Our Super Bracing Strut is typically used as a flying shore, however it can also be used as a knee brace and a raking prop with the use of different pivot units.
Super Bracing Strut using 400mm extensions has an external working range from 2165mm to 19640mm.
Super Bracing Strut using 600mm extensions has an external working range from 11600mm to 29800mm.
For more information on minimum and maximum working ranges see our Groundworks Support Brochure.
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