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Sterk Systems launches BoSS Solo 700 one man build tower

Leading access equipment specialist, Sterk Systems, has introduced Youngman’s innovative BoSS Solo 700 one man build, compact tower system direct to trade buyers.

Designed specifically for an easy, one man rapid build, this tower system fills the gap between Youngman’s professional duty low level podiums and the company’s other access tower ranges. Its ease of use, durability and mobility make it the perfect choice for installers, facility management, retail outlets and public structures.

At just 700mm, this narrow scaffold tower will help you get the job done in the tightest of spaces. The BoSS Solo 700 meets the demanding EN1004:2004 accreditation for mobile access and working towers. Also, as you would expect from the UK’s leader in working at height, the tower system also majors on safety, featuring the industry-leading BoSS Cam-Lock guardrail frame.
All parts are stored in the compact trolley so the tower is highly mobile within a building and easily fits through standard doorways. Also, the folding base unit simplifies super fast one man assembly utilising the system’s unique assembly bracket. The BoSS Solo 700 complements other popular compact towers in Youngman’s 700 professional duty compact tower series, including the BoSS Lift Shaft 700, the BoSS Room Mate 700 and the BoSS Stairmax 700.

"The new BoSS Solo 700 is a really outstanding tower and we are very pleased to have added it to our range of access systems," Says Joelle Sterk, sales manager of Sterk Systems. "We are now able to offer the new one man build tower to trade customers ready for direct delivery from stock. Our association with Youngman stretches back many years and we now sell over 50 Youngman products to tradespeople and contractors across the UK."

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