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Technical Guide
WIRE ROPE SLING MANUFACTURERS, SUPPLIERS OF CRANE ROPES AND LIFTING ACCESSORIES

www.ropeandsling.co.uk

Tel. 0800 6124 360


Email: sales@rssgroup.co.uk
SALES HIRE TRAINING INSPECTION REPAIRS ON SITE TESTING LIFTING JACKING WINCHING TESTING WEIGHING FALL ARREST LIFE LINE SYSTEMS CRANE SERVICES MANUFACTURE LASHING SYSTEMS

COMPANY OVERVIEW
Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, industry in the UK has been required by law to ensure safety in the workplace. At present there are over 366 Acts and Regulations that lay down the duties of employers, employees, manufactures and suppliers in matters of health and safety. Equipment used at work for lifting, lowering and suspending loads requires careful consideration in its selection, use, maintenance and periodic examination. Current UK legislation in the form of The Provision and use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) and The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) place stringent responsibilities on owners and users of such equipment.

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WIRE ROPE SLING MANUFACTURERS CRANE ROPES SUPPLIERS SALES

Rope and Sling Specialists Ltd are dedicated to providing industry with a complete service for: The manufacture, supply and hire of quality items of lifting equipment. Servicing and repair of all types of lifting equipment. Proof load testing and thorough examination to meet statutory requirements.

HIRE INSPECTIONS ON-SITE & IN-HOUSE TESTING REPAIRS TRAINING & CONSULTANCY FALL ARREST & LIFELINES

Formed in 1983 Rope and Sling Specialists Ltd are one of the largest independent companies in the field of lifting equipment engineering in Wales and the South West of England. Amongst its staff it has a collective experience of over 100 years in providing mechanical handling solutions. An eclectic customer base ensures that the company are fully conversant with the needs of modern industry not only in the domestic market but also overseas thanks to an ever increasing export portfolio.

Rope and Sling Specialists Ltd have a clear mission statement: Consistently deliver quality products and services at minimum cost. Achieve a fair profit and return for all. Create further opportunity for business growth. Improve continuously. Manage the supply chain effectively and efficiently. Minimise the impact of the business on customers and members of the public. Develop & maintain effective relationships with regulatory bodies.

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THE RSS GROUP (UK) LTD


The RSS Group of companies are a single source supplier of quality lifting and height safety equipment together with specialist training and consultancy services. Rope & Sling Specialists Ltd Sales, Hire, Service, Repair, Test & Thorough Examination of all types of lifting equipment.

QUALITY ACCREDITATION
BS EN ISO 9002: 1994 The company currently operate a quality management system which meets the provisions of BS EN ISO 9001: 2004. The scope of approval covers: Manufacture of steel, wire and fibre rope slings Supply of lifting equipment & accessories Hire of general Lifting Equipment Examination & repair of general lifting equipment Manufacture of webbing cargo restraints

The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) The LEEA are the trade organisation that covers the lifting equipment industry. Membership of the Association is strictly regulated and members are required to achieve and maintain internal quality systems, which exceed those of the ISO family. Regular surveillance audits are carried out throughout the duration of membership. Rope and Sling Specialists Ltd are full members of the Association.

RSS LIFE LINE SYSTEMS

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ROPE AND SLING SPECIALISTS LTD When safety & productivity are on the line, there is no room for compromise, which is why architects and engineers have put their trust in RSS for over a decade. We are a recognised supplier & installer of permanent height safety systems & provider of personal fall protection equipment. Whether for cleaning or maintenance work, inspection of an installation, or simply accessing a worksite safely, A Horizontal Lifeline System is the ideal solution for protecting workers during operations at height. Discreet The state of the art design of Horizontal Lifeline system, with its high-grade corrosion resistant stainless steel components, provides a discreet yet highly effective system that blends in with any structure. Functional Developed to allow increased freedom of movement at any angle, it is adapted to any type of work at height where a fixed horizontal safety system is required, be it in a straight line or around corners and bends.

Versatile - Simultaneous use by up to 7 people. - Users can work either side of the cable. - Low Maintenance due to high grade components. - Range of supports and brackets. - Calculation Software. - Reduced installation time.

Dual Protection The lifeline system has a dual purpose in fall protection. - It can restrain the workers from reaching the point where a potential fall hazard exists or, - It can provide fall arrest protection in the event of a fall.

Installation & Certification RSS can offer full advice on the supply, installation & certification of the device and can arrange for our own team of expert engineers to install on-site if required. In order to maintain safe working system we offer a six-monthly onsite examination & inspection service.

CRANE SERVICES Rope & Sling Specialists Ltd offer a comprehensive range of services aimed at the crane industry. These services include but are not limited to:
Service Routine Maintenance Breakdown Call-Out Repair Work Supply & Installation of New Units Testing & Regulatory Inspections

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Our engineers are trained to a high level on all types of cranes. Please call our sales team to organise any work or to answer any queries you may have.

ENGINEERING SERVICES/ELECTRONIC TRACKING


Inspection / testing (in house or on site)
Rope and Sling offer an excellent inspection and testing service, this can be done on site or at our various locations around the uk. All service engineers are LEEA trained and have the necessary qualifications to ensure that all work carried out is first class. Also as from January 2010 all our customers will have access to our new safe track inspection programme. This will help our customers have instant access to their inspection reports on line 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Our on site teams can provide years of experience with on site proof testing using calibrated weights, water bags or jacking equipment. We can also weigh items with our calibrated compressive load cells. Our engineering teams also have a wealth of experience installing permanent life line systems horizontal and vertical. We also install stainless steel rigging products. Rope and Sling Specialists have a wide range of customers from steel plants, petrochemical, ship yards, construction, oil and gas. Rope and Sling are also full members of the lifting equipment engineers association (LEEA) and have tough audits every year to ensure we maintain our quality systems.

