Quick clamp casted for forwork system

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WITH BV CERTIFICATION FOR ALL OUR CASTING PRODUCTS.

 

 

 

 

1.Cast iron scaffolding rapid clamp for formwork

 

2.Material: ductile iron

 

3.Weight: 0.45kg or as per customer's request

 

4.Surface: Galvanized or painted

 

5.Diameter: 80,90,100 and 120mm, or as per your requirement.

 

6. anti-rust, skidproof, high breaking strength

 

7.Manufacture process: Casting or Forged

 

 

We are manufacturer for many years from Cangzhou city, all our casting products are exported to middle east, east and south Asia, and Europe market, BV certification make our products win high reputation from our customers.

 

We can supply most of the casting or forged parts & accessories for scaffolding,ring-lock system, cup-lock system and formwork, please feel free to contact with us for whatever you are interested.

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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: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:Scaffolding stuck, need ideas for removing.?
WD 40, angle grind off what you can.
Q:Erection of scaffolding accessories
When the scaffolding height of more than 20m, should be in the scaffolding outside every 4 steps to set a level of reinforcement bar, and even walls should be in a horizontal layer set pieces; set of longitudinal reinforcement bars should be continuous, and the formation of the level of closed loop; on the bottom step lower door frame scaffolding should be sealed in the mouth bar, door frame and should be located on both sides of long rod should adopt sweeping bar; fastener rack pole fastened by. Construction should pay attention to the door frame and accessories should not be mixed with the same hand rack.
Q:How long is the service life of disc scaffolding?
Will bring to the construction of a series of security risks, Hunan Billiton Industrial Group Co., Ltd. to provide information is generally 3-5 years
Q:what are the scaffolding building on I-44 between milemarker 282 and 283 east bound on the north side of the h
Are you talking about where the trains are? The cylander shaped buildings? They are oil/fuel tanks... they have a big balloon like thing with a weight on top that as it fills will fill out inside the scaffolding. I have not seen them filled in years though.
Q:The structure that acts as a scaffolding for chromosomal attachment and movement is called what?
The first one is vague. The answer could be the mitotic spindle. It might be kinetochore microtubules. It might be talking about the kinetchores on the chromosomes instead of the microtubules that attach to the kinetochores. It could possibly even be talking about the centromeres, though to me that seems less likely. Neurons in the adult brain (and mature muscle cells?) do not routinely undergo cell division.
Q:What does scaffold one's days mean? kill time?
In 60 years of using English in Britain I have not come across that expression, so it is probably rare. Scaffolding is put up to help build or repair tall buildings, so possibly that expression means 'to do something useful with one's time.' But a scaffold is also, historically, a place of execution (legal killing of prisoner), so the expression could mean indeed 'wasting time'. I have a faint feeling that 'scaffold one's days' was written by a non-native speaker of British English. It may be more common in the USA.
Q:The construction should strengthen the specific meaning of scaffolding and support
In order not to be involved in the whole system due to local errors, the scaffold must be separated from the formwork support, forming a stable system.
Q:examples of scaffolding?
Google these 1) Independent scaffold 2) Putlog scaffold 3) Birdcage scaffold

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