The locking node is formed by two cups, a fixed lower cup which is welded to the vertical member at every 500mm intervals and a sliding upper cup. First the forged blade ends of the horizontal member are connected loosely but safely to the lower cup.
1. Diagonal Description
1.8 x 1.5M Cup-Lock Diagonal Brace Hot Dipped Galvanized
1.8 x 2.0M Cup-Lock Diagonal Brace Hot Dipped Galvanized
2.5 x 1.5M Cup-Lock Diagonal Brace Hot Dipped Galvanized
2.5 x2.0M Cup-Lock Diagonal Brace Hot Dipped Galvanized
3.0 x2.0M Cup-Lock Diagonal Brace Hot Dipped Galvanized
Standard with Spigots
1.0M Cup-Lock Standard, Hot Dipped Galvanized
2.0M Cup-Lock Standard, Hot Dipped Galvanized
3.0M Cup-Lock Standard, Hot Dipped Galvanized
0.4M Cup-Lock Standard, Hot Dipped Galvanized
Standard without Spigots
0.8M Cup-Lock Standard, Hot Dipped Galvanized
1.3M Cup-Lock Standard, Hot Dipped Galvanized
1.8M Cup-Lock Standard, Hot Dipped Galvanized
2.3M Cup-Lock Standard, Hot Dipped Galvanized
3. Cup-Lock Ledger
0.6M Cup-Lock Ledger, Hot Dipped Galvanized
0.9M Cup-Lock Ledger, Hot Dipped Galvanized
1.0M Cup-Lock Ledger, Hot Dipped Galvanized
1.2M Cup-Lock Ledger, Hot Dipped Galvanized
1.3M Cup-Lock Ledger, Hot Dipped Galvanized
1.6M Cup-Lock Ledger, Hot Dipped Galvanized
1.8M Cup-Lock Ledger, Hot Dipped Galvanized
2.3M Cup-Lock Ledger, Hot Dipped Galvanized
4. Cup-Lock Intermediate Transom
Cup-Lock Intermediate Transom
0.565M Cup-Lock Intermediate Transom
0.795M Cup-Lock Intermediate Transom
1.3M Cup-Lock Intermediate Transom
1.8M Cup-Lock Intermediate Transom
Packing & Shipping
Packaging Details: Steel pallets, Customized package
Delivery Detail: 15-25Days
- Q:Does anyone know of a book on general Japanese history? I just need a scaffold.?
- Henshall, a New Zealand professor of Japanese studies, has written a lively and literate introduction to the vast sweep of Japanese history, providing a well-balanced overview that is accessible to the novice without being at all dumbed down. Although his emphasis is on political history, he devotes enough attention to cultural, literary, religious, and economic developments to give the reader a good sense of these spheres as well. He even manages to flavor the text with excerpts from poetry and key historical documents. Roughly equal weight is given to pre-modern and modern Japan. Henshall focuses on key issues in each of his six chapters and provides very useful tables summarizing both historical chronology and the main values and practices that characterized each period. A paperback version of this book, if made available, would find its way into many university surveys of East Asian history.
- Q:Full house scaffolding height of more than the number of meters experts need to do?
- With the China construction market is becoming more mature and perfect, bamboo scaffolding has been gradually out of the construction market, only in some remote and backward areas are still in use; and the door type scaffolding, scaffolding used only in small amounts, municipal bridge engineering, ordinary steel tubular scaffolding because of many advantages of the simple maintenance and long service life and low input cost, Chinese occupy more than 70% of the domestic market, and have larger development space.
- Q:I am considering getting an ear scaffolding, and was wondering, is it girly???
- kinda but i still have one and i love it!!! so do the girls!
- Q:Can any one tell me more about scaffolding?
- Sorry I don't have links.But I have had the tube type for over 20yrs.The components are :cross bar decks or planks leveling pads scaffold ends(thats what we called them) You should be able to call your local rentall place and find out where you can purchase some or you might be able to purchase theirs at a good price.One more piece you may want to consider depending on how high you go is called a wall tie.always make sure your scaffold is level both ways!it makes a difference when you start to stack or tie together in a string.goodluck
- Q:Does getting a scaffold piercing hurt?
- No good piercer (in the United States) would do an industrial/scaffold piercing on someone younger then 16 with parental consent. Any piercing (even lobes) is better done with a needle. The needle hurts less, is sterile (where a gun can't be sterilized), and the piercer has lots of experience and will use the right length of jewelry for YOUR anatomy. Mine didn't hurt much..the second hole was definately worse then the first though. It may be sore for months afterwords, they take a year to heal. The one I've had for 3 years still gets sore although it's fully healed.
- Q:What is scaffolding in ESL?
- A scaffold is a type of support that you use before a building is finished and doesn't need support. In ESL, it means you don't begin with full submersion into the language like you would with a native at once, especially if the child is older. You use simple english, instead of regular free writing you might use more structured activities at first, and you teach the students how to use 'context clues' and how to figure out the parts of the language they don't know based on what they do know and the situational aspects. Of course, the scaffolding is supposed to be temporary, you gradually pull it away until there is no scaffolding.
- Q:Industrial/Scaffold Piercings.?
- I think they're pretty awesome when they're well done and tragic when they're not. Unless the angle is absolutly perfect, they'll never heal. So an exceptional piercer is an absolut must.
- Q:Scaffolding Piercing swelling time?
- Mine took about a week, but only the first 4/5 days were really bad. Taking something with ibuprofen or anything meant for swelling or an anti-inflammatory should help :) Don't try ice though, that just made it worse for mine.
- Q:A 51.0 painter is on a uniform 23.0 scaffold supported from above by ropes . There is a 2.0 pail of paint t?
- Let the scaffold be extended beyond 1m. Let the man walk beyond the right rope. Now tension in the left rope will be zero, if balanced. No units are given Now to the left of the right rope there are two forces, 1. due to the pail and 2. due to the weight of the scaffold. To the right of the right rope the man is standing at a distance d m from the right rope. Taking moment about the right rope, 23*2 + 2*3 = 51* d d = 1.01 m Since the scaffold has an extension of 1m from the right rope, the man go to the extreme right end of the right rope. ======================================... Suppose he moves to the left of the left rope, then the tension in the right rope is zero Taking moment about the left rope, 51* d = 23*2 + 2*1 d = 0.94 m That is from the left end this distance is 1- 0.94 = 0.06 m ===========================
- Q:I can get a scaffold piercing bar out of my ear HELP!?
- Try wearing latex gloves (if you aren't allergic to latex.) This can hep you get a grip on the ends. You can go to your piercer and they will help you take it out. If you don't want to lose the piercing altogether, you can ask them to put small rings in it. This should ease and pressure and discomfort you are having.
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