Galvanized Scaffolding Tube 48.3*2.5*6000mm Q235B Steel Standard EN39/BS1139 for Sale CNBM

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  • Quick Details of Galvanized Scaffolding Tube 48.3*2.5*6000mm Q235B Steel EN39/BS1139

  • Material :Q235B/Q345B

  • Size : 48.3*2.5*6000mm

  • Surface treatment :Black/Painted/Galvanized

  • Standard:EN39/BS1139


  • Galvanized Scaffolding Tube 48.3*2.5*6000mm Q235B Steel Standard EN39/BS1139 for Sale CNBM

  • Galvanized Scaffolding Tube 48.3*2.5*6000mm Q235B Steel Standard EN39/BS1139 for Sale CNBM

    Futures of Galvanized Scaffolding Tube 48.3*2.5*6000mm  Q235B Steel EN39/BS1139
  • Galvanized Scaffolding Tubes confirm to BS 1139/BS EN 39 Standard. We have a big factory producing galvanized Scaffolding tubes 25,000 tons each month, and 90% of them are for export. Our scaffolding tubes are widely used in all kinds of construction site such as oil and gas industry, refinery industry and infrastructure in over 20 countries.

  •     We have a wide range of round scaffolding tubes. If you require a specific size, such as different thickness or different length, please send us your detail requirements. Our quotation will always base on your requirements.

  •     Hot Dipped Galvanized Scaffolding tubes are also known as scaffolding pipes, scaffolding poles, and galvanized steel tubes, round galvanized tubes.

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  • Size: 48.3 X 2.5 X 6000mm
    Zinc Thickness: 40 micron
    Surface: hot Dipped Galvanized 
    Water Proof: according to customer requirements.
     


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  • 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:Can I recycle steel scaffolding tubes by encasing them in concrete to make a stronger beam.?
You can, but I can think of two reasons why it might be unwise. Firstly, reinforcing bars are ribbed to provide a key between the concrete and the steel, whereas scaffolding bars are much smoother. This leads me to believe that scaffolding bars, weight for weight, wouldn't be as effective as reinforcement bars and you wouldn't have as much reinforcing action as you think. In extremis, you could end up with an under-reinforced concrete beam which will be brittle - reinforced concrete is usually deliberately slightly over-reinforced so that the behaviour close to failure is ductile, as it gives you time to run away. Secondly, scaffolding bars are hollow and reinforcement bars are solid. In reinforced concrete, the alkalinity of the cement paste helps to protect the reinforcement from corrosion - the reason for specifying a minimum cover - but the inside of your scaffolding bars would not benefit from this and so I'd worry about the risk of shortened life due to rusting from the inner face. At least when reinforcement bars rust they tends to spall the concrete cover off, which you see happening.
Q:How were scaffolds used in the 1800s?
Mostly the person would be taken onto the scaffold , a rope fixed around their neck, and then the trap door would open and they would drop through and choke to death , very rarely did the neck break in those days , so relatives and friends would pull on the legs , thus to speed up death. Earlier in history people were strung up from trees , and sometimes stood in the back of a cart which was driven away leaving them dangling. The platform on which the guillotine was stood was also called a scaffold at times. These executions were turned into social events and hundreds of people used to go to look.
Q:Compared to Pankou scaffolding and scaffolding have what distinction, what are the advantages
Pankou scaffolding and scaffolding to build shape is not the same, is not the same, the price is not the same1, Pankou scaffolding hot-dip galvanizing process, lasting up to 15 years of age or above.2, scaffolding, low cost, high efficiency, convenient disassembly and effort to build.
Q:What is the importance of the second scaffold scene in the Scarlet Letter?
concentration your activity on who's on the scaffold, how they react to the customary public shaming, and what the reader learns with connection with the character from analyzing the define of them on the scaffold.
Q:Are Nuclear Matrix and Nuclear Scaffold the same thing?
For most purposes, they are interchangeable terms for the same things. Some people favor one term, some the other. The ones who favor matrix over scaffold or vice versa may have some argument as to why it is better or a difference but in general people use them interchangeably.
Q:What are the characteristics of Pankou scaffolding
Pankou scaffolding, unique technology of hot dip galvanizing, hot-dip galvanizing is a strong adhesion, used for a long time, a uniform film coating.
Q:A 115 kg scaffold is 7 m long. It is hanging with two wires, one from each end?
Because the scaffold is not moving, we can assume that the net Torque acting on the scaffold equals zero. Net Torque = 0 torque = Force x distance (d) Use the left end of the scaffold as the center point. This will eliminate the Torque caused by the left wire (d = 0, so torque = 0) There are now three forces creating torque on the scaffold. There is the weight (m x g) of the scaffold, at 3.5m from the left end. m1 x g x 3.5m There is the weight of the crate, located 1.4m from the left end: m2 x g x 1.4m These two torques are countered by the torque caused by the Tension (T) of the right wire, located 7m from the left side. T x 7m The sum of these torques is zero. (T x 7m) - (m1 x g x 3.5m) - (m2 x g x 1.4m) = zero solve for T T = ((m1 x g x 3.5m) + (m2 x g x 1.4m)) / 7m T = ((115kg x 9.8m/s^2 x 3.5m) + (520kg x 9.8m/s^2 x 1.4m)) = 1.58 x 10^3 N Hope this helps.
Q:how much does a scaffold peircing hurt compaired to a nose piercing?
ive just had scaffolding done, and it was quite painful, far more painful than i was told. they just stab through your ear with a needle, but i didn't think it was that bad. not as bad as getting your nose done. but it was very sore and painful to touch for days after. hope this helps :) X
Q:How soon can you change a scaffolding piercing?
Scaffold piercings, being two cartilage piercings connected by a single bar, take six months for initial healing and twelve months for a fully healed tunnel of flesh to be formed. Don't change it yet, I assure you, you will regret it. Just be patient, keep on cleaning, cleaning, salt-soaking.
Q:Fastener type steel pipe scaffold composed of which components?
3.2 fasteners3.2.1 fasteners shall be made of malleable cast iron or cast steel, the quality and performance shall be in accordance with the current national standardRegulation of GB15831 for pipe scaffold fastener. Fasteners made of other materials shall be tested and verifiedQuality meets the requirements of this standard before use.3.2.2 fasteners in bolt tightening torque to 65N * m, shall not be damaged.

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