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RINGLOCK SCAFFOLDING
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caplock scaffolding ringlock brochure
alpi sea’s ringlock scaffolding system is the simplest method of connecting horizontals and diagonals to verticals in one single action without any use of loose fittings such as, nuts & bolts etc. Just one hit of a hammer on the wedges is sufficient to obtain complete stability and safety of the connecting component.
8 CONNECTIONS IN 1
alpi sea's experienced engineering team have designed a ingenious connector technology made of 8 connections in one, automatic right-angles and flexible angle selection, self-locking (by mean of wedges) during assembly. The tight connection between the rings is the key to the entire scaffolding system. Lateral side forces on the verticals are transferred to horizontals and diagonals to achieve the maximum loading and even distribution of loads throughout the shoring.
HIGH LEG-LOAD CAPACITY.
The Principal feature of alpi sea’s ringlock scaffolding system is the unique node point-locking up to four horizontals in one single action without the use of nuts, bolts or even wedges. The locking device is formed by a fixed lower cap, which is welded to the vertical at 0,5m intervals, and a sliding upper cap. The forged blade ends of the horizontals are located in the lower cap. The upper cap is moved down and rotated by hammer blows to give a positive and rigid connection.

alpi sea
’s ringlock scaffolding system provides high leg-load capacity also provides greater versatility in both high and low support levels.
top base beam ringlock
SOFTWARE SUPPORT.
The alpi sea's ringlock scaffolding system is supported by HIGH-TECH software that will calculate, the estimate quantities to help manage your project more efficiently.

Introducing the software, a comprehensive and flexible way of rapidity calculating the amount of equipment you will need for any project. Just give your project a title and then input the relevant dimensions. Then, use the drop down menus to select your quantity, weight and price options and you will receive immediate information which will help you to secure and plan the task ahead of you.

In connection with falsework and support constructions at large heights, different systems are required depending on the scaffold tower height and loads to be carried. The most important criterion when selecting a shoring system is the level of adaptability to the formwork to be used.

With this extensive program, alpi sea offers the most economical solution for each application in the area of scaffolding systems.

software
QUALITY CONTROL & ASSURANCE.
All shoring designs are checked with NAF-NIDA (Nonlinear Analysis of Frames Series: Nonlinear Integrated Design Analysis) to ensure the entire system’s load-carrying capacity and maximum side reaction base on structural stability.
certification
ALL REQUIREMENTS
alpi sea’s ringlock scaffolding system can be used in high-tech factory, power plants, water towers, recycling plants, refineries, incinerators, large scale performance stages etc. for both falsework and access such as in viaduct construction, complete towers set can be moved horizontally using special trolleys and rails, then simply crane lifted to the next location, saving time and labor costs.

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caplock accessories
TOP AND BASE BEAM APPLICATIONS.
Used in beam and slab shoring to provide support to downward beams without the need for additional scaffolding and/or timber support. It saves time and labor costs.
ringlock scaffolding
leg load ringlock
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ringlock scaffolding

LIGHTWEIGHT.
alpi sea’s ringlock scaffolding system can be flexibly assembled and can be use in most construction projects (Civil & Building viaduct, ramp, side traffic lane, pier cap, box-culvert, drainage culvert, and tunnel).