Light Duty Adjustable Steel Prop with Dip Galvanized

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1.Structure of Light Duty Steel Prop Description 

Adjustable steel Prop is applied to vertically support system in the construction to support the timber beam and formwork,such as the floor construction.There are two typesLight Duty and Heavy Duty.

Normally,Raw Material is Q235 Steel with Dip Galvanized

Steel Prop is mainly made up of bottom plate,outer tube, inner tube, swivel nut,cotter pin,upper plate and the accessories of folding tripod,head jack, the structure is simple and flexible.

 

2.Main Features of Light Duty Steel Prop

Steel Prop could be adjusted to required height according to the different height of the constructions.

Adjustable Steel Props
1)Different type and size for slab supporting
2)Easy to operate
3)Quality control
4)Efficient

3.Light Duty product pictures:

   Light Duty Adjustable Steel Prop with Dip Galvanized

4.FAQ

 We have organized several common questions for our clientsmay help you sincerely

1How many Steel Prop your company have

Here comes our 5 types of Scaffolding systems:

-According to the Dutythere are Light Duty and Heavy Duty.

-According to surface treatmentthere are PaintingGalvanizedand Hot Dip Galvanized.

2How 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:How badly does getting an industrial/scaffolding piercing hurt?
Well of course it depends on the person. Some people say the piercing isn't bad at all, while some say it is really painful. Some people say the healing process is absolute hell, but for some people it's a breeze. I got an industrial 3 months ago, and i would rate the actual piercing process as a 8/10 (10 being the most painful). It was pretty painful in my opinion, but the good thing is that the pain doesn't last long at all. Most people i know who have industrials say that the healing process is more painful than getting the piercing, but for me it was the complete opposite. Immediately after the piercing it throbbed and was a tiny bit sore for about an hour, then for the next 2 days it was completely painless. But after that, it was pretty sore for about 2-3 weeks, but it wasn't that bad. Now after having it 3 months, it still feels a bit uncomfortable when i sleep on it, sometimes it's a tad bit sore, but no big deal at all :)
Q:Which piercing hurts less - helix or scaffold?
Helix will be less painful. It's kind of obvious that it would be a helix is probably one of the easiest piercings you can get I got mine done when I was like 13 and I didn't even flinch getting it done. A scaffold is definitely more intense. After all there are 2 incisions for this piercings so it's gong to be twice as tough. It's sore haling too, the bar is awkward and when it moves it hurts. A helix is far easier :)
Q:Why is it necessary to keep records of all inspection carried out on scaffolds as stated in Regulation 39?
some times ppl die because of neglect and lack of mentainance so some have take responsobility for this
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:How long do you have to wait in between getting two piercings? cartilage and industrial (scaffold)?
You can have both done in the same day if you can handle the pain and shock. Get the industrial done first, and if you still feel OK afterwords, you can get your other ear done by the same piercer. Talk to him/her and let them know what you want to do before you start. If you feel like you need to wait after the industrial, wait at least a day before getting the second piercing. It's all about what you can handle.
Q:How to do an industrial(Scaffold) piercing without a bend in the ear?
This is why you need a pro. I can see where you should probably put a helix-to-helix industrial in that ear, but if yall can't see it, then I don't think you should be trying this, as neither of you have the experience a professional piercer does.
Q:What are the requirements for the construction of the scaffold eye in the building?
Calculation basisScaffolding input: for the template support part of the steel pipe material in accordance with the 1.5 layer of the amount of consideration: the amount of external scaffolding steel pipe in accordance with the full closed scaffolding consideration; safety net in accordance with the external scaffolding full consideration.
Q:Question about ΣF=0 on a scaffolding (Mechanical Equilibrium)?
You are correct so long as the scaffolding is not allowed to move. I.e. the cables suspending it are locked and not unwinding from their spools as more workers get on. More weight added would necessarily increase the tension in this type of case. However, if, when another worker got on and the tension could not increase for what ever reason, a downward acceleration would take place that is proportional to the worker's weight. Hope that clears things up.
Q:Can you identify Scaffold Grade Aluminum tubing by looking at it.?
The grade or type of Aluminum Alloy materials can not be identified visually because they are almost all the same in appearance. Normally these materials are marked with there Alloy number or designation like, 6061- T6, at certain intervals so that users can distinguish them.
Q:Scaffolding Piercing Help?!?
in my opinion you should ride it out and just clean it more often. not only will the piercings give you trouble if you try to change the earring now, the piercings themselves will move slightly and you won't be able to put an industrial bar back through it. if you can live with these go through with it, if not, wash often, rotate the bar constantly and avoid sleeping on it and getting your hair caught up in it. like you said, piercings in the cartilage are very sensitive and need time and nurturing so that they can heal properly.

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