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Zarges Teletower

The World's First Telescopic Mobile Tower System

Award winning Teletower is one of the most exciting and innovative products to be developed for the construction industry in years!

Its unique patented telescopic operation means it's very easy to transport, store and erect. Teletower offers a safer, more efficient and is a lower-cost alternative to fixed scaffolding, podiums and other mobile access towers.

Call now for more details: 01908 641118

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Manufactured in aluminium Teletower is built to withstand the toughest handling and working conditions. It is suitable for DIY, trade and professional applications and replacement parts are readily available.

Safety and quality is of paramount importance when manufacturing Teletower products. All products meet the requirements of the Work at Height Regulations of 2005 and also comply with PASMA's recommendations relating to safe method of tower build.

  • "Telescopic mechanism allows seven different platform heights from 0.33 to 2.00 metres"
  • (Working heights from 2.30 to 4.00 metres)
  • Large folding aluminium work platform (1.4m x 0.7m) with climb through hatch
  • Fully erected in under 3 minutes, saving down time & man hours
  • Can be transported in a small van or estate car
  • Single person operation
  • Minimal product footprint for ease of transportation & storage
  • Operates as a podium with low level fixed height options of 33cms & 61cms
  • Comprises only two parts - tower and platform (no more leaving parts in the yard!)
  • Integral stabilising legs with 5 optional positions & lockable castors
  • Includes Toeboards
  • Integral telescopic hand & knee rails
  • Integral platform stabilisers
  • Conforms to EN1004

Call now for more details: 01908 641118

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