Scaffolding is also known as staging, and as the name suggests, it is kind of a temporary stage or structure that aims to help people and materials move so that construction projects can be completed. It is highly important that scaffolds are strong and sturdy because a weak scaffold can result in fatal injuries. This article is going to look into the Cuplock scaffolding system, which is one of the most popular types of scaffolding systems.
The cuplock scaffolding system is a widely used scaffolding system all over the world. Because of its unique locking mechanism, it is easy to assemble the scaffolding system that is fast and economical, therefore so popular. Cuplock scaffolding has been in popular use over the past three decades; it is a fully galvanized system that serves various purposes and has been chosen by constructors and builders over and over again on some of the world’s most complex projects.
So, What’s the Installation and Locking Procedure of Cuplock Scaffolding System?
The distinctive node-point locking device is at the core of the Cuplock scaffolding system. Four horizontal tubes can be safely attached to the standard or vertical tube and locked firmly in place with a single blow of the hammer. Fixed lower cups are welded at half a meter intervals to the standards. Sliding upper cups drop over the ledgers’ blade ends and rotate to firmly lock them into place.
There are no loose clips, wedges, or bolts involved in this procedure. Cuplock’s node-point is revolutionary and makes it faster and easier than any other scaffolding system. Furthermore, the lack of loose components makes it a robust scaffolding system, and its galvanized surface makes it almost immune to damage and corrosion. Cuplock is a zero maintenance scaffolding system, that saves time, money and energy.
Post time: May-13-2021