Toe Board, a new type of baseboard (Toe board), is a horizontally mountable unit that can be installed without tools. Nisso Industries previous handrail preset method: With the aim of providing scaffolding that facilitates work in a secure environment, Nisso Industries has promoted the preset handrail, two-level handrail, and baseboard (toe board) as a set for the Fl present handrail unit. The previous baseboard (toe board) installation method involved mounting the baseboard on the anchoring fixtures on the preset handrail support posts or setting the baseboard after mounting the anchoring fixtures with a hammer.
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Variable stair:Universal Unit Adjustable Stairs – Ascending/Descending Equipment for Slopes

2012 Recommended Technology (New Technology Application Systems Review Meeting (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism)) Registration Number: KT-090046—V

Since its foundation, Nisso Industries has promoted the development of scaffolding for construction, civil engineering, factories, and shipbuilding to ensure work safety in difficult construction areas and curved surfaces. To address the problem of frequent accidents of falling or stumbling during construction on slopes, Nisso Industries has applied its accumulated scaffolding engineering skills and capabilities to develop scaffolding for use on slopes that provides a high level of safety.

Against this background and as a measure to prevent accidents involving falling on slopes, between 2002 and 2012, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism proposed the installation of ascending/descending equipment on large-scale construction sites or sloped construction sites as one of its measures for the prevention of accidents. Thus, the product conforms to national safety policies.

This technology was designated as practical design comparison target technology under NETIS (New Technology Information System of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) and selected as the recommended technology by the New Technology Application Systems Review Committee of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in June 2012.
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