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  1. send me a PM with your email address

    send me a PM with your email address
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    Wise words as ever Alan Layhers latest...

    Wise words as ever Alan

    Layhers latest Technical Guide appears to stop at 12.5m for a free standing buttressed tower, so follow Alans advice and go get a design.
  3. Thread: Reay locks

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    1270mm & 1040mm both c/c on standards

    1270mm & 1040mm both c/c on standards
  4. Thread: Swing gate

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    AT-PAC have offices in London, Birmingham &...

    AT-PAC have offices in London, Birmingham & Glasgow

    https://at-pac.com/contact/
  5. http://www.purbeck.uk.net/analysis.php Try...

    http://www.purbeck.uk.net/analysis.php

    Try that, couldn't be easier to use
  6. afraid not and the NASC dont produce an...

    afraid not and the NASC dont produce an electronic copy for obvious reasons but you can buy the design guide on its own at the moment for £125.00 which i think is pretty good value dont know what P&P...
  7. Depending on where you are in Oz you could look...

    Depending on where you are in Oz you could look up Jamie Robertson, I'm certain he'll have a copy of the TG20 design guide
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    those are still made, try forgeco

    those are still made, try forgeco
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    send me an email address and ill send you...

    send me an email address and ill send you something over for a copy system, somewhere i have the original stuff from the GKN days but that may take some time to find
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    Hi Jason genuine Kwikstage or one of the...

    Hi Jason

    genuine Kwikstage or one of the myriad of copies about?
  11. Thread: Van thiel

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    Yes you can

    Yes you can
  12. Thread: Van thiel

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    VR Access also list them in their product brochure

    VR Access also list them in their product brochure
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    Try TRAD hire and sales

    Try TRAD hire and sales
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    i would suggest you build it as a hanger or a...

    i would suggest you build it as a hanger or a bolt on to the existing wall.

    you need to consider what is known as 'scour' that is where the ground is washed out from under the foundations (sole...
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    Morning pride2iceman there is some guidance...

    Morning pride2iceman

    there is some guidance offered in BS5975 if you need anything more involved BS6349 gives more detail

    rather depends where on the Thames your planning on working.

    good...
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    Hi dertboll that sounds like a decent enough...

    Hi dertboll
    that sounds like a decent enough detail i cannot imagine that the check fittings are actually required but good practice anyway.
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    doesn't sound right to me Jase222 mainly because...

    doesn't sound right to me Jase222 mainly because the 'Effective length' of the un-braced standard. Be interest to see the design and more importantly the calculations in support.
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    Swivels have the same slip capacity as the...

    Swivels have the same slip capacity as the equivalent double coupler (6.1kN for a class a 9.1kN for a class B) and thus are most definitely load bearing. Not sure what you mean by catching a raker...
  19. Thread: Tube stock

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    PM is correct if its in the yard its costing, but...

    PM is correct if its in the yard its costing, but on that topic depending on the type of work your doing you may want to consider 3.2mm S355 grade tube, 20% lighter and with superior bending...
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    Ah that old favorite the sheeted demolition...

    Ah that old favorite the sheeted demolition scaffold that the demolition contractor as removed the structure that was holding up the scaffold, not that i could see any ties, but there must have been...
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    you start by calculating the base wind load which...

    you start by calculating the base wind load which is specific to the part of the country you are in, you then analyse the structure in accordance with the Eurocodes as a building with a dominant...
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    Hi Scaff101, depends on which beams you have, but...

    Hi Scaff101, depends on which beams you have, but it should have the same moment capacity as an unjointed beam, refer to suppliers data sheet. unless its a very light duty (0.75kN/m2) scaffold its...
  23. Hi Gannit depends how you connect to it. If...

    Hi Gannit

    depends how you connect to it. If you connect all chords to chords i.e. 4 double you get the same issue with the tendency for the outer of the chords to lift off, if you connect to the...
  24. Hi Alan Well found, thats a great example of...

    Hi Alan

    Well found, thats a great example of what happens, hows life treating you back in the UK at least you brought the weather with you.

    regards

    Steve
  25. There is an urban myth that a beam has to go...

    There is an urban myth that a beam has to go through 2 standards at each end, this can present problems with uplift on the outer standard, the important thing is to model the beam or beams as you...
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