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The RSS Group The RSS Group of companies are a single source supplier of quality lifting and height safety equipment together with specialist training and consultancy services. Quality Accrediation BS EN ISO 9002:1994 The company currently operate a quality management system which meets the provisions of BS EN ISO 9001:2004

RSS ELECTRONIC TRACKING SYSTEM On Line Certification 24/7


With rss Safetrack electronic tracking system you will have 24/7 acces to key information about your current lifting equipment, along with all certification relating to each asset. Introducing Safetrack - a unique, revolutionary electronic system that brings equipment status management to your desktop. Safetrack ensures up-to-date information and plans on inspections, maintenance and asset locations are shared by all your personnel, both out in the field and back in the office.

How it works
Plan Execute Record Report Review Work is planned for assets on the Safetrack PC either automatically or manually. Work orders are then downloaded to operators handheld computers. Each asset is uniquely identified with a tag. Handheld computer guides the operator through the work order, providing the location of each asset to perform a task on. Once a specific asset is scanned, the system directs the operator through a series of questions and instructions. Upload records from handhelds. Compile and review timely and accurate reports from the Safetrack system.

WORKSHOP FACILITIES
Manufacture & Repair 12,000 sq ft of workshop space. 1000 tonne hydraulic wire rope press for the manufacture of wire rope slings up to 54mm diameter. 150/100 tonne hydraulic wire rope press. 1-24mm/ 1-20mm diameter. Portable hand wire rope presses for on-site rigging. White metal/resin socketting. Hand splicing of wire & fibre rope. Manufactures of webbing cargo restraints.

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Testing Grade 1 120 tonne hydraulic tensile test machine.

15 metres long for the proof load testing of slings, loose lifting gear etc. 120 tonne compressive test machine for proof loading hydraulic jacks, rams and cylinders. Digital load cells 10 150 tonnes. 150 tonne of live weight block, slab and hand weights. Fabrication of jigs to allow testing of nonstandard items.

STEEL WIRE ROPES


RSS offer a complete service for the design, manufacture and testing of steel wire rope slings and assemblies from 1mm to 54mm diameter. All types of rope construction, including general engineering, rotation resistant and compacted, are available, as well as a range of finishes in galvanised and stainless steel. Various end fittings available to suit whatever your requirements may be.

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Flat Braided wire rope slings manufactured for handling coils, timber and tube any length up to 100 tonne safe working load.

WIRE ROPE SLING SWL CHART


6 x 19 6 x 36 GROUPS STEEL CORE - GRADE 1770 N/mm2 SAFE WORKING LOAD ROPE DIA mm 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 18 19 20 22 24 26 28 32 35 36 38 40 44 48 52 54 56 60 64 71 77 SINGLE LEG tonne 0.82 1.00 1.30 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.50 3.30 4.10 4.60 5.10 6.20 7.40 8.70 10.10 13.10 15.70 16.60 18.50 20.60 24.80 29.60 34.80 37.40 40.20 46.20 54.80 66.60 77.80 LEG ANGLE 0-90 DEGREES 2 LEG tonne 1.10 1.40 1.80 2.20 2.60 3.00 3.50 4.60 5.80 6.40 7.20 8.70 10.30 12.10 14.10 18.40 22.00 23.30 26.00 28.80 34.70 41.40 48.70 52.30 56.30 64.70 76.70 93.20 108.90 3&4 LEG tonne 1.70 2.10 2.70 3.20 3.90 4.50 5.30 6.90 8.70 9.70 10.80 13.00 15.50 18.20 21.10 27.60 33.00 35.00 39.00 43.20 52.10 62.10 73.10 78.50 84.40 97.00 115.10 139.80 163.40
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LEG ANGLE 90-120 DEGREES 2 LEG tonne 0.82 1.00 1.30 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.50 3.30 4.10 4.60 5.10 6.20 7.40 8.70 10.10 13.10 15.70 16.60 18.50 20.60 24.80 29.60 34.80 37.40 40.20 46.20 54.80 66.60 77.80 3&4 LEG tonne 1.20 1.50 1.90 2.30 2.80 3.20 3.80 4.90 6.20 6.90 7.70 9.30 11.10 13.00 15.10 19.70 23.60 25.00 27.80 30.90 37.20 44.40 52.20 56.10 6.03 69.30 82.20 99.90 116.70

MIN BREAK LOAD tonne 4.11 5.20 6.42 7.77 9.25 10.80 12.60 16.40 20.80 23.10 25.70 31.10 37.00 43.40 50.40 65.70 78.70 83.30 92.80 103.00 124.00 148.00 174.00 187.00 201.00 231.00 274.00 333.00 389.00

PROOF LOAD PER LEG @ 0 DEGREES

tonne 1.64 2.00 2.60 3.20 3.60 4.40 5.00 6.60 8.40 9.20 10.20 12.40 14.80 17.40 20.20 26.20 31.40 33.20 37.00 41.20 49.60 59.20 69.60 74.80 80.40 92.40 109.60 133.20 155.60

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CABLE LAID ENDLESS GROMMETS

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dia

Minimum Circumference 0,84 0,95 1,05 1,16 1,26 1,37 1,47 1,68 1,89 2,11 2,31 2,52 2,73 2,94 3,15 3,36 3,57 3,78 3,90 4,10 4,30 4,50

FOS

WLL Kg

MBL KN

Grommets EN 134 14-3 Constr, 7x6x36+7 IWRC galvanized. Using wire rope conforming to EN 12385-4 Tensile strength: 1960 MPa

