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Safe-Span LVL Scaffold Plank ™

The Safe-Span 2.25E LVL engineered wood scaffold plank is designed for those seeking a strong plank. Safe-Span 2.25E LVL Scaffold Plank is the result of combining the strength of Pacific Northwest Douglas fir, the first choice for strength in Laminated Veneer Lumber, with state of the art U.S. manufacturing technology. The process to create Safe-Span 2.25E LVL Scaffold Plank provides an end result that is stronger, more stable and more reliable than the other LVL scaffold planks in today's market. This strength can be seen through the E-Value rating of 2.25E. E is the measurement of the modulus of elasticity or stiffness of a plank. For Safe-Span customers, the Douglas fir species has the highest modulus of elasticity of all North American softwoods and the highest rating of any Western softwood for extreme fiber bending (Fb) and horizontal shear (Fv).

Every Safe-Span 2.25E LVL Scaffold Plank bears the APA-EWS (American Plywood Association) independent third party inspection agency stamp and OSHA stamp, certifying that each plank is manufactured and tested in accordance with all ANSI standards as well as adherence to the OSHA 1926.451 standard. Additionally, all Safe-Span scaffold planks are continuously embossed with your company name, date, mill information, are end sealed to help stop moisture entry and are proof-loaded over the entire length of the plank to provide the safest LVL scaffold plank possible. Safe-Span LVL Scaffold Plank's shear strength and engineering have proven to provide an unblemished safety record and a far superior LVL scaffold plank.

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