formwork cast iron wing nut --building construction

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Item:

wing nut

dia:

15/17mm

surface treatmnt:

black, galvanized

In application:

matching with tie bar 15mm





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Packaging Detail:wing nut - 50 pcs per bag. 2000 pcs per ton bag. or as your demand.
Delivery Detail:25-30 days after receving your advanced payment

Specifications

Item:wing nut 
dimension: major dia 17mm, small dia:15mm 
material: Q235 
strength:105KN

Item: wing nut  

dimension: major dia 17mm, small dia:15mm
material: Q235
strength:105KN

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Product/Service (We Sell):Tie Rod,Wing Nut,Formwork Jack,Coil Rod,Waller Plate  

Brands:TP  

Number of Employees:51 - 100 People  

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Main Markets:North America
South America
Southeast Asia
Oceania
Mid East
Western Europe

Total Annual Sales Volume:US$2.5 Million - US$5 Million  

Export Percentage:21% - 30%  

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Factory Size (Sq.meters):5,000-10,000 square meters  

Factory Location:No.108 center road fumin economical development zone,Wuqing district,Tianjin,China  

Number of Production Lines:Above 10  

Number of R&D Staff:5 - 10 People  

Number of QC Staff:5 - 10 People  

Management Certification:ISO9001  

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Q:why are there lumps on my scaffold peircing :S?
I had the same situation occur when I got my scaffold/industrial done. I wouldn't be too concerned. The lumps are called hypertrophic scars, and supposedly they are pretty common and are caused by overcleaning, harsh products, or (as I think was my case) general irritation from the jewelry moving repeatedly back and forth through the piercing or being bumped around or rubbed/touched. Mine lasted quite a long time. Try leaving your piercing alone for a couple of days. Then salt water solutions or compresses are supposed to help the lumps to heal, and I also used tea tree oil and neosporine intermittently. Hot compresses like a heated washcloth applied to the area help to reduce the lumps, as well. Sometimes it's recommended to try another type of jewelry, like titanium, or switch temporarily to two separate bars. You might also try finding a really gentle cleanser/soap. I just kept my original piercing, using the above techniques off and on, and after months of the lumps remaining red and sore, they just went away totally. Just keep your eye out for any pussing (hypertrophic scars ooze, but they don't usually pus), increased swelling, and the area feeling very hot- these are signs of infectiona nd you should see your doc right away. Good luck! :)
Q:Industrial / scaffold piercings - pierced with rings?
That is true, but it's an even worse idea to have an industrial done with rings. This is because your body can move your piercings slightly, to accommodate the angle that works best for your body. In general, that's not a bad thing, but with industrials, it's a problem. You may find that an industrial healed with rings may not accommodate a bar well; the piercing may heal unaligned, and wearing a bar could be painful or impossible. Plus any shop that thinks changing from rings to a bar at 6 to 8 weeks will make any difference from getting a bar initially, you shouldn't trust to poke needles in you. Industrials take 6 months to a year or more to heal. At 8 weeks, the piercings are still very much healing. So if you have your jewelry switched at that point, you'll be irritating the piercing, setting back healing, and you'll have to deal with all of the pressure and hypertrophic scarring problems anyway. It basically comes down to this, industrials suck to heal. Bars are hard to heal. But rings will often result in bad industrial placement and alignment. Just get pierced with a bar and deal with the problems as they come. It's still very much possible to heal an industrial, it just takes time, patience, and a really good piercer (and like I said find a better shop, whoever told you it'd work to change the jewelry from rings to a bar at 8 weeks is an idiot).
Q:Find the demolishing scheme of scaffold
Removal of scaffolding shall comply with the following requirements:11.2.1 removal operations must be carried out from top to bottom, prohibited from top to bottom operation at the same time;11.2.2 even wall pieces must be removed with the scaffolding layer by layer, is strictly prohibited even after the first wall or a few layers of the demolition of the dismantling of scaffolding; demolition of the height difference should not be greater than 2 steps, such as the height difference is greater than the 2 step, should be added to strengthen the wall;
Q:Questions about Scaffold (aka Industrial) piercings?
Ask how long they have been piercing and what certifications (if any) they carry, additionally verify close by regulations to ascertain if any are required. additionally ask how generally they spore verify their autoclave and while it grew to become into accomplished final time. Ask to ascertain a portfolio of HEALED piercings, exceptionally pictures of in spite of piercing you try to get.
Q:Division.. Scaffold method?!?
use a calculator you punk, nobody writes out division anymore, grab your ti-84 and type it out... there's your scaffold method jerk.
Q:when do i change my scaffold piercing?
Hi :) You can change it after 4 months usually But sometimes it can take up to a year It depends on the person , everybody's body heals differently You should go back to your piercer and ask if it's healed enough to change the jewellery Yep , it's normal A scaffold piercing goes through the cartilage and cartilage piercings can take up to a year to fully heal :)
Q:What are the general specifications of bowl buckle scaffold?
In fact, the conventional bowl buckle scaffold is made of 48 Q235 carbon steel pipe processing, pole specifications are 0.6m, 0.9m, 1.2m, 1.5m, 1.8m, 2.4m, 3.0m; crossbar specifications are 0.6m, 1.2m, 1.5m. The price of any product is determined by its consumption of materials and processing costs
Q:Bracket cast in situ beam bracket must use bowl buckle scaffold
No mandatory provisions.JGJ1622008 construction formwork safety technical specifications, is the latest specification
Q:How soon can you change a scaffolding piercing?
9-12 months of healing time so 9-12 months until you change it. You should never change an unhealed piercing. Take it from someone who had to retire her industrial piercing from changing it too early, leave it alone until it is 100% healed.
Q:Is it easier to build a disc scaffolding system than a bowl buckle scaffold?
. The utility model is mainly used for a light frame and a background frame of a large-scale concert Disc type multifunctional scaffolding, after the bowl buckle scaffold after the upgrading of products. The socket diameter of 133mm scaffold, 10mm thick disc, 8 hole disc, adopting 48*3.5mm, Q345B pipe master component, the vertical rod is in the pipe length of every 0.60m welding on a disc, rail connection using this novel and beautiful disc, the bottom with the connecting sleeve. The cross bar is made of a plug with a plug welded on both ends of the steel pipe.

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