HOBBY SCAFFOLD
PRODUCED IN ACCORDANCE WITH EN1004-3
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MAX. LOAD
Conditions / disclaimer
Warranty
Use & Funktion
General rules & instructionS for use
Packs & modules
6. Base module
200 KG
PACK 1
6.1 Mounting of castors
6.2 Erection
7. Base module with Railing
PACK 1
PACK 2
7.1 Mounting of railing
8. 3,61 m tower with Outriggers
PACK 1
PACK 2
PACK 3
PACK 5
9. 5,57 m tower with Outriggers
PACK 1
PACK 2
PACK 3
PACK 4
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
Mounting of base module
Mounting of extension
Mounting outriggers
Mounting of platform
Mouting of railing
Mounting
Mounting
Mounting
Mounting
Mounting
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the first extension
the first platform
the second extension
second platform
railing
10. Disassembly
11. Warnings
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1. CONDITIONS / DISCLAIMER
JUMBO Stillads does not assume any responsability for this material or for the application of this material in case of special
use. JUMBO Stillads cannot be held responsible for error in the assembly instructions or for direct or indirect losses caused
by delivery, presentation or use of this material.
The content may not in part or in total be photocopied, reproduced or translated, without permission from JUMBO Stillads.
JUMBO Stillads disclaims any liability relating to compensation to victims who have inadvertently breached safety rules in this
assembly manual.
2. WARRANTY
There is 1 year warranty on JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolding. JUMBO Scaffolding disclaims liability for wear and breaks on the
scaffold tower components, caused by neglect or misuse. Guarantee does not apply to normal wear and tear on the parts.
The lifetime of the scaffold is estimated at min. 1 year (according to the warranty)
NOTE: Use of unauthorized parts in your JUMBO scaffolding voids the warranty, liability and approval.
3. USE AND function
This type of scaffold is designed to be loaded with max. 200 kg.
JUMBO HOBBY Scaffold is intended for use where there is a need for safe and easy access to a task at a given height. The
scaffold is weatherproof, but it is recommended to store the scaffolding indoors when not in use. In general, aluminum scaffolding should avoid contact with untreated iron constructions and with iron particles, as they can work their way into aluminum.
When working outdoors the scaffold should never be used at a windforce
exceeding 12,5 m/sec. In order to secure the scaffold from being blown
over, or when not in use, it is recommended to move it to a sheltered place..
!
REMEMBER: Control the scaffold before use: Are the brakes on the castors
actived and is the scaffold mounted as indicated in these instructions.
JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolding consists in its simplicity of a few modular sections and can be expanded in accordance with the
following instructions.
3.1 Security
NOTE: Lifeline/fall-arrestsystem must NOT be fastened on JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolds.
When installing at respectively 3.61 and 5.57 meters it is recommended
to use two people to assemble a JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolding
The platforms must be secured with the storm lock to prevent accidental
separation (A). All castors must be locked by pressing the pedal down
(B). All braces (horizontal & diagonal) are provided with self-locking claws
(C).
B
C
A
3.2 Ergonomics
Ensure that the workplace and the access thereto is cleared, well-lit and not slippery. Lift as far as possible with your legs w
/ back straight and avoid twisting and turning during the lift. Be sure to plan the work and site configuration in relation to the
burden, as far as possible use the lightest components of scaffolding. Plan breaks during particularly heavy burdens, so muscles and joints can be relieved, and use suitable technical aids (eg, hoists and lifts) to reduce the burden.
3.3 Maintenance
JUMBO HOBBY scaffolding does not usually require maintenance. Do not use hammer or alikes to free the scaffolds from
mortar.
Do not use oil product! to lubricate claws, storm blocks and castors - use a PTFE-spray
4. GENERAL RULES AND INSTRUcTIONS FOR USE
4.1
Mounting and dismounting must be done in accordance with the installation instructions or by agreement with the
manufacturer. JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolding must be installed in level. Scaffold towers mustl be assembled or dismantled only by persons with the necessary knowledge of the structure and use. Scaffold towers can be assembled by one
person, but it is recommended to be 2 persons, as this is faster and more secure.
