Q235 Ringlock Diagonal Brace 48*3.2mm with L1200*H1500 CNBM

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  • Quick Details of Q235 Ringlock Diagonal Brace 48*3.2mm with L 1200*H1500

  • Material :Q235/Q345 carbon steel

  • Surface treatment :Hot dip galvanized

  • Length :H1500L1200, H1500L1500, H2000L1500, H2000L1800

  • Thickness :2.4MM/2.5MM/2.75MM/3.0MM/3.25MM

  • Q235 Ringlock Diagonal Brace 48*3.2mm with L1200*H1500 CNBM

  • Q235 Ringlock Diagonal Brace 48*3.2mm with L1200*H1500 CNBM

  • Q235 Ringlock Diagonal Brace 48*3.2mm with L1200*H1500 CNBM

Descriptions of Q235 Ringlock Diagonal Brace 48*3.2mm with L 1200*H1500

The ringlock Scaffolding and ringlock support system are popularly used in building construction, outside form, cast - in - situ beam, formworks support, canopy frame, bridge & tunnel, stage construction applications and welcomed by building construction companies, construction & decoration companies, leasing companies, media & advertising companies and other users。

Our patented Ringlock Scaffolding and Ringlock support system with surface galvanizing process provided the buyers with higher safety & benefits. Annual output: 7000 tons.

The strong  ringlock scaffold system is with 2~3 times installation & dismantling efficiency higher than the cuplock scaffolding system, but only with half steel usage and 75% investment cost.

Our low cost & high benefits Ringlock Scaffolding System with hot dip galvanized surface treatment are easy to installation & disassembly.

Our Ringlock Scaffolding and Ringlock support system with 200 KN high loading bearing capacity are buyers’ safe & professional choice.

Patented R&D and production single personal installation with a hammer only. Greatly saved the steel usages compared to steel tube with couplers.

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  • 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: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:The bottom of the cantilever scaffold must be provided with the sweeping rod
Steel pipe: (1) steel pipe with 48mm outside diameter, wall thickness of 3.5mm steel welded pipe No. 3
Q:Do I twist my scaffold piercing?
Why are you using Claire's crap? You need to be doing sea salt soaks twice a day for 5-10 minutes each soak with 1/4th of a teaspoon of non-iodized sea salt to 8oz of hot water. Don't twist them as that drags in crust and bacteria and tears up the inside of the piercing. Stop trying to pick stuff off from your ear and go have a reputable piercer check out the scabbing, it could be crust it could be something wrong. If your piercer didn't tell you to do sea salt soaks to keep it clean go to a better piercer.
Q:i wanna ask regarding scaffold to any structural/civil engineer?
It is a work safety issue. Past experience has shown that scaffolding sometimes gets modified by unqualified people (or weather) resulting in injury or death.
Q:Little help on Industrial/Scaffold Piercings?
I think industrials look extremely sexy on guys! I have one in each ear, and they cost 75 each ask to get it pierced with a smaller gauge, they usually pierce with 14g and it looks too big on most people and is more likely to bubble over. Im a girl so this wont be a problem for you, long hair really sucks with these piercings so I suggest pinning it back. Get the ear pierced that you are less likely to sleep on, getting it pulled on while you sleep really agitated the piercing. Keep it clean, use medicated or anti bacterial soap at least five times a day. clean it with qtips. uhm that's all I can think of right now. Best of Luck!
Q:Sweeping rod, large cross bar, small cross bar, scissors brace, vertical pole, right angle fastener, rotating fastener, butt joint fastener, even wall piece! If there is a cantilever frame, the main beam, steel wire rope, such as pull down support
Mobile scaffolding is the main frame, cross frame, cross diagonal brace, foot board, adjustable base and other components. The cross rod is also called the diagonal pull rod, and is a cross connecting rod which is vertically connected with the two door frames. The part of both ends of the rod part is punched with a pin hole, and the locking pin on the vertical rod of the door and the frame is locked when assembling.
Q:What's an antonym for the word scaffold?
I don't think there is one. 'Scaffold' is a noun but, with the exception of gender nouns (egs boy/girl; man/woman) it's verbs, adjectives, adverbs and prepositions that can have true opposites.
Q:Scaffolding stuck, need ideas for removing.?
WD 40, angle grind off what you can.
Q:How Long Will My Scaffolding/Industrial Piercing Take To Stop Being Sore?
No, actually, it takes 8-12 MONTHS to heal, by your 8-12 weeks I'm going to guess you went to the mall? Well, first of all, the gun uses blunt force trauma and a dull stud to rip a hole through your ear, plus that 'cleaning solution' is crap and will delay healing. There's a good chance it shattered your cartilage, so you could be in pain for months like I was (2 months of extreme almost constant pain, another 3 of dull aches with extreme pain when ever something brushed it and a final 6 of pain just when something touched it). So, yeah...get ready for the long haul.
Q:Is there any requirement for the installation of the disc scaffold?
The same height of the building to be calculated separately, and ultimately is to pay attention to security, you can look at the yuan Tuo mall information on this aspect is still a lot of

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