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When building a structure, it’s vital to ensure that each component is suited to the weight it will carry. To help you select the right metal joints, we have performed tests to accurately measure their respective weight capacity.
Save time and money; be sure to plan the necessary cuts before proceeding with your project. Here is a cutting rules charter to facilitate the preparation.
When ordering JOINT SETS (HJ‘s), every joint comes separated as SINGLE CONNECTOR (H‘s). Each HJ’s are made of screws, bolts and H’s.
When designing a modular structure, it’s crucial to keep specific loading capacity guidelines in mind. As each structure is customized for a particular use, extra care needs to be taken to ensure that it will support its intended load.
In keeping with its commitment to provide high-quality products to our customers, Flexpipe uses leading-edge quality control procedures. Learn more about these procedures by taking a quick tour of the component manufacturing process at Flexpipe.
There are 5 main steps to the cathodic electrocoating process (E-Coating). However, for this post, we have broken these steps into smaller ones to give you more information.
There’s one essential fact that we should begin with: a component’s desaturation will not affect the structural capacity of your structure. Now, is pipe color important for color coding in your business? Do you plan on moving structures outside? If so, then you should be aware that specific Flexpipe colors have better UV resistance than others.
We take quality consistency very seriously at Flexpipe. Therefore, we put together these images to show you the different tolerance measures for the Flexpipe metal joints and for Flexpipe standard 28mm tube.
Not all pipe-and-joint systems are the same. You should research the type of plastic coating used to cover the pipes you buy, as well as how it’s constructed. We have put together this comprehensive article on the differences between the four major polymers used to cover pipes from various material handling systems.