ADJUSTABLE ALUMINIUM H-BAR LIFTING BEAMS - 1T TO 3T CAPACITY - Metal Industries - By Industry
ADJUSTABLE ALUMINIUM H-BAR LIFTING BEAMS - 1T TO 3T CAPACITY
H-bar aluminium adjustable lifting beams
Lifting of various loads up to 3 tonnes in spans from 2 to 5 metres
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- H-bar aluminium adjustable lifting beam
- Adjustment of hooks on secondary beams
- Adjustment of secondary beams on the main beam
- Equipped with 4 articulating, rotating hooks with forged safety latches
- Tear- resistant eyelets for use with synthetic slings, cables, etc.
- Safety factor: 4
- No structural weld
- Manufactured according to standard NF EN 13155
- Group = FEM5
- Low headroom
- Maximum hoisting speed = 16m/min
- Delivered with user’s and maintenance manual and EC certificate of compliance
- For superior capacities, contact us.
WLL : Working Load Limit - Dimensions in metres
(main beam) (mm)
(cross beam) (mm)
Install necessary accessories on the lifting beam ensuring that these accessories meet all the lifting beam use conditions
Attach the lifting beam to the lifting means
Adjust both lower points -taking the load geometry into account- sliding them onto the profile. Securely position the adjustable attachment points between appropriate steel locking components.
Hang the load on the lifting beam and perform lifting.
Ensure that the load is evenly balanced: the lifting beam must be horizontal during lifting (see Diagram 1) and efforts on axle direction of lower points vertical (see Diagram 2).
COG = Centre of gavity of the load
Otherwise, stop the lifting and correctly position the load, the lifting beam and accessories.
Choice of accessories
Accessories like shackles, hooks, slings, etc. must be adapted to all lifting operations.
For adjustable lifting beams, the following example is the most critical:
- Do not use for personnel lifting.
- Strictly forbidden to either be under or walk under the load
- Working temperature: -20° to +100°C.
- Accessories must be adapted to all lifting operation conditions.
- For all lifting operations, make sure that the load itself can withstand the bending stresses and deformations it is likely to be subjected to during the lifting operation.
- Never lift loads which have non-attached charges on top.
- Never exceed Working Load Limit of the equipment (W.L.L. – see engraving).
- The weight of the lifting beam, added to the weight of the load lifted, must be less than the capacity of the lifting appliance.
- Never mount more than one element in the hole of each lower point of the lifting beam.