Climb-n-go

Climb-N-Go Motorized System for Baker Type Scaffold

Model: I-CNG | UPC: 778300006083
Product description
The Climb-N-Go was designed to increase worker efficiency, eliminating the need to get off the scaffold to move it. Equipped with a powerful electric motor, it is propelled by the energy of an 18 to 21 volt battery from any one of the six largest brands in the industry. Its wheels are installed on the bottom of the scaffolding and the joystick control on the guardrail or directly on a rung. With the Climb-N-Go, you will be able to move around your work site at height in a safe way. In addition, it is compatible with all Metaltech Baker types scaffolding. Lighter and more compact than a scissor lift, the Climb-N-Go does not need a freight elevator to be moved around the job site.
  • The Climb-N-Go allows the scaffolding to be moved without having to descend to move it.
  • The electric motor can be installed on all Metaltech Baker type scaffolds.
  • Compact and easy to transport to a job site.
  • Can be powered by: DEWALT®, MAKITA®, MILWAUKEE®, STANLEY®(18V), PORTER CABLE®, BLACK & DECKER®.
  • 4,500 feet of battery life on a single battery charge.
  • Quick and easy to install.
  • Automatic wheel lock safety system.
  • Multidirectional joystick control positionable both on a rung or on a guardrail.
  • Moves on a job site without the need for a freight elevator, unlike a scissor lift.
  • Complies with CSA S269.2-16 and OSHA standards 1926.452(W)
Product specifications

Assembled dimensions

28.75 X 18 X 18 IN. (73 X 45.7 X 45.7 CM)

Package dimensions

29.75 X 14.25 X 12.5 IN. (75.6 X 36.2 X 31.8 CM)

Weight

55.1 LB (25 KG)

Range

4,500 FT (1,372 M) (tested with 20V 4.0Ah battery)

Hauling capacity

500 LB (226.79 KG)

Battery voltage

18-21V (NOT INCLUDED)

Can be powered by

DEWALT®, MAKITA®, MILWAUKEE®, STANLEY®(18V), PORTER CABLE®, BLACK & DECKER®

Standards

Complies with CSA S269.2-16 and OSHA standards 1926.452(W)
All trademarks listed above, including DeWalt, Makita, Milwaukee, Porter Cable, Black & Decker and Stanley are the property of their respective owners. Neither Metaltech nor its products are in any way affiliated with, authorized with or have been tested, certified or approved by any of the companies or trademarks listed above, including for use with any of these companies’ batteries.

The Climb-N-Go has been specifically designed for use with Metaltech Baker type scaffolds and not with other brands.

Patent pending.
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FAQ
What is the battery voltage that can propel the Climb-N-Go ?

The Climb-N-Go can be powered by an 18 to 21 volt-battery.

What type of battery can power the Climb-N-Go?

DEWALT®, MAKITA®, MILWAUKEE®, STANLEY®(18V), PORTER CABLE®, BLACK & DECKER (®†All trademarks listed above, including DeWalt, Makita, Milwaukee, Porter Cable, Black & Decker, and Stanley are the property of their respective owners. Neither Metaltech nor its products are in any way affiliated with, authorized with or have been tested, certified or approved by any of the companies or trademarks listed above, including for use with any of these companies’ batteries.)

Can I stack two bakers and use the Climb-N-Go?

No, the Climb-N-Go can only be used with one story baker.

How far can you go with the Climb-N-Go?

You can ride approximately 4500 linear feet with the Climb-N-Go .
Many factors can impact the distance of a battery charge: The battery voltage, the Ah, the brand, the age of the battery, the speed that the user is setting on the Climb-N-Go and the ground surface.
Based on tests that were performed with a 20 volt-battery, 4 Ah, it can ride from 4500 to 5800 feet.

Can outriggers be installed on a baker when using a Climb-N-Go?

No, outriggers cannot be installed with the Climb-N-Go.

Does the Climb-N-Go meet OSHA standards?

Yes, the Climb-N-Go complies with the OSHA standards.

Do we need to lock the baker wheels when using the Climb-N-Go. How can we be sure that it is safe and stable when working?

There is an automatic wheel locking system on the Climb-n-Go wheels. When the motor is not on, the wheels are automatically locked.

Up to which level can a Climb-N-Go go on uneven ground?

The Climb-N-Go is designed to be used on even ground. We do understand that no ground is perfect, but to comply with OSHA standards the Climb-N-Go must be used on a floor that has a 3-degree maximum slope.

Can the Climb-n-Go move upwards and downwards like a scissor lift?

No, the Climb-n-Go can only move on a 360-degree span. To reach higher levels you will need to manually lift your baker to the desired height.

Can I install the Climb-N-Go on another traditional baker brand.

The Climb-n-Go was built to be used and was tested solely on Metaltech Bakers. We do not recommend using on another scaffolding brand.

Is the Climb-n-Go compatible with my DeWalt’s 20V/60V Flex battery?

Yes, the Climb-n-Go can be powered and was tested with the DeWalt's 20V/60V Flex battery. This battery can power a product that needs a 20 V or a 60 V battery, in the case of CNG it works as a 20V battery.

Can I use my Climb-n-go outside?

Yes if you are working on a flat surface

Is the Climb-n-go resistant to rain and water?

No the motor was not built to resist to water.

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