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Old 05-14-2019, 01:40 PM   #1
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I 60' x 70' swimming pool with a 10' wide perimeter pool deck. the deck is strictly limited on weight . and the empty pool floor is even more limited. the trusses need to be cleaned, the rust needs to be neutralized and then sealed and painted.

my issue is i cant use anything over 4k lbs on the side decks so lifts are pretty much not viable. especially not in the pool which tapers from 4' to 9' on the deep end. scaffolding the whole pool costs more then the work needed to complete the task.

so i am looking for options . Is there a trolly system that can attach to the trusses, or some sort of alternative to lifts ladders and scaffold?

thanks in advance.
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Old 05-14-2019, 02:47 PM   #2
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This https://www.thecut.com/2018/03/ski-l...o-georgia.html
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Old 05-14-2019, 04:19 PM   #3
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that was not helpful at all
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You mentioned trusses, does it have a roof/ceiling with any I-beams? If you've got I-Beams overhead You can use a beam roller with a single basket stage, we sprayed a 180,000 square ft. factory ceiling using this method, we rented from Spider Staging!
http://spiderstaging.com/PDF%20Files...m%20Roller.pdf

A pic or two would be helpful.
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thank you this is what i am looking for. do you have any photos of it in use?i'll get some pics today.
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i cant post pics yet i have to post like 16 more messages but if you add the world wide web portion this should get you to a pic with the trusses.


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thank you this is what i am looking for. do you have any photos of it in use?i'll get some pics today.
Nothing showed up on the pics related to the pool. I don't have any seeing as we did this like 40 years ago, but I would contact or visit Spider Staging.

The link is what the roller looks like, you need to set an extension ladder leaning snug to the I-Beam, take your roller that is attached to your basket climb up attach it to the bottom of the beam then tighten the T to secure it and make sure that the length you are moving on doesn't have any notches or gaps in the beam, if there is a gap etc. put a c clamp at that point so you don't roll off!
We used this with a single stage basket, you might be able to rig two together with a platform in-between, Give a staging rep a call and they will most likely have a solution!
http://spiderstaging.com/PDF%20Files...m%20Roller.pdf
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How about a genie runabout lift, they only weight 2,500lbs or a rolling scaffold?
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issue with the genie is there is a floor incline from deep end to shallow that is greater then the out riggers can adjust for.
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issue with the genie is there is a floor incline from deep end to shallow that is greater then the out riggers can adjust for.
Did you talk to or visit a staging company in your area?
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