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Overhead Lifting Chain & Rigging Products | Hoists Direct

b'Overhead rigging products include welded and mechanical chain slings with grade 80 chain and grade 100 chain, rigging hooks, bent bars, S-hooks, J-hooks, swivel-hooks and lifting shackles. Rigging products are available from Peerless, Crosby Group and Columbus McKinnon Corporation.'

CM Chain & Chain Accessories | Columbus McKinnon Rigging

b'of industrial manufacturing to revolutionize the future of lifting and motion control. Rigging & Crane Operator Safety Workshop This 5-day workshop incorporates topics such as Basic Rigging & Signal person, Rigging Gear Inspection training, Advanced Rigging and Overhead Crane Operator training.'

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Bishop Lifting Products - Crane & Rigging Excellence Since ...

b'WELCOME. Founded in 1984, Bishop Lifting Products, Inc. (BLP) is a leading manufacturer and distributor of services, products and solutions for North American rigging and crane applications worldwide. Combined with our Services and Solutions, Delta Rigging & Tools, and Morgan City Rentals divisions, our dedicated employees consistently help ...'

Lifting Slings & Straps | Global Industrial

b'Endless Web Sling Round Provides an Ergonomic Lifting Solution for Fragile or Delicate Loads in Warehouses, Shipping Facilities, Material Handling Areas, and more. ... Lift-All Polyester Web Slings are used with Hoists and Cranes for Lifting. Lift-All Polyester Web Slings have a red core yarn warning system that aids in the sling inspec ...'


b'Lifting beams, Lifting frames and Lifting spreaders are a means of providing two or more lifting points from the hook of the lifting machine or crane spaced so as to match the position of the lifting points on the load. The difference lies in the way the forces are transmitted. A lifting beam is loaded in bending.'

Guide to Safe Slinging and Signalling

b'the appropriate type of sling or chain according to this booklet and the project specific \xe2\x80\x98Schedule of Common Lifts\xe2\x80\x99. Sling Selection for Complex / Special lifts \xe2\x80\x93 the slinger/signaller will use the equipment specified in the method statement. Safe Use of Slings Shackles must always be used on lifting hooks if more than one sling is to be'

Rigging - Methods of slinging hitches

b'The sling cradles the load while both eyes are attached overhead. As with the choker hitch, more than one sling may be necessary to help ensure load control. Sling-To-Load Angle: The Sling-to-Load Angle is the angle formed between a horizontal line and the sling leg or body. The Sling-to-Load Angle has a dramatic effect on sling Work Load Limits.'