24,0 27,0 30,0 33,0 36,0 39,0 42,0 48,0 54,0 60,0 66,0 72,0 78,0 84,0 90,0 96,0 102,0 108,0 114,0 120,0 126,0 132,0

5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 4,88 4,75 4,61 4,48 4,35 4,22 4,09 3,95 3,82 3,69 3,56 3,43

9.800 12.400 15.300 18.500 22.000 26.000 30.000 39.400 49.700 61.000 76.000 93.000 112.600 134.400 159.800 186.700 218.000 251.800 291.00 334.000 380.000 433.00

482,76 610,20 753,84 11,52 1080,00 1274,40 1479,60 933,20 2440,80 313,20 3650,40 434,60 5.097,60 5.907,60 6.814,80 7.722,00 8.742,60 9.763,20 10.929,60 12.096,000 13.338,00 14.580,00

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SLING ANGLES

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Sling Angles When lifting with multi-leg slings, they are rated at a certain tonnage from 0 to 90 and this SWL should NOT be exceeded even if the angle is less than 90. When using single slings in pairs however, you must always be aware of the increased loadings in the slings when lifting at an angle.

0 30 60

0.5 te each sling 0.53 te each sling 0.58 te each sling

90 120

0.7 te each sling 1.0 te each sling

For the above reason, the SWL of a pair of single slings decreases as the angle between them increases as shown below:

0 30 60 90

: : : :

SWL = SWL = SWL = SWL = SWL =

SWL of one sling x 2 SWL of one sling x 2 x 0.966 SWL of one sling x 2 x 0.866 SWL of one sling x 2 x 0.707 SWL of one sling x 2 x 0.5

0 30 60 90

: : : :

SWL = SWL = SWL = SWL = SWL =

SWL of one sling x 2 SWL of one sling x 1.93 SWL of one sling x 1.73 SWL of one sling x 1.414 SWL of one sling only

120 :

120 :

Mode Factor (M) Always consider the variation in sling capacity when slinging in various configurations. 90 Max 90 Max

Straight pull M = 1.0

Choke Hitch M = 0.8

Basket Hitch Max 90 M = 1.4

Basket Hitch Parallel M = 2.0

Two-legged sling Max 90 M = 1.4

90 Max

Multiply the SWL of one leg by the mode factor - M to obtain the SWL of the configuration. (The last four modes / ratings do not apply to round slings).

Straight pull M = 2.0

Choke Hitch M = 1.6

Basket Hitch Max 90 M = 2.8

Basket Hitch Parallel M = 4.0

Four-legged sling Max 90 M = 2.1

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WIRE ROPES

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GENERAL INFORMATION ON WIRE ROPES


Steel Wire Ropes are one of the most important and most heavily strained elements in the range of hauling technology. The diffenet operating conditions require a careful selection from the numerous makes of rope. The steel wire ropes specified in our catalogue are employed for general purposes, especially for - lifting and conveying equipment - navigation - the mining industry (with the exeption of winding ropes) From our wide range of products we selected the ones most widely used. We can manufacture all types of constructions with round wires and round strands. In general practice, there is widespread ignorance of the characteristic properties of wire ropes and the most important demands made of them. Safety in operation and smooth working process can only be guaranteed if the operating and monitoring personnel of an enterprise are familiar with all important problems of use, maintenance and inspection of wire ropes. It is advantageous for both the design engineer and the user to familiarize themselves with the basic principles of wire ropes. Wire ropes and a strong carrying power. Apart from symptoms of use, such as wear, fatigue and corrosion, the loss of strength of wire ropes caused by ageing and humidity is insignificant. As the load is divided onto numerous single wires, the wire rope is extremely safe. Wire ropes can be used at high working speeds; they run quietly and they have a very good ratio of lifting power to unloaden weight. During operation they can be easily maintained and checked. In respect to the durability of the core, a wire rope with a fibre core should not be used at temperatures of more than 100oC. Ropes with a steel core can work at temperatures up to 250oC. At high and low temperatures it is important to check that the end fitting is suitable for such temperatures.

CLASSIFICATION OF ROPES ACCORDING TO USE


Running Ropes These are ropes which run over rollers, pulleys and drums, thus adapting themselves to the curvatures. e.g. lift ropes, hoisting ropes, crane ropes, scraper ropes and haulage ropes for cableways. Stationary Ropes Stationary ropes are ropes which are for the most part firmly clamped and not moved over rollers. e.g. anchoring ropes for masts and booms, guide cables for lifts. Carrying Ropes Carrying ropes are ropes on which rolls of conveying devices run. Their function is similar to that of running rails. e.g. carrying ropes for cableways, cable cranes, gravity return scrapers. Lifting Slings Lifting slings are used for suspending loads. Wire Rope Constructions Rope Wire We use rope wire as round steel wire in accordance with EN 10264-3 with nominal tensile strengths of 1570 N/mm (160 kp/mm), 1770 N/mm (180kp/mm), 1960 N/mm (200 kp/mm) and 2160 N/mm (220 kp/mm). The surface of these wires is bright (U), drawn galvanized(B), or heavily galvanized (A). Strands Construction of Strands A strand consists of one or several layers of rope wires, spirally wound round a core. This core consists of one or several rounds of profiled wires or of a fibre core. Direction of Lay The direction of lay of a strand is the direction of the helical line of the rope wire. There are strands with right-hand lay (z) and left-hand lay (s). left-hand lay right-hand lay

Types of Lay of Wires in Strands

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CONSTRUCTION OF ROPES

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Construction of Ropes Ropes can be in single (spiral wire ropes) and in multiple stranding (stranded ropes). A spiral wire rope consists of one or several layers of wires partly with right-hand lay, partly with left-hand lay, which are wound helically round a core wire. Their structure therefore resembles in principle that of a round strand. In general, the stranded rope consists of one or several layers of strands. The strands are helically wound round a core. This core can either be a fibre core or a core of stranded wires (steel core). In particular cases, the steel core is braided or jacketed. Cores are available in the following versions: Fibre cores (symbol FC): - natural fibre core (NFC) or - synthetic fibre core (SFC) Steel cores (symbol WC): - steel strand core (WSC) or - steel rope core (IWRC). The outer strands of a wire rope are usually stranded round the core in a separate operation, whereby crossings are informed in a steel core between the steel core and the outer strands.

