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    Quote Originally Posted by Garry Adams View Post
    Aye, the Daddy of them all…ingenious design, quality sprung steel band hence the uncertainty of the direction of the Rick o' Shay when it hit the deck from hight…

    Question : Urban Myth… True or False…

    B & P + D/H were first used in conjunction with 1 inch and 27/28 th's O/D water pipes ( Maximum Length of water pipes just so happened to be 21 Feet )

    The only coupler you can deploy with two six inch nails
    Interesting. Never heard that before.

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    True.. from what the old cockney that taught me said, and he nether ever told a lie..lol

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    I posted some chair pictures under my personal handle scaff a few years ago
    Also good for gantries, trying to get drop forged doubles in a tight space is great if you want a black mans pinch

    I had the pleasure of handling a 3" band & plate once, you wouldn't want to carry a sack of them up a ladder

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    Quote Originally Posted by swiftscaffolding View Post
    I posted some chair pictures under my personal handle scaff a few years ago
    Also good for gantries, trying to get drop forged doubles in a tight space is great if you want a black mans pinch

    I had the pleasure of handling a 3" band & plate once, you wouldn't want to carry a sack of them up a ladder
    19th February 2010 to be precise, Alan Reade may recognise the colour

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    used the 3 inch band and plate in the pendents in the boilers lol many moons ago

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    I did my apprenticeship in the 80s with a company called walter Lawrence who emulated sgb in every way,as stated the chair increased pressure against the standard and ledger creating a stronger node point and increasing the slip resistance taking it from 6.25kn to 12.5kn as highlighted by Mr Reade,I hope all are well absence makes the heart grow fonder 😉😉

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