Multidirectional scaffolding GBM certified EN 17067:2013

The ideal solution for the design and construc- tion of complex scaffolding.

The GBM multidirectional system

The GBM multidirectional system is the ideal solution for the design and construction of complex scaffolding in sectors of use where the traditional techniques for such constructions cannot be exploited to the fullest. The system is insuperable in terms of versatility of use, assembly speed and convenience, also thanks to a wide range of accessories.

The main element of the GBM system is the 8-connection rosette, welded to the mounted elements every 50 cm, on which it is possible to quickly and safely connect braces and ledgers forming the basis for countless configurations of use.

The GBM scaffolding is built with quality steel and is protected by a galvanizing sur- face treatment, which pro- tects it from corrosion caused by bad weather and use, thus avoiding continuous maintenance

The GBM multidirectional system is compatible with other brands such as Pilosio, Condor, Ceta, Altrad, Plettac, Lahyer, Alfix.

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