Last updated on July 5th, 2022 by Myla Pablo
U Head are designed to hold B.I pipes and timber securely in place for erection of standard scaffolding. It is made with high grade steel alloy and comes in different sizes for different height requirements.
A “U”-shaped steel plate, screw jack, is the main component of adjustable U-Head Jacks. There are two different sorts of these fittings (Hollow and solid). It is utilized to support major beams (traditional timber, steel, H20 beam and aluminum beams).
The Cuplock standards’ tops are fitted with adjustable U-Head Jacks. Additionally, a scaffolding component called a U Head Screw Jack is used to support the scaffolding system.
These come in a variety of sizes and are made of high-grade alloy steel. U Head are heavy duty steel that can be either fixed on position or adjustable depending on the supplied material.
U-Heads are made to be utilized with System Scaffolding or Adjustable Steel Props. A U-primary Head’s purpose is to firmly fix wooden beams in place.
A 75mm spigot that fits snugly into an Adjustable Steel Prop or System Scaffold is included with the U-Head. The Adjustable U-Head can be utilized for additional adjustment. It features 500mm of rolled threaded tubing with a double handle collar for adjusting length.
All U-Heads are produced in compliance with the quality system certification standard ISO 9001:2015.
The table below shows the latest retail Feb 2022 prices of Adjustable U Head in Philippines Peso price per sqm including its dimension, size and specification
Price and Standard Size of Adjustable U Head per pc in the Philippines
|32 mm x 400 mm||345.00|
|32 mm x 600 mm||470.00|
|38 mm x 400 mm||730.00|
|38 mm x 600 mm||790.00|
|40 mm x 400 mm||520.00|
|40 mm x 600 mm||600.00|
|48 mm x 400 mm||680.00|
|48 mm x 600 mm||900.00|
UPDATED: Construction Material Prices for Adjustable U Head in the Philippines (Feb 2022)
UPDATED: All Construction Prices are based on retail prices around hardware in Metro Manila
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