Black Scaffolding Tube 48.6*3.6 Q345 Steel Standard EN39/BS1139 for Sale CNBM

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  • Quick Details of Black Scaffolding Tube 48.6*3.6mm Q345 Steel EN39/BS1139

  • Material :Q345 (Carbon 345 Steel)

  • Size : 48.6*3.6mm

  • Surface treatment :Black/Painted/Galvanized

  • Color : black

    Standard:EN39/BS1139

  • Black Scaffolding Tube 48.6*3.6 Q345 Steel Standard EN39/BS1139 for Sale CNBM

  • Black Scaffolding Tube 48.6*3.6 Q345 Steel Standard EN39/BS1139 for Sale CNBM


  • Futures of Black Scaffolding Tube 48.6*3.6mm Q345 Steel EN39/BS1139

  • Scaffolding tubes performance various functions in building & construction applications.

Especially recommended for high-floor construction & decoration projects with potential safety hazard, but requiring a convenient & safe decoration & construction operation with safeguard & perimeter safety nets.

  • Low cost & high load bearing capacity

  • Easy installation & operation& transport


  • FAQ

  • 1. What is considerations of Scaffolding installation?

  • There must be a fire protection measures and specialist care, safety personnel patrol inspection when electricity, gas welding work on the scaffold,

  • (1) scaffold frontage hurtful to prevent falling objects protection is required.

  • (2) During take down the scaffolding, fencing and warning signs should be set up on the ground, prohibit others person besides the operator

  • 2.What are the certifications of your products?

  • Certified by SGS, BS1139, EN74, Local Test Report.

  • 3. How long is the warranty period for your product?

  • Our products warranty is 2 years.

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Q:by scaffolding ?
It's a rhetorical question, maybe the girl is held up so well that it could have been something else holding her up there
Q:Can a person get electrocuted if he's holding an exposed wire in one hand and metal scaffolding in the other?
First of all, are you working with AC ( alternating current - like a house) or DC ( direct current - like a car)? Assuming you are working with AC, then: Which wire are you holding? This again is assuming 120 vac - Bare copper ( ground) White ( neutral ) or Black ( Hot ) If you have a bare copper ground wire or the White insulated wire you will be fine. If you have the Black insulated wire in your hand then you are going to have a bad day. Yes to the first question Yes to the second question ( I would hope he was smart enough to let go before being too badly zapped) Both is the answer to the third question, as the person is basically an extension of the circuit - being burnt up - until he touches earth (ground) allowing the current to seek ground. All in all I would say leave any exposed wires alone until you have a professional with a multi meter check it out first. If this is in a commercial ( business) setting the voltages are much higher, not to mention it is most likely 3 phase - so watch out. All colors are referenced for the United States.
Q:A painter and a scaffold?
First of all...no units, no answer. Second of all...according to OSHA (Occupation Safety and Health Administration), NO ONE can walk on a scaffold beam outside the support ropes OR SET ANY OBJECT DOWN outside the support ropes. Hence the answers for both questions are 1 meter. It doesn't matter what a calculation will yield...NO ONE can walk on the beam outside the support ropes safely. Even if a torque balance yields that it will not put the ropes in compression and buckle them...it still isn't considered to be safe by OSHA if the painter is outside the ropes.
Q:can anyone tell me if it is true that the scaffolding on york minster has to stay there for political reasons?
Eee, by gum, Petey.....all ye hed te do wuz GOOGLE scaffolding on york minster, in'it? And y'eed a learned they's FIXING it reckon on it tekkin 'em ten year or moore!
Q:How to do an industrial(Scaffold) piercing without a bend in the ear?
person above me obviously didnt read LOL. anyways as to your problem you might have to bend your ear a bit while you are piercing it but this mite cause the jewlry to pull forward, you could also go higher up, change the angles or you could do a vertical industrial which would look gud with ur other pericings
Q:The outer hanging scaffold board 12 embedded parts embedded in the crack?
The outer hanging scaffold board 12 embedded parts embedded in the crack, because the outer hanging scaffold embedded generally should be buried in the beam, and checking of the beam.
Q:Scaffold Piercing Im 15 Help.?
Sorry to rain on your parade, but neither of those plans will work. Scaffold piercings need to be lined up a certain way in your ear, so you can't start with an existing piercing because you can't change your ear to fit what is already pierced. Scaffold piercings also need to heal with a bar in for them to be able to support a bar. You can't just get 2 cartilage piercings and stick a bar through. They won't line up and may not be able to support the extra weight of the bar, and migrate out. Seriously, do some research and wait until you are 16 at least.
Q:Mobile scaffolding accessories prices
The cross rod is also called the diagonal pull rod, and is a cross connecting rod which is vertically connected with the two door frames. The part of both ends of the rod part is punched with a pin hole, and the locking pin on the vertical rod of the door and the frame is locked when assembling.
Q:what's the meaning of scaffold?
scaffold /, -f(@)ld/ · n. 1 a raised wooden platform used formerly for public executions. 2 a structure made using scaffolding. · v. attach scaffolding to. – DERIVATIVES scaffolder n. – ORIGIN ME: from Anglo-Norman Fr., from OFr. (e)schaffaut, from the base of catafalque.
Q:examples of scaffolding?
As long as you're on the internet, why not just Google examples of scaffolding rather than expecting someone on YA to do your homework for you?

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