and Inventiveness have been the lifeblood of SGB. By adhering to the
principle of being a part of the solution not part of the problem, SGB
has been responsible for departing from routine conformity to a refreshing
creativity within its scope of business. For example, the "Cuplok
System Scaffolding", now an international norm, was invented in
South Africa by SGB. The "Kwickstage" system Scaffold was
adapted by SGB for access use in South Africa and the company also pioneered
the introduction of non-tilt hook-on steel boards, vertical ladders
and trapdoors, system braces, unit beams and seating equipment.
of the Satellite Electric System proved to be an excellent solution
where conventional scaffolding is unsuitable. A single mast, combining
a heavy duty access platform with a payload capability in excess of
4000kg and an operating ceiling in excess of 100m ensures productive
and rapid distribution of men and equipment.
roof for shows and entertainment stages allow for the suspension of
up to 8000kg of lighting equipment. The installation is performed at
ground safety level and the roof is raised and tilted to any required
angle. Scaffolding is used to support the roof and integrate all audio
supplied by SGB is structurally sound and safe and the diversity of
the company's scope of service is one of their underlying strengths.