High Load Capacity Ring Lock Scaffolding Systems

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Ring-lock scaffolding consists of cup-lock connector,post,cross bar,diagonal brace,base and top brace.Safe and convenient to operation,fast to assemble and dismantle,widely used in scaffolding construction,such as formwork scaffold and fitment construction.

 

Specifications:

 

 materialQ235,Q345

 tube size48.3*3.2mm 

 surfacinghot-dip galvanized

 the usual size0.5-3m

 

Main Features of the Ring Lock Scaffolding

 

  - Using less pipes

 - Easy to install

 - It can be used again and again for nearly 20years 

 - Easy to storage and transportation 

 - High degree of standardization

 - Easy and quick erection

 - Excellent stability and bearing capacity



Why choose us?

 professional scaffolding manufacturer

 timely delivery

 authorty certification

 one-stop technical support

 decades of years' experience

 strict quality managemen


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Q:Specification for bowl scaffold support rod top length of not more than 30cm
Specification for bowl scaffold support rod top length of not more than 30cm
Q:why is steel used in scaffolding?
On a molecular level steel is ductile. The carbon steel used is a low in carbon alloys which makes it cheap.
Q:Door type steel pipe scaffold, bowl type, plate type, what is the disc pin?
Fastener steel pipe scaffold, scaffolding, scaffolding, plate type pin type scaffold is currently widely used scaffolding,
Q:Scaffold/Industrial piercing?
it will eventually go down. industrials can take up to a year to heal. don't worry about it.
Q:Scaffold piercing, Is it going to hurt?
yes i would give it a 5 out of 10. well worth it! For americans that don't know.... she is talking about an industrial piercing it's called a scaffold piercing in the UK.
Q:Can anyone give me info on a scaffold piercing?
i have my tragus and cartilage also. and my industrial (or scaffold) pierced. i can tell you that my industrial was my most painful piercing, and i have nine. they dont use clamps or guns or anything because it can shatter your cartilage. they just stick the needle through, and then put the jewlery through the hollow needle, and pull the needle back out. simple process. a little painful. likeee, a 7 or 8 on a scale of 1-10. hope i helped. good luck! :)
Q:massless scaffold is held up by a wire at each end. The scaffold is 12m long. A 300-N box sits 4.0 m from the?
And you asked this physics question in the math section of answers because? Let Tl and Tr be the tensions in the left and right wires. We are told the weight of the box is W and that the scaffold is weightless.
Q:How do I know if I'm anatomically suited to get an industrial/scaffold ear piercing?
goto the piercing shop and ask?
Q:A 75kg painter stands on a 5.5m long uniform plank resting on a scaffold.?
The mass of the plank on the left side of the scaffold is: M₁ = (20 kg) × (1.5 m) / (5.5 m) = 5.45 kg The distance between the scaffold and the center of mass on the left side is: L₁ = (1.5 m) / 2 = 0.75 m So the torque of the plank on the left side is: T₁ = (5.45 kg)×(0.75 m) = 4 kgm The mass of the plank on the right side of the scaffold is: M₂ = (20 kg) × ((5.5 m) - (1.5 m)) / (5.5 m) = 14.5 kg The distance between the scaffold and the center of mass on the left side is: L₂ = ((5.5 m) - (1.5 m)) / 2 = 2 m So the torque of the plank on the left side is: T₂ = (14.5 kg)×(2 m) = 29 kgm Now, say the painter stands at X meter on the left side from the scaffold, so the torque added on the left side is: T₃ = X × (75 kg) The total torque on the left must be the same as the total torque on the right, so (4 kgm) + X×(75 kg) = (29 kgm) X×(75 kg) = (25 kgm) X = 0.333 m That is the maximum distance the painter can move away from the scaffold, so the distance to the end of the scaffold is: D = (1.5 m) - (0.333 m) = 1.167 m < - - - - - - answer
Q:Industrial / Scaffold Piercing Jewelry?
From what I see on the site, pick the 14GA 11/4 option since it's long enough to go through the top of your ear. Seems there was a little typo on the receipt your piercer gave you. The mm measurements next to each of the sizing options refer to the diameter of the balls on either side. Hope that helped!

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