"He ask that because the job we are currently working days that we can not hand a leg more than 3 1/2" from a the bean clamp no matter the circumstance. They found a1200 lb rating for beam clamp set up 3 1/2" from the clamp and say that is…"
" It is just best practice really, a clamp has a load rating, so it does't matter how you put it on. I just try to always teach new guys the best practice, but an engineer will tell you that it has the same rating no matter how it is…"
"If your diags are not chasing, then you are leaving volnarable corners to be able to twist, a scaffold never falls straight down, it has to twist to fall, unless it is a hanger, but differnt story... anyways, unless you are unable to x your diags…"
"Yes, there is a wrong way to put a clamp on, mainly when it is a load supporting clamp. Clamps can fail, and if it does you want it to still support the load instead of opening and leaving your tube with no support...And it is best practice to…"
"safway by far has the greatest selection of material to work with, and is the easiest to build in my opinion. cup lock is the strongest, but way to heavy, exspecialy when chaining matterial 100' up. sure lock & QES just suck in my opinion,…"