Standards are what’s considered as the most relevant component in a ringlock scaffolding system because it is the one that serves as a connection point for all other components. Without a standard, you wouldn’t be able to connect ledgers to brackets, and many other components.
Ringlock Caster Adapter
Adapter for 12" Castor
Aluminum Lattice Beam Girder Adapter
Ringlock Aluminum Lattice Girder/Beam (0.5m)
Ringlock Base Plate
Ringlock Capping Piece
Ringlock Caster 12″
Caster 8″ HD
Ringlock Diagonal Brace
Diagonal Bay Brace 2.0m
Many people think that diagonal braces are similar to ledgers, and are just positioned diagonally. However, that’s not entirely true. Yes, they’re manufactured the same as ledgers, but instead of having it in the same way, the ends are welded and made with a diagonal plug.
RINGLOCK Jack Retainer
Lattice Girder with Spigot (0.5m)
Lattice Girder, No Spigot (0.5m)
These are also used for support or added weight on the platforms. This is what enables scaffolding systems to carry and hold twice the weight they were originally made for!
Ledgers are the components that bring standards together, making sure that they’re just right far from each other. It’s used by connecting it at two (2) ends of each of the standards so they become conjoined.
Ringlock Bridge Ledger
Ringlock Lattice Ggirder
Ringlock Board Bracket
These are what’s considered as extensions of a scaffolding system. Usually positioned at the end of a scaffolding system, the purpose of side brackets would be to widen the overall area of the steel planks for a more flexible working environment for the personnel.
Ringlock Base Collar
The steel planks are the parts or components that are used as the working space or area of the workers or the personnel. Steel planks are typically fixated and installed on the ledger so that the workers wouldn’t have trouble slipping or sliding through it.