Wire Rope with a Fibre Core (FC)

Wire Rope with a Wire Strand Core (WSC)

Wire Rope with an Independent Wire Rope Core (WRC)

Measuring wire ropes correctly:

d = diameter

Wrong measurement

Correct measurement

Direction of Lay The direction of lay (direction of turn) of a rope is the direction of the helical line of the outer strands. One distinguishes between ropes with right-hand lay (symbol Z) and ropes with left-hand lay (symbol S).

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TYPES OF LAY

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Types of Lay Long Lay The wires in the strands have the same direction of lay as the strands in the rope, Thus zZ or sS. Ordinary Lay The wires in the strands are laid in the opposite direction of lay as the strands in the rope, thus sZ or zS. If there are no special requirements, the wire ropes are delivered with; Ordinary lay, right sZ. Should a different direction of lay be required, please use the following specifications:

Important: For the use of right-hand lay ropes, the following rules apply for the position of the rope on the drum:

right-hand lay rope on left-hand drum

Upward rotation

from left to right - put on right-hand lay rope Z

from right to left - put on left-hand lay rope S

Standard type of lay Ordinary lay, right EN-symbol sZ left-hand lay rope on right-hand drum

Downward rotation

Possible types of lay on request

from right to left - put on right-hand lay rope Z

from left to right - put on left-hand lay rope S

Ordinary lay, left EN-symbol zS

Long lay, right EN-symbol zZ

Long lay, left EN-symbol sS

Length of Lay The length of lay of a certain strand layer in a wire rope is the pitch of the helically laid strands of this layer.

Length of Lay

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MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION

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Maintenance and Inspection The cable drive should be serviced and checked regularly. In many cases, the type of inspection is fixed by regulations, standards, and guidelines (e.g. DIN 15020, BO seil etc.). The type of inspection and the observations should be recorded in an inspection book (crane book, lift book). Maintenance and inspection include: lubrication as well as checking the ropes, end connections, pulleys, rollers and drums. Lubrication Lubricated ropes should be relubricated in order to reduce the inner and outer friction. Relubrication can either be made manually or by automatic lubrication equipment from time to time. Ropes running over rollers are best lubricated with oil. The oil should be applied to the bend of the rope over the rollers, because the grease penetrates best to the rope interior at these points. Ropes not running over rollers can also be relubricated with rope grease. Running ropes should be cleaned occasionally because residual grease hardened by dust prevents the penetration of the new grease into the inside of the rope. Fixed ropes can be protected against corrosion by grease or anticorrosive agents. With rubber-lined rollers, please make sure that the rubber is not destroyed by the grease. Checking the Rope for Wire Breakage, Wear and Tear and Corrosion The entire length of the rope should be checked periodically for wire breakage, wear and tear, corrosion, and deformation, especially the parts running over rollers and the end connections. The rope should be exchanged as soon as the prescribed number of admissible wire breakages, the admissible wear and tear, corrosion, working period, hauling output, etc. is reached. Checking the End Connections Spliced end connections should be checked DIAGRAM for wire breakage and possible slipping of the insert strands. Casted rope ends should be checked from time to time for wire breakages and corrosion close to their exit from cast metal. As soon as wire breakages or corrosion appear, the end must be cut off and the casting renewed. For certain operations, the operating specifications (e.g. BO Seil at cableways) determine that the cast heads must be periodically cut off and renewed by new casting.

Detachable end connections (thimbles, rope clip etc.) must be checked for wire breakages and possible slipping. Operating specifications may also specify here that the clip connections are to be renewed at certain intervals. Pressed connections must be checked for wire breakages, cracks in the pressed sleeves and possible rope slipping. Checking the Drums and Rollers, as well as Checking the Position of the Rope on Drums and Rollers The rollers must turn easily in their bearings. Stiff or sluggish rollers lead to uncontrollable tensile powers which can reach the ropes breaking force. Moreover they increase the wear and tear of the rollers and the rope. The operational reliability of the ropes can be judged according to the following criteria: - type and number of wire breakages - position of wire breakages - time sequence of the occurrence of wire breakages - reduction of the wire rope diameter during the service life - corrosion - abrasion - rope deformation - influence of heat - service life The point of replacement of the wire rope is described in greater detail in DIN 15020 leaf 2. Maintenance, inspection and point of replacement are described in DIN 15020 leaf 2 and VDI 2358. Please also observe the regulations of local authorities or trade associations. They will also comment on rope damage and its possible cause.