4.2
Before assembly, all components should be checked. Only original, undamaged JUMBO components should be used.
4.3
The castors should be mounted and fastened inside the frame´s vertical tubes. The weight must always be evenly
distributed over all 4 castors.
4.4
The frames must be secured with self-locking clips. The curved part of the clips should pint outwards and
downwards, it automatically locks.
4.5
JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolds should always be assembled on a solid and sustainable base. When moving the scaffold
push only in the longitudinal direction. During movement the inclination must never exceed 2°, and move only at
walking speed. Avoid jolts and impacts.
4.6
When moving the JUMBO HOBBY scaffold make sure no persons og loose items are on the scaffold.
4.7
After moving the brakes must be engaged at once. To prevent accidental runaway ensure that all castors are
braked before entering or leaving the scaffolds. Before the scaffold is used, ensure that it is structured according to
instructions.
4.8
Beware of overhead obstructions. The scaffold must always be min. 3 m from live electrical wires!
4.9
Lifting devices or hoists must not be placed on or attached to JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolds.
4.10 Only climb on the scaffold from the inside. Access hatches must always be arranged offset relative to each other
and must always be kept closed. Ascent and descent of the platform must only take place by the designated access
routes.
4.11 Persons working on the JUMBO HOBBY Scaffold must not lean against or over the guardrail.
4.12 The scaffold should not be used to support building components.
4.13 Do not use extra ladders, boxes, ecc. to increase the range.
4.14 It is not allowed to jump onto platforms or throw anything down on them.
4.15 Corrosive liquids and jolts are not allowed.
4.16 Do not expose the scaffold to long stays at under -20 ° C or over +70° C.
4.17 Do not use the scaffolding outdoors or in open buildings, if the wind speed exceeds 12.5 m / sec. it must be placed
in a protected location so it does not tip over, or possibly dismantled. The same must be done at the end of workday.
4.18 Do not attach advertising signs or similar on the scaffold, it might increase the windload
4.19 Always show a good example and make it a good habit to use personal protective equipment (helmet, gloves, safety
footwear and lifelines)
4.20 The assembly instructions must always be at the scaffold. .
4.21 If the scaffold is handed over to a third person, the assembly instructions must always follow.
5. PACKS AND MODULES
PACK 1 - Base module
Contains:
1 x folding frame 6 rungs, 72,5x165 cm
1 x platform w/hatch 60x180 cm
4 x nylon castors w/brake, Ø12,5 cm
PACK 2 - Railing kit
Contains:
2 x Railway frames 2 rungs, 72,5x100 cm
2 x Double guardraili 180 cm
PACK 3 - Extension kit
Contains:
2 x Frames 7 rungs, 72,5x196 cm
1 x Horizontal brace 180 cm
2 x Diagonal braces 216 cm
1 x Toeboard kit 60x180 cm
PACK 4 - Extension kit
Contains
2 x Frames 7 rungs, 72,5x196 cm
2 x Double guardrail 180 cm
2 x Diagonal braces 216 cm
1 x Platform w/hatch 60x180 cm
PACK 5 - Outrigger kit
Contains:
4 x Outriggers 250 cm
PACK 1
PACK 2
PACK 3
PACK 5
PACK 1
Max. standing height: 5,57 m
Stcaffold height: 6,62 m
Max. working height: 7,57 m
Max. standing height: 3,61 m
Scaffold height: 4,66 m
Max. working height: 5,61 m
PACK 1
PACK 1
PACK 2
PACK 3
PACK 2
PACK 4
PACK 5
Max. standing height: 1,65 m
Scaffold height: 2,70 m
Max. working height: 3,65 m
Max. standing height: 1,65 m
Scaffold height: 1,85 m
Max. working height: 3,65 m
assembly instructions
PACK 1
6. BASE modulE
Mount the castors before mounting the scaffold!
