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To attach a full load to an overhead hoisting equipment, use below hook lifting devices and end effectors. A safe rigging device, safe hoist, and safe loading methods promote on the job safety in the workplace. Do not load more weight than the rigging can handle, ensure all parts and equipment are in working order, and use the correct equipment for handling loads. Inspect all equipment on a regular basis as well. Common end effectors and custom lifters include:
Low Headroom Bridges
Low headroom bridges consist of maximum lifting height bridges and three trucked underhung cranes.
The maximum lifting height bridges help deal with hook heights that are common in standard cranes. These include:
The three trucked underhung cranes increase the size of the bridge girder. It adds a third runway in order to decrease the distance between runways allowing for a reduced bridge height. Underhung cranes generally have a 1 – 20 ton capacity. This special application allows for:
Telescoping cranes allows you to maneuver your load through doorways and around corners. By using a second beam, positioned below the main beam, you are able to transfer loads to an adjoining bay. Standard capacities for a telescoping crane average 1 – 10 tons. Additional options for these cranes include:
For more information on these special applications, contact Harriman Material Handling. We have the additional options you need for your bridge cranes, crane runways, jib cranes, and hoists.