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APi Construction Co. Aluminum Weather Protection System

Article-APi Construction Co. Aluminum Weather Protection System

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Through an exclusive marketing agreement with Swedish manufacturer MonZon, APi Construction is now offering the Protect It weather protection for scaffolding systems for sale or rent in the U.S.

APi Construction Co. now offers MonZon’s Protect It aluminum weather protection system to the United States for rent or sale.

Contractors often use weather protection to increase jobsite productivity and worker safety. In step with increased demands for a temporary weather protection system to shelter maintenance and construction work, APi Construction Co, a contractor based in Minnesota, recently entered into an exclusive marketing agreement with MonZon, a Swedish scaffolding manufacturer, to bring their Protect It weather protection for scaffolding systems to the United States.

This versatile roofing system is compliant with industry safety requirements, and the system can be designed and analyzed for loads according to current U.S. and Canadian standards, as well as Swedish and European standards; SS-EN 12810-1, SS-EN 12811-1 and SS-EN 16508:2015 to handle wind and snow loads safely.

Protect It is a new concept in temporary weather protection. It’s installed on top of any scaffolding system that is capable of supporting the intended loads.

Our weather protection is is designed for fast and safe installation, utilizing standard scaffold tools. The roof truss can be mounted atop any scaffold system thanks to our innovative MonZon Lock solution.

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