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Cuplock scaffolding pipe rack, also known generally by the steel, fasteners, base, scaffold boards, five-part safety net

⑴ pipe: general pipe size dimensions φ48.3 & times; 3.6mm. Depending on the position and role of steel scaffolding, and can be divided into steel pole, vertical horizontal bar, horizontal bar, even the wall rods, scissors, horizontal bar, such as oblique. Scaffold erection requirements when building frame exceeds the total height of 1.8m, generally small pole spacing 2.0m, pole horizontal distance of not more than 1.5m, even less than three-pole wall three-span, cuplock scaffolding set scissors lateral bracing. Each interval ends and the middle of the scaffolding 15m, should be set a scissors to strengthen its longitudinal stability. In the height direction, and about every 6m building and then pull crossbars once to prevent the dumping of scaffolding outside. WALL rod must be constructed to withstand tension and pressure. Specific size should be consistent JGJ130-2011.

 

⑵ fastener: fastener connection between the pipe by, right angle fastener, rotating fastener, docking fastener and anti-slip design requirements unconnected with anti-slip fastener several. Fasteners must be able to ensure that no deformation node, shelf stability is the key. Using fasteners, the bolt tightening torque twist up 65N.m when not undermine occur.

 

⑶ base: scaffolding floor-column base, located in the lower end of the pole, the pole is used to bear the load of the ground and pass to fitting, since the supporting direct impact deformation and safety scaffolding, it requires sufficient column base external strength, but also stratified soil compaction. Available with steel plate welded steel base, can also be made of cast iron.



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