Tube and Clamp Scaffolding
Tube and clamp is one of the earliest forms of steel scaffolding. It consists of clips that are connected to scaffolding tubes to create vertical and horizontal structures. This type of scaffolding is really easy to assemble and disassemble – one of the reasons why it’s so popular in the UK and around the world.The steel in tube and clamp scaffolding is designed to resist rust and corrosion, meaning that it’s a good option.
This particular type of scaffolding is incredibly versatile, safe and quick to erect. As well as being easy to set up, system scaffolding eliminates the need for multiple fitting connections, making losses minimal. They’re suitable for a wide range of projects, and some are even hot-dip galvanized to make them resistant to corrosion and even more durable.What’s great about system scaffolding is that is there are many complementary accessories available.
These self-contained, independent scaffolding structures are usually set up next to buildings, and are often used for repair work. Many of them are mobile which means they can be rolled and moved easily.Due to their relatively small size, they can also be used internally as well as externally.
Technically, shoring isn’t the same as scaffolding. Why? Because shoring isn’t used as a platform for workers to stand on. Instead, it supports unsafe structures such as bulging building or unsupported roofs and floors.
Post time: May-28-2020