6.1 Mounting the castors
6.1.1 Insert the
white plastic fitting
into the vertical tube
on the scaffolding
6.1.2 Behind the castor there is a
bolt. Use the enclosed Allen key to
hold back the bolt and turn the white
plastic piece until you can feel the
castor fasten in the tube. Tighten
with allen key.
Repeat for all 4 castors.
6.2 Erection
6.2.1 Erect the scaffold so it stands on its castors and pull the frames from each
other so the scaffold unfolds. Pull the folding section all the way out until the snap
lock locks.
6.2.2 Then place the platform at the required height. Remember to lock the storm
locks under the platform.
NOTE: Always lock all 4 castors before entering the scaffold!
The castors are locked by pressing the brake down.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
PACK 1
PACK 2
7. BASE MODULE WITH RAILING
Follow the instructions from point 6. BASE MODUL, until 6.2.2 and
then continue with the following. If the platform is located on the top
rung, it may be advantageous to move it a few rungs down and mount
from there.
NOTE: Always lock all 4 castors before entering the scaffold!
The castors are locked by pressing the brake down.
7.1 Mounting the guardrail
7.1.1 Mount the guardrail frames on both sides of the scaffold. Remember to
secure the frame by pushing the clip through the hole in the frame until the clip is
locked.
7.1.2 Mount two double guardrails. Remember to mount the guardrail from the
inside onto the vertical tubes. Be aware that the claws locks correctly.
7.1.3 Now the platform can be moved
to the top rung on
the base modul (rung
6 from below). Remember to secure
the platform with the
storm locks!
assembly instructions
PACK 1
PACK 2
PACK 3
PACK 5
8. 3,61 m TOWER W/OUTRIGGERS
Follow instructions from point 6. BASE MODUL, until point 6.2.2
and continue with the following.
8.1 Mounting the base section
8.1.1 Ensure that the platform is located on the highest rung & mount a
horizontal brace on the vertical tube
- right over the bottom rung.
The horizontal brace shall sit on the
opposite side of the fixed folding part
and must be mounted from the inside onto the vertical tube - just above the bottom rung. Ensure that the
claws are locked correctly.
8.2 Mounting the extension
8.2.1 Start mounting a guardrail frame on the top of each
7 rungs frame. Remember to
ensure each frame with the
clips!
NOTE: Always lock all 4 castors before entering the scaffold!
The castors are locked by pressing the brake down.
8.2.2 Mount the assemled frames on top of the
base section. Remember
to ensure the frames
with the clips!
8.2.3 When both sides
are mounted, the diagonals can be placed on
both sides. Remember
to place them opposite
ech other. Ensure that
the claws are locked correctly.
8.3 Mounting the outriggers
8.3.1 To mount outriggers follow the diagram 8.3.1a - 8.3.1b. Place the couplers on
the outriggers prop around the vertical tube on the frame right above the 4th. rung.
Fastend the couplers. Place the top couplers on the outrigger around the frame´s
vertical tube and fasten loosely. Push the outrigger down with one hand until the outriggers foot is resting securely on the ground. Fastend the couplers.
8.3.1a: Freestanding
8.3.1b: Against a wall
8.4 Mounting the platform
8.4.1 We recommend two people
for the mounting of the platform
(otherwise a ladder can be used).
Each person grabs one end of the
platform and with a slight angle on
the platform they step up inside the
scaffold and mount the platform on
top of the 7-rungs frame - just below
the guardrail frame. Remember
to secure the platform with storm
locks! .
8.5 Mounting the guardrail
8.5.1 Climb up onto the
platform and install a double
guardrail on each side. They
should be placed on the vertical tube of the guardrail frame
- inside and out. Remember to
make sure that the claws are
securely attached around the
tube and lock correctly.
