Why use fiberglass?
Fiberglass structures represent an alternative to traditional products in iron and aluminum, and are appropriate for more diverse and stringent work conditions. Fiberglass is non-conductive and non-corrosive
What are the benefits of using fiberglass?
Fiberglass is the ideal material to be used in many civil and industrial sectors and in work conditions subject to rigid health and safety regulations due to its high level of mechanical (in terms of the resistance/weight ratio), heat and chemical resistance, as well as the fact that it requires no maintenance and does not rust.
Why should I buy a fiberglass product and maybe pay more?
The necessity of using a fiberglass structure should be weighed each time with your specific application needs: the technicians and designers at Randall are at your disposal to help you to find the most suitable technical solution for your needs.
How much does a Genex fiberglass structure cost?
The price depends on a series of variables: the type of the material, the performance required, the design. For more detailed information you can consult the technicians and designers at Randall Industries.
What happens if a fiberglass structure falls to the ground?
Flat surfaces do not present a problem but if there are corners or edges the fiberglass structure could crack.
Is it possible to obtain single part replacements of the scaffolds?
Of course: in particular the modularity of Genex scaffolds means that every single component of the structure can be replaced.
How many years guarantee do you give?
For every type of scaffold: 12 months.
Can I buy my scaffold piece by piece and complete it over a period of time?
Yes: the modularity of Genex scaffolds means that you can complete the structure over a period of time as well as replace single components.
Is Genex scaffolding compatible with Genie's old aluminum(Alu-Tec) and fiberglass(Pro-Tec) scaffolding?
Absolutely! They are all dimensionally identical. The oldest piece made by Genie will fit perfectly with the newest piece made by Genex. Some of the materials now being used are actually superior to the ones offered when Genie was making the scaffolding.