King Klampz


Features & Benefits

  • Tube and Clip Horizontal Klamp (KKS1000) fits vertically at two metre intervals to hold horizontal rails and toe boards.
  • The Multi-purpose Klamp (KKM1000) operates both horizontally, like a parapet King Klamp, and vertically, like the standard King Klamp, using scaffold pipe stand. This is perfect for parapets and flat roofs, tilt panels, retaining walls, as well as conventional situations.
  • Timber Horizontal Klamp (KKW1000) fits vertically at two metre intervals with brackets to hold timber rails and toe boards.

To comply with the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992 and Regulations 1995, exposed sides and ends of working platforms above three metres must be protected by guard rail and toe boards. Go to for links to information regarding working at heights.

Code Description
KKS1000 Tube & Clip Horizontal Clamp


Scaffold Tube

Code Description
KKS1000 King Klamp tubular post for scaffold tube


Code Description
KKW1000 King Klamp tubular post for wood railing



STEP 1:  The two parts of the Klamp are separated by sliding them apart to create an opening to fit the thickness of the edge to be protected.

STEP 2:  The Klamp is then positioned so that the exposed edge slots into the opening between the two parts of the Klamp. The base of the upright support rests on the top surface of the exposed edge and the slotted adjustment piece is lifted vertically until it comes into contact with the under surface of the edge.

STEP 3:  While holding the Klamp in place, insert the wedge into the adjustment slot nearest the floor.

STEP 4:  Use a mallet or hammer to drive home the wedge to tighten the Klamp against the edge.

STEP 5:  Scaffold tube guard rails are then attached horizontally to the upright supports using standard scaffold clips, or with the Square Rail Klamp, timber guard rails are slotted in place and secured with nails or screws.

STEP 6:  Finally a timber toe board is slotted in place at the base and secured with nails or screws.