The ring lock looks like a flat round piece of metal. It has nine openings, one in the middle and eight in the perimeter, giving it the appearance of a flower with petals. Due to the many openings, the ring lock can accommodate many connections. These also make it possible to place the rod in a curved structure, either at a 45 or 90 angle.
Because they are capable of joining multiple components together, the ring bracket can create a variety of custom fittings. People often use them for special events (open-air stands), industrial sectors (closed spaces), or when certain obstacles (such as bridges, towers and buildings on irregular slopes) prevent us from installing other types of scaffolding. In other words, ring-locking scaffolding is the ideal solution for more complex projects.