Cup Locks & H-Frames

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Cup Locks

Cup locks & h-frames can be erected for straight, curved and circular configuration for both access and support and for independent and mobile towers. The success of cup lock lies in the node point of fasteneing method.

Sample Cup Lock

Speed of cup lock erection

Cup lock erection and dismantling provides major savings in time thus minimizing on site cost. It can be erected 75% faster than traditional scaffoldings. When not in use, its modular constructions ensure minimal space requirements for storage.





Simplicity and strength

The success of cup lock lies in the node point or fastening method. Four horizontal can be fastened at one time making a very rigid connection. The horizontal bear directly on the verticals and are firmly clamped by the action of the cup. There are no loose parts to lose. The rigid node point allows for high horizontal loads experienced with a 57 kN leg load.


Versatality

When investing in equipment's it must be as versatile as possible. Cup lock can be erected for straight, curved and circular configuration for both access point and support and for independent and mobile towers.


Durability

With no loose parts and corrosion protected cup locks can be easily stored and maintained. Designed to be tough, cup lock is highly resistance to damage. When not in use, it's modular construction ensure minimal space requirement for storage.



H-Frames

Scaffolding H-frames are easy to erect and the combination of scissor cross bracing can be used as staging for floor slabs at more heights of building structures, bridges and flyovers.

Sample H-Frames

MINITEK Infrastructures' H-frame scaffolding systems are designed using high quality materials, rigid welded frames of horizontal and vertical pipes, the frames are connected by scissor cross braces through pins with spring clips which provides a high load bearing capacity. The product offer simplicity, durability, mobility giving you the versatility to relocate or adjust to suit most applications.





Cup Lock Assembly

Step 1: Locate the blade end of horizontals into lower
 
Step 2: Lower the upper cup down
 
Step 3: Tighten with a hammer blow
 
Step 4: A positive & rigid connection of four units is achieved in one single action
 

Sample H-Frame



Sample Hoist Frame

Sample Lattice Frame

Sample Construction Platform

 





H-Frame

H-Frame

H-Frame