Ring Lock Scaffolding System by HDG for Civil project

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1.Structure of Ring lock Description 

Ringlock Scaffolding system is the most popular used Scaffolding system in the world.It will greatly reduce the cost because of the following advantages

 

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:

Pallet or bag or upon client's request

Delivery Detail:

35days

 

2.Main Features of Ringlock

 It will greatly reduce the cost because of the following advantages

1)Using less pipes

2)Easy to install

3)It can be used again and again for nearly 20years

 

3.Ring lock product pictures:

   Ring Lock  Scaffolding System by HDG for Civil project

 4.Ringlock Product Description

Type:

ringlock scaffolding diagonal Brace

specification

Ø48.3×3.20

material:

steel Q235

Finished

Hot DIP galvanized, painted

Diagonal length(m)

Weight(kg)

0.9m * 1.25m

6.28

1.25m * 2.7m

11.45

 

 5.FAQ

 We have organized several common questions for our clients,may help you sincerely:

1)How many Scaffolding your company have?

Here comes our 5 types of Scaffolding systems:

- Cup lock Scaffolding(C-Lock Scaffolding)

- Ring lock Scaffolding

-Kwistage Scaffolding

-H-frame Scaffolding

-ID15 Scaffolding Tower, this type Scaffolding is the most widely used in construction, such like bridge.

2)How long can we receive the product after purchase?

Lead time is about 30days after getting the signed PI and deposit.

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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:Fastener type steel pipe scaffold composed of two components? What are the roles?
2.1 divide the material according to the bar1) single specification steel pipe scaffold. It only uses a steel pipe specifications, such as steel tubular scaffolding, welded steel pipe using only 48 * 3.5.2) a variety of specifications of steel pipe scaffolding. The utility model is composed of two or more steel pipes of different specifications, such as a door type scaffold.3) steel tubular scaffolding. As to the steel pipe, and combined with other type of steel pieces composed of scaffolding, such as the channel has a base in the backwater or scaffolding, connecting steel scaffolding and so on.
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:What scaffold courses do i need to do to work offshore?
Sorry if I'm not serious, but go to Hong Kong as there they do scaffolding made of bamboo and 170 floors high ,2000mtrs above the sea level... Now that is serious...
Q:Where to use scaffolding in construction
Construction height of 2m above to use scaffolding. Most of the site is the exterior, internal walls and paint.Scaffolding (scaffold) refers to the construction site for the workers to operate and solve the vertical and horizontal transport and erection of various stents. The general term of the construction industry, refers to the construction site used in the external walls, interior decoration or high level can not be directly construction. Mainly in order to work on or off the construction of the external security network and the installation of high altitude and other components, it is put on the shelf, scaffolding materials are usually made of bamboo, wood, steel or synthetic materials, etc.. Some projects also use scaffolding as a template, in addition to advertising, municipal, transportation, Luqiao, mining and other sectors are widely used.
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:Piercing question: How do I know what size industrial/scaffold bar to get?
Scaffold Bar
Q:Scaffolding / Industrial Piercing in Birmingham?
Cost depends on the studio. It ranges from 20 to 45 pounds for each piercing, most common price is 25 pounds for each piercing, high quality titanium or stainless steel jewelry included. The industrial is 2 piercings in one so : 25 + 25 = 50 pounds, jewelry included.
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:Should i rotate my scaffolding piercing?
Do what the piercer told you to do. If they didn't say and you are concerned, ring them and ask. Personally I would say don't; the fluid that the piercing naturally leaks while healing can cake on the bar and dry into tiny but alarmingly sharp lumps. If you push these into the piercing accidentally while turning it it will really really hurt! They can also damage the newly forming tissue, delaying healing and possibly creating excess scar tissue. The bar will move naturally with the movements of your body anyway within the constraints of (sorry if you're squeamish but I can't put it any more delicately) any crusting around the bar. Just keep it clean and keep hair and face products away from it and it should be great.

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