Galvanzied Casting Steel Ledger End for Ringlock Scaffolding System

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Model Number:
SCRLAS01
Name:
Casting Steel Ledger End for Ringlock System
Catagory:
Ringlock Scaffolding Accessory
Material:
Steel Q235/345
Surface:
Hot Dipped Galvanzied/Self Color
Process:
Casting
Size:
As Clinets Requirement
Weight:
0.5-0.8kgs,
Manufacturer:
OEM is Available
Advantage:
Strengthen, high quality
Application:
connecting the ledger and standard

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:As the Requirement of Clients
Delivery Detail:15days

Specifications

Casting Steel Ledger End for Ringlock Scaffolding
Material: Steel Q235/Q345
Surface:Galvanzied
Manufacturer, OEM
ISO, EN74


Product Description
Name: Casting Steel Ledger End for Ringlock System

Category: Scaffolding system

Material: Steel (Q235/Q345)

Surface:  Electro Galvanized/Self Color/Painted/HDG

Application: Connecting ledger and standard

Advantage:  Durable, Stable, Skid-proof, Antirust, Easy to assemble & Dismantle

OEM service is available

Items or goods can be manufactured according to your standards

Company Information
1.We are the biggest and most efficient manufacturer and world wide exporter of formwork and scaffolding System and accessories in China.

2.We have more than ten years manufacturing and exporting experience of formwork and scaffolding System and accessories.

3.We have extensive and comprehensive quality control system recognised world wide.

4.Your job will be in good hands as we have all round experienced staff in all our departments.

5.Our prices are very much competitive and open to negotiation.


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Q:Exterior wall scaffold construction plan?
Big bar:The large cross bar is arranged above the cross bar, and the inner side of the vertical rod is fastened with a right angle fastener and a vertical rod, and the length of the utility model is not less than 6m of the span of the 3m. The large cross bar is connected with a butt fastener, and the joint is arranged in a staggered way, not in the same time and in the same distance. The horizontal distance of adjacent joints shall not be less than 50cm. The distance from the joint to the riser is not more than 50cm
Q:Scaffolding Piercing Help?!?
in my opinion you should ride it out and just clean it more often. not only will the piercings give you trouble if you try to change the earring now, the piercings themselves will move slightly and you won't be able to put an industrial bar back through it. if you can live with these go through with it, if not, wash often, rotate the bar constantly and avoid sleeping on it and getting your hair caught up in it. like you said, piercings in the cartilage are very sensitive and need time and nurturing so that they can heal properly.
Q:A painter is standing on a scaffold raising at a constant speed. He pushes a can over at 15.00 meters.?
The initial velocity is not zero since the scaffold is moving upward when the can gets pushed over. And final velocity, vf, does not represent the speed of the scaffold (if that is what you're trying to solve). y = (vo)(t) - (1/2)gt² 15 m = (vo)(3.25 s) - (1/2)(9.81 m/s²)(3.25 s)² vo = +20.5 m/s
Q:what is scaffolding in early childhood?
Maybe this will help: scaffolding is the support provided by adults working with a child to help promote and extend development of knowledge and skills. It can mean asking appropriate questions to help extend a child's thought process, or providing suitable activities to help a child learn through hands-on activities. Look it up in your textbook and read the definition and apply it to my explanation above for a deeper understanding, and don't be afraid to ask your instructor questions like this! That's what s/he is there for!
Q:Can anyone give me a detailed design of a simple scaffolding?
can't draw here, but it's just an x with a flat board on top in 3 dimensions.
Q:How to calculate the double wall scaffolding
The adjustment coefficient of the bearing capacity of the foundation: KC = 0.400;The average pressure of the bottom of the vertical rod foundation, P = N/A =84.900 kN/m2;Among them, the superstructure to the top surface of the axial force design value: N = 7.641 kN;Basal area (M2):A = 0.090 m2.P=84.900 = fg=200.000 kN/m2. Calculation of bearing capacity of foundation!
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:Find the demolishing scheme of scaffold
Removal methodThe development of the demolition plan, the program should include the removal of the steps and methods, safety measures, etc.. Demolition order should be observed from top to bottom, the first after the demolition, after taking the first demolition principle. That is, first remove the railings, scaffolding, scissors support, diagonal bracing, and then small beams, large cross bars, vertical poles, etc., and according to the principle of one step clear in order to be prohibited from top to bottom at the same time the demolition work. Remove the shelf of the high-altitude personnel should wear safety helmet, safety belt, wear soft shoes on the shelf, at the same time, around the railing or set up a warning sign and a special command, in order to avoid casualties.
Q:is my scaffolding piercing infected/?
It could be infected or it could just be irritated, kind of hard to say. Irritation is usually red, sore, maybe swollen. Infected is red, swollen, painful, hot to the touch, dark yellow to green discharge. Best bet is to do warm sea salt soaks 2-3 times a day for 10-15 minutes each (1/4 teaspoon sea salt per 8oz water) and hit up your piercer for a professional opinion. Do NOT remove the jewelry until you are 100% sure it isn't infected.
Q:scaffolding piercing.. do they hurt? and how much are they in england? thanks x?
Yes they hurt but like all piercings if you look after them then it wont hurt for long. If you don't like pain don't get them. I can't tell you what they cost in England as you posted your question in the Australia section.

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