8.5.2 Now mount the toeboard. This should simply be
folded out and laid in place
around the platform.
assembly instructions
9. 5,57 m TOWER W/OUTRIGGERS
Follow instructions from point 6. BASE MODUL, until point 8.1.1
and continue with the following.
NOTE: Always lock all 4 castors before entering the scaffold! The castors are locked by pressing the brake down.
9.1 Mounting the first extension
9.1.1 Mount the two 7
rungs frames on each
side. Remember to ensure with the clips.
9.2 Mounting the first platform
(middle section)
9.2.1 Place the first platform on the top
rung of the extension. It is recommended that two persons mount the platform
(otherwise a ladder can be used). Each
person grabs one end of the platform and
with a slight angle on the platform they
step up inside the scaffold and place the
platform. Remember to secure the platform with storm locks!
9.3 Mounting the second extension
9.3.1 Start by mounting the guardrail
frame on top of the two 7 rungs frames.
Remember to ensure with the clips. Then
mount the assembled frames. Remember to ensure with the clips.
9.1.2 Then mount diagonals. Remember that they
must not be placed on
the same side or parallel
- install diagonals on each
side in an opposite position. Ensure that the claws
are locked correctly!
9.3.2 Now mount the
next double guardrail.
One on each
side mounted inside on the
vertical tube. The bottom
claws on each guardrail
must be placed right above the 2. rung over the
platform.
9.3.3 Mount the diagonals. Remember that the
diagonals must be placed
on each side in a cross!
Ensure that the claws
are locked correctly.
9.4 Mounting the second platform
9.4.1 Mount the platform on the
top rung on the 7 rungs frame. Remember to secure with the storm
locks.
9.5 Mounting the guardrail
9.5.1 Climb up onto the platform and
mount the double guardrail - one on
each side. They should be placed on
the vertical tube on guardrail frame inside and out. Ensure that the claws
lockes tightly around the tube.
9.5.2 Now mount the toeboard on
the top platform. This should simply
be folded out and laid in place around
the platform.
10. DISASSEMBLY
JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolds are disassembled in the reverse order of the assembling.
Also, during disassembling there must be platforms and guardrails mounted on the
middle section to assure a safe disassembling.
Do not throw any scaffold parts down on the ground.
The castors must be locked.
During transport avoid jolting, it can damage the tube profile.
11. PRECAUTIONS
JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolding must only be installed and assembled by persons over 18
years, and only when the user has been carefully instructed in use.
JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolding must not be used for any purpose
other than scaffolding work.
JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolding may be loaded with max. 200 kg.
!
At standing heights exceeding 2 m a guardrail must be mountMAX. 200 kg
ed. Precausions should be taken at standig heigts lower than
2 m, if the nature of the work is causing a danger of falling,
or if falling down on the surrounding surfaces is associated with a particular hazard.
If the height exceeds 2 m outriggers must be mounted
• JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolds must only be erected on stable and
solid ground.
• Min. distance to live electric wires: 3 m.
• Avoid installation of advertising signs or similar, they might increase the wind load.
• NEVER increase the range with use of ladders etc.
• The scaffold should never be used to fastend or support loose
building components.
• Avoid erecting on places where people and animals move
around. Any passage under the scaffold must be shielded effectively.
• Stay organized on the scaffold, so you avoid the risk of losing
objects.
Regularly examine the scaffold for defects. Use of damaged components is not allowed. Erection and use must only occur when all scaffolding parts are in good conditions.
Lifeline/fall-arrest systems must NOT be fastend on JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolds.
JUMBO HOBBY Scaffolding may only be used with other equipment approved by
JUMBO Stillads A / S. In case of design changes it will be at your own risk.
Protect the storm locks, claws and castors against bumps and dirt.
For further technical questions please contact:
JUMBO Stillads A/S, Staalvej 9-23, 6000 Kolding
Tel: 75 50 50 75 • Web: www.jumbo.as
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