At the construction site the projects requirements are taken into account and usually with the the beams of the building as reference the direction and alignment of the scaffolding is prepared. The first elements of the system the lower cross head screw jack are then placed as seen in the diagram.
On the cross head screw jacks the upright elements are then placed.
The horizontal elements are then positioned as shown.
The horizontal elements are then attached to the neighbouring vertical elements as shown.
At suitable intervals as required by the load bearing needs of the project the vertical and horizontal elements are attached.
The height of the scaffolding is increased until the required height is reached.
Based upon the type of slab solution selected for the project if upper cross head screw jacks were recommended then they are attached and aligned.
According to the floor elevation of the building the upper and lower cross head jack height for all the scaffolding is adjusted.
According to project specs. The H20 beams are placed as in the example above.
On top of the top level of H20 beams H20 plywood plates are positioned.
If an economical solution is sought the 10x10 or 5x10 planks may be positioned on top of the H20 beams.
It is preferred that as large a pieces of uncut plywood be placed as possible in order to get a maximally smooth slab finish.