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DUPLEX WEB SLING & GRADE 8 CHAIN SLING CHART


WEBBING SLING CAPACITIES
Vertical x1 Choke x 0.8 Basket 0 x2

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Basket 0 90 x 1.4

Basket 120 x 1

Cap

Colour

1t 1.5t 2t 3t 4t 5t 6t 8t 10t 12t

VIOLET WHITE GREEN YELLOW GREY RED BROWN BLUE ORANGE ORANGE

1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 8000 10000 12000

800 1200 1600 2400 3200 4000 4800 6400 8000 9600

2000 3000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 16000 20000 24000

1400 2100 2800 4200 5600 7000 8400 11200 14000 16800

1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 8000 10000 12000

Webbing Slings available in widths up to 1200mm HOW TO ORDER State: Safe Working Load in tonnes Effective working length or circumference (if endless)
Single/Double part Wear Sleeves Special Markings (If any)

NEVER EXCEED THE WORKING LOAD LIMIT MARKED ON THE SLING


WORKING LOAD LIMITS ON G8 CHAIN SLINGS BS EN 818-4 : 1997
Uniform Load Rating: All general purpose slings should be rated by the uniform load method as shown in the table below.
Single leg Chain size mm Endless 0 45 Two leg 45 60 Three and Four leg 45 60 0 45

7 8 10 13 16 20 22 26 32

1.5 2.0 3.15 5.3 8.0 12.5 15.0 21.2 31.5

2.5 3.1 5.0 8.5 12.5 20.0 23.6 33.5 50.0

2.1 2.8 4.25 7.5 11.2 17.0 21.2 30.0 45.0

1.5 2.0 3.15 5.3 8.0 12.5 15.0 21.2 31.5

3.1 4.2 6.7 11.2 17.0 26.5 31.5 45.0 67.0

2.2 3.0 4.75 8.0 11.8 19.0 22.4 31.5 47.5


metric tonnes

ROUND SLINGS
LESS DAMAGING TO THE LOAD EASY HANDLING LESS INJURIES LOWER UTILISATION COSTS WEAR POINTS CAN BE SHIFTED TO EXTEND LIFE OF SLING DYNEEMA ROUNDSLINGS ARE 2.5 TIMES LIGHTER COMPARED TO POLYESTER DYNEEMA HAS A HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST CHEMICALS COMBINED WITH A VERY HIGH ABRASION AND CUT RESISTANCE, THIS LEADS TO A HIGH PERFORMANCE PRODUCT.

Roundsling made with Dyneema

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GRADE 10 CHAIN SLING CHART


The load capacities listed are maximum values of the various sling types, stated according to the standard (Uniform Load) method of rating.

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If the chain slings are used in more demanding conditions (e.g. high temperature, asymmetric load distribution, edge load, impact/shock loads) the maximum load capacity values in the table must be reduced by the load factors below. Please also note the user information on this topic.

LOAD CAPACITIES FOR GRADE 10 CHAIN SYSTEMS


Safety Factor 1-leg chains 1-leg chains 2-leg chains 2-leg chains 3- and 4-leg chains Endless chain sling Loop chains

4
Angle of indication Load factor Code WIN 5 WIN 6 WIN 7 WIN 8 WIN 10 WIN 13 WIN 16 WIN 19 WIN 22 d 5 6 7 8 10 13 16 19 22 1.000 1.400 1.900 2.500 4.000 6.700 10.000 14.000 19.000 800 1.120 1.500 2.000 3.150 5.300 8.000 11.200 15.000 1.400 2.000 2.650 3.550 5.600 9.500 14.000 20.000 26.500 1.000 1.400 1.900 2.500 4.000 6.700 10.000 14.000 19.000 1.120 1.600 2.120 2.800 4.250 7.500 11.200 16.000 21.200 1 0,8 up to 45 1,4 45-60 1 up to 45 1,12 45-60 0,8 Load capacity (kg) 800 1.120 1.500 2.000 3.150 5.300 8.000 11.200 15.000 2.000 3.000 4.000 5.300 8.000 14.000 21.200 30.000 40.000 1.500 2.120 2.800 3.750 6.000 10.000 15.000 21.200 28.000 1.600 2.240 3.000 4.000 6.300 10.600 16.000 22.400 30.000 1.400 2.000 2.650 3.550 5.600 9.500 14.000 20.000 26.500 2.000 3.000 4.000 5.300 8.000 14.000 21.200 30.000 40.000 up tp 45 2,1 45-60 1,5 1,6 up to 45 1,4 45-60 2,1

TEMPERATURE
Temperature Load factor Winner 200 Winner 400 -40 to 200C 1 2 above 200 to 300C not permissible 0,9 above 300 to 380C not permissible 0,75

Asymmetric load distribution

Angle of spread Load factor

up to 45 0,7

45-60 1

up to 45 0,7

45-60 1

up to 45 0,7

45-60 0,7

R=larger than 2 x chains 1 Edge load Load factor

R=larger than chain 0,7

sharp. hard edges 0,5

Shock Load factor

slight shocks 1

medium shocks 0,7

strong shocks not permissible

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Grade T (8) Chain BS EN 818-2


Hackett Grade T(8) Alloy Steel Chain is manufactured specifically for use in chain slings for lifting purposes. The chain is heat treated for tensile strength and resistance to wear whilst also allowing for shock absorption. The chain is easily identifiable with MA8 embossed at metre intervals.

Part code

A mm

B mm

C mm

WLL T onnes 1.5 2.0 3.15 5.3 8.0 12.5 15.0 21.2 31.5

Kgs per metre 1.1 1.5 2.2 3.8 5.8 9.1 11.0 15.3 23.2

AS1.070.5 AS1.080.5 AS1.100.5 AS1.130.5 AS1.160.5 AS1.200.5 AS1.220.5 AS1.260.5 AS1.320.5

7 8 10 13 16 20 22 26 32

21 24 30 39 48 60 66 78 96

25.9 29.6 37.0 48.1 59.2 74.0 81.4 96.2 118.0

Properties:
Working Load Limited (W.L.L.) is the maximum load which chain or components are designed to sustain in lifting use. The mean stress at this load is 200n/mm2 (MPA) and is based on a factor of safety of 4:1. Manufacturing Proof Force (M.P .F .) is the force to which during manufacture chain or components are subjected. The mean stress at this load is 500n/mm2 (MPA) which is 2.5 times the working load limit. Minimum Breaking Load (M.B.L.) is the minimum force which chain or components must withstand before failure. The mean stress at this load is 800n/mm2 (MPA). The minimum elongation before failure is 20%.

