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2.Brand Name: ADTO 
3.surface:hot dipped galvanized,Painted 
4.Same price,better quality


Ringlock scaffolding: 
1.hot dipped galvanized 
4.Good price,service and quality

ADTO Ring-Lock Scaffolding System

consists of hot dipped galvanized steel pie and modular components that are assembled together using integral wedge connectors. ADTO ring-Lock system is a modular scaffold system which can provide major saving in labor cost while meeting the demands for safety, ease of handling and reductions in maintenance.

Components: Ring-Lock Standard With Spigot, Ring-Lock Ledger, Ring-Lock Diagonal, Wedge Pin, Base Collar, Steel Plank, Steel Stair Case.


Feature:1.Time efficient during assembly and dismantling 

              2.Safe and simple one-man assembly

              3.No loose parts

              4.Maintenance free


(48.3mm x 3.2mm, Q345, Hot Dipped Galvanized)
Ring-Lock Standard 500mm2.76kg
Ring-Lock Standard 1000mm5.18kg
Ring-Lock Standard 1500mm7.61kg
Ring-Lock Standard 2000mm10.03kg
Ring-Lock Standard 2500mm12.45kg
Ring-Lock Standard 3000mm14.87kg
Ring-Lock Standard 4000mm19.72kg
(48.3mm x 3.0mm, Q235, Hot Dipped Galvanized)
Ring-Lock Ledger 1000mm4.62kg
Ring-Lock Ledger 1500mm6.50kg
Ring-Lock Ledger 2000mm8.38kg
Ring-Lock Ledger 2500mm10.27kg
Ring-Lock Ledger 3000mm12.16kg
(48.3mm x 3.2mm, Q235, Hot Dipped Galvanized)
Ring-Lock Diagonal 1000x2000mm10.06kg
Ring-Lock Diagonal 1500x2000mm10.95kg
Ring-Lock Diagonal 2000x2000mm12.13kg


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Q:why are there lumps on my scaffold peircing :S?
I had the same situation occur when I got my scaffold/industrial done. I wouldn't be too concerned. The lumps are called hypertrophic scars, and supposedly they are pretty common and are caused by overcleaning, harsh products, or (as I think was my case) general irritation from the jewelry moving repeatedly back and forth through the piercing or being bumped around or rubbed/touched. Mine lasted quite a long time. Try leaving your piercing alone for a couple of days. Then salt water solutions or compresses are supposed to help the lumps to heal, and I also used tea tree oil and neosporine intermittently. Hot compresses like a heated washcloth applied to the area help to reduce the lumps, as well. Sometimes it's recommended to try another type of jewelry, like titanium, or switch temporarily to two separate bars. You might also try finding a really gentle cleanser/soap. I just kept my original piercing, using the above techniques off and on, and after months of the lumps remaining red and sore, they just went away totally. Just keep your eye out for any pussing (hypertrophic scars ooze, but they don't usually pus), increased swelling, and the area feeling very hot- these are signs of infectiona nd you should see your doc right away. Good luck! :)
Q:Is it possible to use Boston Ivy as scaffolding for wisteria so one climbs up the other?
The wisteria will climb on anything and everything it can get it's tendrils on. But are you sure you want it on your ivy? Wisteria is the most aggressive grower,and will overtake the ivy, choking it out. As a matter of fact it's not the kind of plant to have close to your house. I know,the blooms are pretty and all but the rest of the plant is a holy terror on your siding,shingles,etc. If you still want to plant it near your house, choose a spot well clear of the power lines that supply your electricity.
Q:I have a contract to paint a six story hotel. Problem the roof has an aluminum skirt. Can scaffolding be used?
you should have thought about all this before you bid. Now it`s your problem
Q:Division.. Scaffold method?!?
use a calculator you punk, nobody writes out division anymore, grab your ti-84 and type it out... there's your scaffold method jerk.
Q:What are the functions and requirements of the masonry wall
security1, set up a high-level scaffolding, the various materials used must meet the quality requirements.2, the foundation must be firm, before the erection of the calculation, to meet the load requirements, and according to the construction code set up, do drainage measures.3, scaffolding erection technical requirements shall comply with the relevant provisions of the code.
Q:How much more painful is the scaffold/industrial piercing opposed to a normal cartilage piercing?
its like 37 million times worst! its really painful [Pro-Sarcasm™]
Q:In the calculation of the bearing capacity of the scaffold, what is the axial force produced by the "N g2k" - the standard value of the component?
Hello friends, NG2K said the weight of the standard parts of the standard value of the axial forceNG2K (kN) formula: NG2K = NG2+NG3+NG4 = 3.094 kN; NG2 and NG3, respectively, NG4(2) scaffolding deadweight standard value (kN/m2); the bamboo scaffold board, the standard value of 0.30NG2= 0.300 x 7 x 1.500 x (1.050+0.3) /2 = kN = 2.126;
Q:Can anybody provide me the formula for calculating scaffold volume on circular tank?
Step 1. Measure the diameter of the tank (D). Step 2. Measure the height (h) for a vertical tank or length (l) of a horizontal tank. Step 3. Calculate the cross-sectional area of the tank using Equation 1. Equation 1: Cross-sectional Area, A = 3.14 x D x D/4 Step 4. Calculate the volume of the tank in cubic feet using Equation 2. Equation 2: Volume in cubic feet = A x h [for a vertical tank] Volume in cubic feet = A x l [for a horizontal tank] Step 5. Convert the volume of the tank from cubic feet to gallons using Equation 3. Equation 3: Volume in gallons = (Volume in cubic feet) x 7.48
Q:Can a person get electrocuted if he's holding an exposed wire in one hand and metal scaffolding in the other?
First of all, are you working with AC ( alternating current - like a house) or DC ( direct current - like a car)? Assuming you are working with AC, then: Which wire are you holding? This again is assuming 120 vac - Bare copper ( ground) White ( neutral ) or Black ( Hot ) If you have a bare copper ground wire or the White insulated wire you will be fine. If you have the Black insulated wire in your hand then you are going to have a bad day. Yes to the first question Yes to the second question ( I would hope he was smart enough to let go before being too badly zapped) Both is the answer to the third question, as the person is basically an extension of the circuit - being burnt up - until he touches earth (ground) allowing the current to seek ground. All in all I would say leave any exposed wires alone until you have a professional with a multi meter check it out first. If this is in a commercial ( business) setting the voltages are much higher, not to mention it is most likely 3 phase - so watch out. All colors are referenced for the United States.
Q:According to the standard set up double scaffolding scaffolding to the number of meters per square meter
This is not necessarily the type you want to see the scaffold (open / closed) and set the height of the local wind.

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