Pop-Up rebrands Eiger

10 May 2011

The rebranded Eiger 500 Tower, now called the Pop-Up Tower has an advanced guardrail system.

The rebranded Eiger 500 Tower, now called the Pop-Up Tower has an advanced guardrail system.

Although it is now known for its push-around lifts, Pop-Up Products has been manufacturing and supplying aluminium scaffold for more than 30 years. For the past 30 years the company has promoted its aluminium scaffolding under the Eiger brand. A new tower and podium are the first scaffolding to be branded as part of the Pop-Up range.

The Pop-Up Tower is the new name for the Eiger 500 Tower System, a Class 3 heavy duty, lightweight aluminium tower. Standard features include automatic platform wind lock, plus colour-coded braces, and 3T (through the trapdoor) system for quick and easy erection/dismantling.

Pop-Up Tower is available in double-width 1.45m and single-width 0.85m frames, with working heights up to 14.2m internally and 10.2m outdoors.

New features for 2011 include advanced guardrail protection, which provides a high level of fall protection during the erection and dismantling of the tower. The Pop-Up Tower also features a new lightweight platform.

Nigel Woodger, Managing Director of Pop-Up Products Ltd, said: "We felt that Pop-Up has become such a strong brand that we should extend it to cover all our products.

"Our aluminium products have the same qualities as our lifts - high quality, innovative products that are leaders in their field because they are designed from the ground up with the end user in mind."

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