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Master Links

for single & double leg chain slings

Part Code HA0806ML HA1008ML HA1310ML HA1613ML HA2016ML HA2220ML HA2622ML HA3226ML HA3632ML

Chain Diameter mm Single Double 6.7&8 10 13 16 20 22 26 32 36 6 7&8 10 13 16 20 22 26 32

A 14 16 20 26 32 40 45 50 60

Dimensions mm B 130 150 160 195 240 280 320 360 410

C 65 75 90 110 140 155 175 190 220

Mass Kg 0.5 0.7 1.2 2.4 4.7 8.5 11.9 16.6 28.0

OVERSIZE MASTER LINKS HA22ML HA25ML 16 10 13 22 25 270 270 140 140 2.3 3.13

Sub Assemblies
for 3 & 4 leg chain slings

Part Code HA08SA HA10SA HA13SA HA16SA HA20SA HA22SA HA26SA HA32SA

Chain Size mm 7&8 10 13 16 20 22 26 32

A 20 26 32 40 45 50 60 70

B 160 195 240 280 320 350 410 450

Dimensions mm C D 90 110 140 155 175 190 220 250 13 16 22 28 32 40 45 50

E 60 80 90 100 125 140 165 195

F 35 40 50 60 75 80 90 100

Mass Kg 1.6 3.2 6.5 12.4 18.5 26.4 42.3 65

OVERSIZE QUAD ASSEMBLIES HA23QA HA25QA 7&8 10 22 25 270 270 140 140 16 20 120 140 60 70 3.7 5.3

Reevable Egg Link

Part Code 8-059-07 8-059-10 8-059-13 8-059-16

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16

A 99 125 168 198

B 80 100 136 158

Dimensions mm C 65 80 108 124

D 15 19 25 27

E 15 18 22 26

Mass Kg 0.4 0.7 1.5 2.7

Component Connector

Part Code 8-015-07 8-015-10 8-015-13 8-015-16 8-015-20 8-015-22 8-015-26 8-015-32

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16 20 22 26 32

A 59 68 91 100 122 152 162 202

Dimensions mm B C 18 25 30 36 42 49 55 69 9 13 16 19 22 24 31 38

D 22 26 35 38 46 60 62 79

Mass Kg 0.2 0.3 0.7 1.1 1.7 3.0 4.6 8.6

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Shortening Clutch

Part Code 8-078-07 8-078-10 8-078-13 8-078-16

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16

A 132 166 214 265

Dimensions mm B 44 56 72 90

C 16 22 29 36

Mass Kg 0.75 1.4 2.8 5.6

Clevis Clutch

Part Code 8-060-07 8-060-10 8-060-13 8-060-16 8-060-20

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16 20

A,B 8 12 16 20 21

C 10 14 17 19 23

Dimensions mm D 9 12 15 19 22

E 16 25 32 39 46

F 62 87 115 143 152

Mass Kg 0.4 0.9 2.1 3.2 5.0

Eye Grab Hook

Part Code 8-041-07 8-041-10 8-041-13 8-041-16 8-041-20 8-041-22 8-041-26 8-041-32

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16 20 22 26 32

A 10 13 16 20 23 27 29 37

B 15 20 25 30 36 38 41 57

Dimensions mm C 9 13 15 20 23 26 32 40

D 60 84 102 114 132 157 187 230

E 30 41 52 57 98 70 100 90

Mass Kg 0.3 0.6 1.2 2.3 3.7 4.6 9.8 19.4

Clevis Grab Hook

Part Code 8-042-07 8-042-10 8-042-13 8-042-16 8-042-20

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16 20

A 9 12 15 17 23

B 10 13 16 20 23

Dimensions mm C D 30 41 53 58 98 55 77 97 102 124

E 25 35 42 45 54

F 93 128 152 180 217

Mass Kg 0.3 0.8 1.5 2.9 5.0

Clevis C Hook

Part Code 8-097-07 8-097-10 8-097-13 8-097-16

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16

A 80 105 138 170

Dimensions mm B C 20 27 35 43 16 22 32 40

D 31 26 34 42

Mass Kg 0.5 0.9 1.9 3.6

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Clevis Sling Hook

Part Code 8-043/S-07 8-043/S-10 8-043/S-13 8-043/S-16 8-043/S-20

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16 20

A 98 121 147 166 200

Dimensions mm B C 27 34 44 48 56 18 23 30 38 47

D 22 29 37 42 50

Mass Kg 0.5 1.2 2.3 3.7 6.7

Eye Sling Hook

Part Code 8-044/S-07 8-044/S-10 8-044/S-13 8-044/S-16 8-044/S-20 8-044/S-22 8-044/S-26

