British Drop Forged Swivel Coupler for Scaffolding Q235 for Sale CNBM

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  • Quick Details of  British Drop Forged Swivel Coupler for Scaffolding

  • Material :Q235

  • Production Standard :BS1139 EN74

  • Applications :Construction

  • Package :In bag and pallet

  • British Drop Forged Swivel Coupler   for Scaffolding Q235 for Sale CNBM

  • British Drop Forged Swivel Coupler   for Scaffolding Q235 for Sale CNBM

  • British Drop Forged Swivel Coupler   for Scaffolding Q235 for Sale CNBM

Futures of British Drop Forged Swivel Coupler for Scaffolding

1.Material:Q235 carbon steel

2.Diameter:48.6mm x 48.6mm

3.Finish:Hot dip galvanized,Electro plated.Powder coated,Painted

4.Weight:0.98kg

5.Standard:JIS

6.Supply ability:25 containers / month

7.Minimum order:One container

8.Payment:L/C,T/T,30% in advance

9.Shipment:FOB,CIF,C&F

10.Port:Nanjing/Shanghai port

11.Advantages: High quanlity,Competitive price,Fast delivery,Safe package ,Best service and OEM service



  • FAQ

  • 1. What is considerations of Scaffolding installation?

  • There must be a fire protection measures and specialist care, safety personnel patrol inspection when electricity, gas welding work on the scaffold,

  • (1) scaffold frontage hurtful to prevent falling objects protection is required.

  • (2) During take down the scaffolding, fencing and warning signs should be set up on the ground, prohibit others person besides the operator

  • 2.What are the certifications of your products?

  • Certified by SGS, BS1139, EN74, Local Test Report.

  • 3. How long is the warranty period for your product?

  • Our products warranty is 2 years.

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Q:What are the characteristics of Pankou scaffolding
Pankou scaffold has the advantages of low cost and high efficiency of the hitherto unknown advantage. Comprehensive consideration of the company's future worries, no need to worry too much about frequent accidents, high cost of substantive issues.
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:New features of quick dismantling scaffolding?
Preservative treatment: Advanced electrophoresis paint treatment, both inside and outside the paintCorrosion effect is longer than the traditional painting and painting steel tube life of 5-8 years
Q:Fastener type steel pipe scaffold composed of two components? What are the roles?
Bowl buckle steel pipe scaffolding when using steel pipe, as a "single steel pipe scaffolding"; when using the steel cross bar, for the "steel pipe based scaffold".2.2 according to the vertical and horizontal transmission force between the vertical and horizontal1) the frictional force acting on the contact surface. That is, the friction force at the contact surface of the joint is pressed to support the load of the cross bar and is transmitted to the vertical rod;2) welding force. Most of the cross bar and vertical rod socket connection is used in this way, the door frame is also this way;3) direct pressure transmission. This method is more common in the horizontal bar placed in the top of the scaffolding;4) shear force of pin. That is to say, the connecting rod and the hole of the vertical rod are connected by the pin rod through the vertical connecting plate of the transverse rod to realize the double side shear action of the connecting rod and the pin rod. This method is rarely seen in the connection between the rod and the vertical rod.
Q:Introduction of external scaffolding
Temporary structure frame for feeding, piling and construction work outside the outer wall of the outer wall for building construction. 1.1 parts1.1.1 pipe1 scaffolding steel pipe with Phi 48mm, wall thickness of 3.5mm; horizontal horizontal bar maximum length of 2200mm, the maximum length of other rods 6500mm, and the maximum quality of each steel pipe should not be greater than 25kg.
Q:Can I clean my scaffold piercing with my make-up wipes?
problematic problem. browse at search engines like google. this could help!
Q:A painter and a scaffold?
First of all...no units, no answer. Second of all...according to OSHA (Occupation Safety and Health Administration), NO ONE can walk on a scaffold beam outside the support ropes OR SET ANY OBJECT DOWN outside the support ropes. Hence the answers for both questions are 1 meter. It doesn't matter what a calculation will yield...NO ONE can walk on the beam outside the support ropes safely. Even if a torque balance yields that it will not put the ropes in compression and buckle them...it still isn't considered to be safe by OSHA if the painter is outside the ropes.
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:how long will a scaffold piercing take to heal?
They take around 6-9 months to heal completely...you shouldn't be taking it out at all. I stupidly took mine out after 3 months to clean a bit behind the bar and the bar would never go back through the top hole. It hurt like crap and bled profusely if I tried to push it through.
Q:industrial/scaffold piercing question?
trust me, bro. bad idea. industrials are very tempermental at best. your helmet will cause every problem possible. any descent piercer would tell you the same. don't do it. they take up to a year to heal soif you really want one, quit football or wait til you're out of school.

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