It refers to the horizontal members of the ringlock scaffolding that are used to provide horizontal support for the load and steel planks. It consists of a steel pipe with a ledger head welded on both ends and two wedge pins. The wedge pin is used to fix the ledger head onto the ring plate firmly by inserting it into the ring plate through the hole on the ledger head. The ledger head is produced by cast steel wax molds.
It refers to vertical members of the ringlock scaffolding system that are used to provide vertical support for the ringlock scaffolding system.
C: Base Collar
It is a connection component of the ringlock scaffolding system. It is placed over the adjustable jack base and below the first layer standards.
D: Steel Plank
It is a very important part of the ringlock scaffolding system. It is fixed on the ringlock scaffolding ledger for workers to walk on. Every corner is provided with a welded hook. Two or three beams are welded under the scaffold plank. Perforated plates are used to improve its anti-slip performance.
E: Diagonal Brace
It consists of a steel pipe with a diagonal brace head bolted on both ends and two wedge pins. The wedge pin is used to fix the diagonal brace head onto the ring plate firmly by inserting it into the ring plate through the hole on the diagonal brace head.
It is used to connect two adjacent ringlock scaffold standards at different horizontal lines via diagonal brace heads at both ends, thereby forming a triangle with the standard and the ledger and providing a more stable ringlock scaffolding system based on the theory of triangular stability.
F: Stair Stringer
Stair stringer is fixed on the ringlock scaffolding ledger to provide a ramp for workers to climb up to the upper access. It consists of rectangular steel pipes with hooks and anti-slip stair treads. Anti-slip stair treads provide superior anti-slip performance and ensure the safety of workers walking on it.
G: Base Jack
It serves as the base of the ringlock scaffolding system. It helps keeping the ringlock scaffolding system stable by adjusting the height of the screw rod.
I: U-head Jack
It is mainly used to connect ringlock scaffolding standards to provide strong support for applications where beams require support. U head is welded on the screw rod and a nut is provided, you may screw the nut to adjust the height of the screw rod.
J: Side Bracket
It is an extension of the ringlock scaffolding system that is designed to extend or widen the reach with steel planks put on it. Together with steel planks, it forms a platform that can be used for storing building accessories.
K: Lattice Girder
It is a horizontal member of ringlock scaffolding that allow for scaffolding over large spans or gaps to provide horizontal support for the load and steel planks.