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16 20 22 26

A 98 121 152 184 218 244 279

B 28 36 40 44 45 73 77

Dimensions mm C D 25 32 40 50 60 50 64 11 14 18 22 26 31 35

E 20 23 28 32 43 50 60

F 23 31 38 47 48 62 80

Mass Kg 0.4 0.9 1.8 3.2 5.3 9.2 13.5

Eye Foundry Hook

Part Code 8-047-07 8-047-10 8-047-13 8-047-16 8-047-20

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16 20

A 122 150 180 215 248

B 61 74 88 98 112

Dimensions mm C D 24 31 40 49 60 12 15 20 24 28

E 20 24 34 43 46

F 30 34 42 50 57

Mass Kg 0.7 1.2 2.3 4.0 6.0

Clevis Shackle

Part Code 8-066-07 8-066-10 8-066-13 8-066-16

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16

A 59 78 98 112

B 35 48 64 69

Dimensions mm C D 33 37 49 60 34 40 44 54

E 16 20 22 28

F 79 93 118 141

Mass Kg 0.4 0.8 1.4 2.5

Barrel Hook

Part Code 8-071-07

Chain Size mm 7,8

A 38

Dimensions mm B 133

C 50

Mass Kg 0.9

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Clevis Self Locking Hook

Part Code 8-026-07 8-026-10 8-026-13 8-026-16 8-026-20

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16 20

A 119 143 179 212 319

Dimensions mm B C 34 44 52 60 90 20 26 30 36 48

D 24 30 39 49 62

Mass Kg 0.8 1.5 2.8 5.6 7.5

Eye Self Locking Hook

Part Code 8-025-07 8-025-10 8-025-13 8-025-16 8-025-20 8-025-22 8-025-26

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16 20 22 26

A 136 167 207 252 282 319 343

B 34 44 52 60 90 80 99

Dimensions mm C D 25 32 40 52 64 70 80 11 13 16 21 23 24 25

E 20 26 30 36 48 49 56

F 24 30 39 49 62 63 69

Mass Kg 0.8 1.4 2.7 5.6 8.5 11.2 14.5

Swivel Self Locking Hook with brass bushing

Part Code 8-027-06 8-027-07 8-027-10 8-027-13 8-027-16 8-027-20 8-027-22

Chain Size mm 6 7,8 10 13 16 20 22

A 149 186 220 267 328 388 457

B 29 34 44 52 60 90 80

C 22 29 34 43 52 82 95

Dimensions mm D 31 36 40 46 60 75 97

E 12 14 16 22 24 26 33

F 15 20 26 30 36 48 49

G 19 24 30 39 49 62 63

Mass Kg 0.6 1.1 2.0 4.0 6.8 11.6 17.9

This hook is designed not to swivel while in use lifting a load

Swivel Self Locking Hook with ball bearing

Part Code 8-027N-07 8-027N-10 8-027N-13 8-027N-16 8-027N-20

Chain Size mm 7,8 10 13 16 20

A 186 220 267 328 388

B 34 44 52 60 90

C 29 34 43 52 82

Dimensions mm D 36 40 46 60 75

E 14 16 22 24 26

F 20 26 30 36 48

G 24 30 39 49 62

Mass Kg 1.1 2.0 4.0 6.8 11.6

This hook is designed to fully swivel while in use lifting a load

Weld-on Lifting Point Part


Code 8-057-1T 8-057-3T 8-057-5T

W.L.L tonnes 1.0 3.0 5.0

A 50 58 64

B 14 17 22

C 27 34 43

Dimensions mm D 38 48 61

E 55 50 74

F 24 29 33

G 105 112 154

Mass Kg 0.5 0.9 1.7

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SHORT LINK CHAIN ELECTRICALLY WELDED MILD STEEL

LONG LINK CHAIN ELECTRICALLY WELDED MILD STEEL

ALLOY STEEL CLEVIS GRAB HOOKS ZINC PLATED


Chain
mm

B inches

E mm

P
mm

R
mm

Breaking Load kgs

Weight
kgs/each

Product Code

6 8 10 13

9 10 12 19

10 11 13 17

10 11 12 16

50 57 67 81

6000 9000 13000 22000

0.18 0.36 0.45 0.95

CGZP06 CGZP08 CGZP10 CGZP13

ALLOY STEEL CLEVIS SLIP HOOKS ZINC PLATED

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RATCHET LOADBINDERS DROP FORGED

LOADBINDERS DROP FORGED

RECTANGULAR ADMIRALTY DECKPLATES

CHAIN BLOCKS 3 METRE HEIGHT OF LIFT

(0-6 -69=1:16/ 84-);- ;<)<- H-1/0< 7. L1.< #-9=1:-,

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BEAM CLAMPS

PUSH TROLLEY

GEAR TROLLEY

LEVER HOISTS 1.5 METRE

A 1.5 5-<:- H-1/0< 7. L1.< 1; +76;1,-:-, ;<)6,):,. I. A7= :-9=1:- )6A 7<0-: 4-6/<0 84-);- ;8-+1.A

A-FRAME GANTRY

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WIRE ROPE HOIST WITH 20 METRES ROPE

A 20 5-<:- :78- 1; +76;1,-:-, ;<)6,):,. I. A7= :-9=1:- )6A 7<0-: 4-6/<0 84-);- ;8-+1.A

GALVANISED MALLEABLE IRON BLOCKS (WIRE ROPE SHEAVE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST) PLAIN BORE IRON SHEAVES, SWIVEL OVAL EYE OR SWIVEL HOOK WITH SAFETY CATCH

SINGLE SHEAVE

DOUBLE SHEAVE

TRIPLE SHEAVE

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ALLOY BOW SHACKLE US FEDERAL SPECIFICATION RR-C-271D 1V

ALLOY DEE SHACKLE US FEDERAL SPECIFICATION RR-C-271D 1V

HTS LARGE BOW SHACKLE TO BS 3032 1958 WITH TYPE A PIN

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HTS LARGE DEE SHACKLE TO BS 3032 1958 WITH TYPE A PIN

