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Traditionally, scaffolding is a temporary structure used in the construction or maintenance of buildings to support personnel and materials. Scaffolding allows a builder or repairman to stand on a raised surface. This surface allows him/her access to the raised area of the building where work is required.
1. The old ringlock scaffold system
2. The main purpose of the new ringlock scaffold system
3. An improved ringlock scaffolding system
The ringlock scaffolding system is composed of a variety of prefabricated materials connected by the scaffold connection system. Some existing scaffold connection systems use the ringlock scaffolding system to interconnect the poles and rails of scaffolding, as well as the poles and slants. The existing ringlock scaffolding system USES wedges to lock the scaffolding's risers, crossbars, and slants into place.There is such a ringlock scaffolding system. It comprises a vertical tubular column fixed at regular intervals by a disc-shaped metal rosette. The ringlock scaffolding has an expansion recess at each of the lateral edges of the first opening that extends essentially in a radial direction. The expansion concave is tapered on the removed outer surface, but the ringlock scaffolding does not contain any information about the device used to improve the rotary stiffness of the joints formed by horizontal and vertical tubular scaffold columns.
Therefore, the main purpose of the new ringlock scaffold system is to provide an improved ringlock scaffold system for connecting tubular horizontal components and vertical components with increased rotary stiffness. In addition, the required improved ring lock system will be able to create a greater contact area with the wedge and thus prevent the wedge from deflecting when using the assembled structure. In addition, the required ringlock scaffolding will significantly improve the shear load capacity.
Next, we introduce an improved ringlock scaffolding system for scaffold systems. The ringlock scaffolding system provides improved strength and rotational stiffness for connectors formed by connecting risers and crossbars, as well as risers and slants. The annular support structure has a top surface, a bottom surface and an opening extending from the top surface to the bottom surface. The inner wall of the opening in the annular support structure gradually shrinks from the top surface to the bottom surface. The receding inner wall of the opening in the annular support structure matches the cone on the surface of the wedge, thus providing a larger contact area with the receding wedge when engaged. The annular support structure provides improved strength at the joints formed between the pole and the crossbar and between the pole and the diagonal members. The annular support structure provides better rotational stiffness at the joints formed between the vertical and horizontal poles and between the vertical and diagonal members. The receding inner wall of the ring support structure is formed by forging. This significantly improves the material properties of the ring support structure. In addition, the shrinking inner wall of ringlock scaffolding's ring support structure increases the shear load capacity. The wedges used to connect the vertical and horizontal poles and the vertical and diagonal members are also forged. This provides excellent material strength and increased shear load capacity. The cast end of the bar was redesigned to support the wedge. Thus, the ability of the wedge to transfer loads from the connecting transverse, vertical and diagonal members is improved.