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The Maxial Track Scaffold Hoist is the safest, fastest, scaffold delivery system available and is your key to winning the best scaffold projects you bid on this year.


But don’t take our word for it …

Scaffold Hoist Testimonial

… In the early 1990’s I was introduced to a machine that changed the entire playing field of the scaffold industry.
… Our company made great advances in profitability, and our work load utilizing this machine (Maxial Track Hoist). Increases in our labor revenues and our job completion times, made for profit margins unheard of before.

Brian Hill - Former Division Manager at American Construction Hoist

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I have worked in the scaffolding industry since 1988. In the early 1990’s I was introduced to a machine that changed the entire playing field of that industry. This is my testimonial…


The Beta Max Maxial Track Hoist was demonstrated to me, a branch manager, and the owner of a small scaffolding company. I had heard of this machine through acquaintances in the industry, but had never witnessed the use of one. I was very impressed. It built very quickly and attached directly to the system scaffold that we used for the demo. The 3 of us were immediately sold, and purchased that demo model with 100’ of track. My relationship with Beta-Max started on that day. Our company quickly learned that this machine could replace the old daisy chain (man-line) of equipment from the ground to the erection point in the air.


The company made great advances in profitability, and our work load utilizing this machine. Increases in our labor revenues and our job completion time(s), made for profit margins unheard of before. Not to mention being able to generate more work for our employee’s. Soon we needed more track and another unit.


After leaving that company, I encountered many other companies utilizing this machine. Many had multiple units and countless track sections. We would use 2, 4, or 6 machines in a boiler. The ground crew would generally consist of 5 laborers and a supervisor. The hoist crew would generally consist of 2 laborers, and 2 hoist operators. This would feed the crew above constructing the scaffold, generally 4 to 12 men including a supervisor. Crews were established according to the actual size of the scaffold to be built. Some of the boilers we constructed were well over 200 feet high, and bridges over 400’ tall. The Maxial Track hoist builds right with the scaffolding, as you go up one section at a time.


Now, there are other hoist systems.  I have seen many different hoists and pulleys used to eliminate the man line (or daisy chain), but none meet the safety aspect or simplicity of the Maxial Track system. You don’t have to fuel it or have wide open area like a forklift; it uses either 120V or 240V electricity that is readily accessible on most jobsites; and it will not wear out, like a man pulling a rope and bucket.The hoist builds right with the scaffolding as you go. Just add more tracks, extend the cable, and your back to work.


I have personally used these systems on bridge work, commercial construction, industrial construction with frame scaffold, system scaffold, or tube and clamp type scaffold. You can use any math formula you wish, but dollar for dollar you will not hire anyone who can perform this amount of work; without the breaks, the fatigue, or the wear and tear as the Maxial Track hoist. Using 2 machines doubles your production instantly, and provides for back-up in the unlikely event of machine failure or break down. The Maxial Track hoist packs easily into a small covered trailer, and travels with your crew or equipment. The units are low maintenance, easy to care for, and very simple to operate using a pendant control. There is simply no other way to go.




Brian Hill

Eagle Hoist Systems
Formerly Florida Division Manager at American Construction Hoist
West Palm Beach, Florida Area

The Maxial Track Scaffold Hoist Advantage

Maxial Track Scaffold Hoist

  1. Safe and Simple To Use

    The Maxial Track is designed specifically for the unique demands of scaffold erection

    • Works with Frame, System or Tube & Clamp

      Flexible enough to work with any modern scaffold system – even has a narrow track option for industrial boiler maintenance.

    • Quick loading and unloading of pipes and frames

      Baskets are built for scaffold which means no delays securing pieces for transport and no falling parts.

    • Track builds with you. Mounts inside or out

      No separate setups, no additional space or tools required. Simply bring up a piece of Maxial Track with your scaffold and add as needed.

  2. Complete Projects Faster

    • Deliver scaffold to work level fast (80 fpm)

      Workers aren’t standing on the scaffold waiting on the supply chain. Materials are delivered as fast as they can assemble and in batches instead of one at a time.

    • Consistent, all-day delivery

      No unexpected delays from worker fatigue, breaks, or injuries.

    • Fast and consistent makes for better, more accurate bids

      No matter how big the job, you will be able to estimate project timelines and labor hours more precisely when your supply chain is fast and works all day long.

  3. Generate Higher Profits Per Project And Per Year

    • 20% more production – everyday

      Free up your labor to work on scaffold construction – not transporting materials. What would getting an extra 20% out more out of your labor do for your bottom line? What would it do for your bids?
      See how one scaffold installer pocketed an extra $250k using our hoist in the video below.



    • Add revenue each project

      Once the scaffold is up, rent out your hoist to other subcontractors for use during the project.

    • Complete more projects per year

      Completing projects faster means you can bid on more work and take on more work each year – more work equals more revenue.

    Provide a few details of your project and we”ll email you a breakdown of parts and prices to do the job right. Perfect for your bid and to decide if the Maxial Track system is right for you.

    Step 1 of 2 - Project Info

    • Use to determine how many sections of Scaffold Track you will need.
    • (Used for determining dealer location) If outside the US, please provide country.
    • Some boilers have narrow entry portals that require our narrow track setup.
    • Every project is unique, tell us what you think we might need to know.
    2017 Maxial Spec Sheet.pdf

    Maxial Track Specs

    BETAMAX Maxial Brochure.pdf

    Maxial Track Literature

    Maxial Track Manual.pdf

    Maxial Track Manual

    Maxial Track SystemLifting CapacityMax Scaffold Height *(1)Track Width
    Maxial Track Scaffold 250450 lb - [ Wire Rope 250 ft of 1/4" GAC]24 in
    Maxial Track Scaffold 350450 lb - [ Wire Rope 350 ft of 3/16" GAC]24 in
    Narrow Maxial Track Scaffold 250450 lb - [ Wire Rope 250 ft of 1/4" GAC]14.75 in
    Narrow Maxial Track Scaffold 350450 lb - [ Wire Rope 350 ft of 3/16" GAC] 14.75 in
    *(1) Longer cable kits available to facilitate Maxial use on projects above 200 ft. Call for more information.

    Maxial Track Universal Basket The Maxial System consists of three main sections, the Base System, Mounting Components and a Carrying Accessory.

    Base System Components are : Motor, Controller, Pendant, Base Feet, Universal Carriage, Sliding Top Section, Movable Top Stop and Movable Bottom Stop.

    Mounting Components are: Track Sections, Kwik Bolts and Scaffold Clamps.

    Carrying Accessories are: Universal Platform, Frame Scaffold Carrier and Systems Scaffold Carrier.


    Systems are customized based on height requirements and type of material being lifted. Images of all components are shown below.

    Maxial Scaffold Hoist Accessories

    Create a quote and we will spec out all the parts and accessories you need.

    Videos of the Beta Max Maxial Scaffold Hoist in action

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