Scaffolding Forged Coupler British Type for Sale

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Scaffolding Forged Coupler British Type for Sale


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1.The scaffolding coupler is always used to connect the steel pipe as scaffolding system.

2.The often used coupler is swivel coupler and righ angle coupler .

3.We can provide types of scaffolding coupler according to your requirement.

4.Couoler can fix the 48.3mm scaffolding steel pipe tightly and make the whole scaffolding system more steadily.

5.Material:Q235 steel

6.Overall Size:48.3mm*48.3mm

7.Surface Finish: Galvanized/ Painted

8.Standard:BS1139,EN74

9.Package:25pcs/bag

10.Manufactuering as per customer requirements

Scaffolding Forged Coupler British Type for Sale


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(1)Excellent Anti-Breaking—Cold Pressed Steel

(2)Outstanding Resistance Deformation

(3)Strong Anti-Dropping Ability

(4)Longtime USe

(5)Qualtity Guaranteed

(6)OEM Service



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Scaffolding Forged Coupler British Type for Sale

Scaffolding Forged Coupler British Type for Sale

Scaffolding Forged Coupler British Type for Sale

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MaterialQ235,345steel
Size48.3mm*48.3mm
Surface finishGalvanized
Weight1.1kg around
StandardBS1139,EN74
Package25pcs/bag,steel pallet
Manufacture
As per customer requirement
MarketAfrica, South America, the Middle East and Asia



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Q: Are you a factory or trading company?    

We are a state-owned corporation in China,dealing with various kinds of building materials.We have our holding subsidiaries.

Q: Where is your factory located? How can I visit there?    

Our factory is located all around China.

Q: Can I get some samples?    

Sample is free, customer only pay freight for the first time. 

Q: Delivery?

10-30days. (5-15 containers)



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Q:Is that true that employees shall not work on scaffolds during storms or high wind?
Get up there you lazy bastard!
Q:Two window washers, Bob and Joe, are on a 3.00 m long, 310 N scaffold supported by two cables attached to its?
Both support 1/2 the scaffold weight, = 155N. Bob's weight spread ratio is 3:1, so divide his 890 by 4. That puts 222.5N. on the right cable, and 667.5N. on the left. Joe's weight spread is (2.5/0.5) = 5:1, so divide his weight by 6. That puts 165N. on the left cable, and 825N. on the right. The washing gear weight ratio is 2:1, so divide its weight by 3. that puts 166.67N. on the left cable, and 333.33N. on the right. Total left cable force = (155 + 667.5 + 165 + 166.67) = 1154.17N. Total right cable force = (155 + 222.5 + 825 + 333.33) = 1535.83N.
Q:1000 square meters outside the double-breasted steel pipe scaffold how many steel pipe and fasteners?
I have a double scaffolding erected, 5 meters above the high-profile template erection, 24 meters high support template expert design and calculation of the book.
Q:swollen scaffold piercing! HELP?
Scaffold piercing is the comparable as an commercial piercing...the term varies in diverse international places. in any case, how long this is swollen for particularly varies from individual to individual. i'd say i spotted the swelling being thoroughly down after approximately 2 weeks. Ice it, take ibuprofen, and confirm you at the instant are not slumbering on it or putting stress on it by using like utilising your telephone on that element.
Q:determine tension in a wire holding a scaffold?
call L the tension in the left wire and R the tension in the right wire the sum of these tensions must equal the weight of the scaffold and box, so we have L+R=(420+95)g=5047N the torques due to the tensions and weights must sum to zero if the scaffold is not to rotate; let's sum torques around the left pivot point, if we do, then: the torque due to L=0 since there is no moment the torque due to the box = 420xgx2.2m=9055.2Nm the torque due to the scaffold = 95 x g x 3.5 = 3258.5Nm (assuming the scaffold has a uniform density, its weight acts at the center of mass) the torque due to R is 7R and is in the opposite sense from the torques from the weights; therefore we have 7R=3258.5+9055.2 =>R=1759.1N and the torque from the left is 5047-1759.1=3287.9
Q:Snug or scaffold piercing?
I love and have both but I do favor my scaffold due to the fun wavy bars that are available =] lol. Hope this helps!
Q:is it soar getting your industrial/scaffold pierced?
Top of the ear is a bit tougher than the side (presuming that're the direction you're going), but it's not too bad.
Q:Scaffolding by probability limit state design of what the expression
2.1.23 step distance liftheight the distance between the upper and lower horizontal axis. (Commonly speaking is the high level, non-building level, but the height of each layer of scaffolding) 2.1.24 vertical vertical (cross) from the longitudinal spacingofuprighttube scaffolding vertical distance between the vertical axis. The (Generally speaking is the distance between the vertical pole and the pole, according to the specifications are 1.5m) 2.1.25 pole horizontal distance transversespacingofuprighttube scaffolding horizontal distance between the adjacent pole, single row of scaffolding for the external pole The distance from the axis to the wall. (Double row of scaffolding is the inner row (near the wall of the row of pole) and the distance between the row of poles, generally 800mm)
Q:Scaffolding decoration and what is the meaning of their primary and secondary relationship is what? Urgent, I hope you big brother to help! The
Only one sentence specifically provides: "5.3.8 height of more than 50m scaffolding, can be used double-tube pole, sub-cantilevered or sub-unloading and other effective measures, must be specially designed." The rest may be general terms.
Q:What percentage of fall-related deaths result from workers falling from scaffolding?
Apparently around fifty workers die each year from falling from scaffolding in the United Kingdom. Now, I don't know the stats, but if you think about all the old people who fall, the number of general unfortunate accidents and riding/cycling and other sport related deaths, I would imagine that the percentage is pretty low. I assume the general percentage would be about the same in the uk and us?

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