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What features do you know about cuplock scaffolding

Features: 

(1) according to the specific construction requirements, different team frame size, shape, and the bearing capacity of single and double row scaffolding, racks, sticks, material hoisting frame, climbing scaffolding, cantilever rack and other functions of construction equipment. Can also be used to build facilities barrack, tents, lighthouse and other structures. Particularly suitable for erection of scaffold surface and reloading the racks. 


(2) the efficacy: commonly used in the bar up to 3130 mm, weighing 17.07 KG. Whole frame assembled demolition speed is faster than conventional 3 ~ 5 times, spell quickly down the save Labour, workers with a hammer to complete all assignments, to avoid the bolt operation bring inconvenience;


(3) with strong capacity: the main components adopt common fastener type steel pipe scaffold pole, available fastener with ordinary steel pipe connection, strong commonality.


(4) capacity: vertical rod is connected with the axis of socket, rail with stud on the cuplock scaffolding joint connection, connection with reliable bending, shear and torsion resistance performance. And axis to the bar a little bit, node within the frame plane, therefore, the structure is stable and reliable, large bearing capacity.(to improve bearing capacity, the whole frame about than the same clear case of fastener type steel pipe scaffold increased by more than 15%,)


(5) safe and reliable: connector design, considering the bowl on the screw friction force and the gravity, make joint has reliable self-locking ability. Under the load acting on the bar by cuplock scaffolding is passed to the stud, the bowl has a strong ability of shear (199 kn).On the bowl even if is not pressure, rail joint also does not emerge and cause an accident.  



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