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Lift to experience A full range of crane rigging and attachments were on show at the recent LiftEx show in Liverpool, UK. Daniel Searle attended to see the latest developments.
Under-the-hook update This month Cranes Today takes a look at rigging products developed for wide-ranging industries including light construction, oil and gas, and salvage. The Versabar Claw is designed to quickly remove sunken topsides offshore. Other companies focus on lighter loads, such as Pemco, offering a pipe safety hook. For lifting light loads without electricity, we interview Global Track on a new hook for its manual overhead crane.
Making the right choice Rope discard does not just apply to all cranes. “Most people apply this standard to any scenario where a rope comes off a drum and passes over or around a pulley/sheave,” says Adrian Kirkham, a training manager for Certex. Cristina Brooks reports.
Revolutionary rigging Two companies have recently demonstrated revolutionary new rigging technologies. On this page we review RUD’s innovative RFID equipment tracking system; overleaf, we look at a new spreader bar system developed by Modulift to east lifting of wind turbine blades.
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