HTS SMALL BOW SHACKLE TO BS 3032 1958 WITH TYPE A PIN

HTS SMALL DEE SHACKLE TO BS 3032 1958 WITH TYPE A PIN

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PILING SHACKLES SELF COLOUR TESTED AND CERTIFIED

COMMERCIAL DEE SHACKLE GALVANISED WITH SCREWED COLLAR PIN

COMMERCIAL BOW SHACKLE GALVANISED WITH SCREWED COLLAR PIN

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COLLARED EYBOLTS BSW TO BS 4278 TABLE 4 1984 - TESTED AND CERTIFIED

AL$! A'AILABLE I & C %H#EAD A D B$529 %ABLE 1 1944

LONG SHANK COLLARED EYEBOLTS TO BS 529 PART 1 1944 - TESTED AND CERTIFIED

EBCM COLLARED EYEBOLTS - METRIC TO BS 4278 PART 1 1984 - TESTED AND CERTIFIED

EYBOLT WITH LINK TO BS 4278 PART 2 1984 - TESTED AND CERTIFIED

DYNAMO EYEBOLT TO BS 4278 PART 3 1984 - TESTED AND CERTIFIED

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WORKING LOAD LIMITS OF PAIRS OF EYE BOLTS

Maximum load W to be lifted by a pair of eye bolts when the angle between the sling legs is Single Vertical 1.0t 1.25t 1.6t 2.0t 2.5t 3.2t 4.0t 5.0t 6.3t 8.0t 10.0t 12.5t 16.0t 20.0t 25.0t Reduction Factor Pair Vertical 2.0t 2.5t 3.2t 4.0t 5.0t 6.4t 8.0t 10.0t 12.6t 16.0t 20.0t 25.0t 32.0t 40.0t 50.0t 0<<30 1.3t 1.6t 2.0t 2.5t 3.2t 4.0t 5.0t 6.3t 8.0t 10.0t 12.5t 16.0t 20.0t 25.0t 32.0t 0.63 30<<60 800kg 1.0t 1.25t 1.6t 2.0t 2.5t 3.2t 4.0t 5.0t 6.3t 8.0t 10.0t 12.5t 16.0t 20.0t 0.4 60<<90 500kg 630kg 800kg 1.0t 1.25t 1.6t 2.0t 2.5t 3.2t 4.0t 5.0t 6.3t 8.0t 10.0t 12.5t 0.25

NEVER exceed the Manufacturers recommended working Load Limit

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BOWNUTS TO BS 3974 PART 1

LIFTING EYENUTS DIN582

RIGGING SCREWS GALVANISED

FORGED STRAINING SCREWS GALVANISED

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GALVANISED TURNBUCKLES US FEDERAL SPECIFICATION FF-T-791 B

LARGE EYE HOOKS ALLOY STEEL WITH SAFETY CATCH

SWIVEL HOOKS ALLOY STEEL WITH SAFETY CATCH

COMMERCIAL WIRE ROPE GRIPS DIN741

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WIRE ROPE GRIPS DIN1142

GALVANISED OPEN SPELTER SOCKETS TO US FEDERAL SPECIFIATION

GALVANISED CLOSED SPELTER SOCKETS

SELF COLOUR OPEN SOCKETS TO BS463

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LIGHTWEIGHT HEAVY DUTY SNATCHBLOCKS WITH ROLLER BEARING SHEAVES TO SUIT WIRE ROPE - BLUE PAINTED WITH SWIVEL SHACKLE

WITH SWIVEL HOOK AND SAFETY CATCH

3B A D 41/2B BL!CK$ A#E FI%%ED (I%H B&$H

ZINC PLATED SWING BLOCK SUITS 50MM TOW BAR

GREEN PAINTED GIN BLOCK WITH SWIVEL ROUND EYE

#78- )>)14)*4- 76 :-9=-;<

DEE SHACKLE (AISI 316) STAINLESS STEEL WITH SCREWED COLLAR PIN

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BOW SHACKLE (AISI 316) STAINLESS STEEL WITH SCREWED COLLAR PIN

LONG DEE SHACKLE (AISI 316) STAINLESS STEEL WITH SCREWED COLLAR PIN

EYEBOLTS (DIN 580) STAINLESS STEEL

LONG SHANK EYEBOLTS STAINLESS STEEL WITH NUT AND WASHER - UNTESTED

LIFTING EYENUTS (DIN 582) - STAINLESS STEEL

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LONG SHANK EYEBOLTS FULLY THREADED - STAINLESS STEEL

RIGGING SCREWS STAINLESS STEEL - CLOSED BODY AND JAW

RIGGING SCREWS WITH EYE EACH END - STAINLESS STEEL

RIGGING SCREWS WITH TOGGLE EACH END - STAINLESS STEEL

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CRANE AND FORK ATTACHMENTS Rope & Sling Specialists can offer a wider range of attachments to suit cranes, forklift trucks & telehandlers. The range includes but is not limited to the products shown below:

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UNIVERSAL ACCESS PLATFORM For a maximum of 2 persons and their tools. Net load 250kg, width 1140mm, length 1200mm, suitable for use with forklift truck or crane. Equipped as standard, with practical tool tray, four crane lugs (no chain) and entrance door on side. Built in conformance with the official labour safety regulations.

CIRCULAR MUCK SKIP The traditional skip used for muck and waste removal. Fitted with two safety catches. When the safety catches are disengaged by hand the skip will empty automatically in response to the centre of gravity of the bale arm.

SKIP LIFTING CRADLE Designed as a safe method of lifting 6 and 8 yard builders skips, on site. The skip is lifted at the base rather than using the lifting lugs which may not be tested. Complete cradle tested to SWL 12 tonnes.

FORKLIFTABLE ACCESS PLATFORM Fork mounted access platforms are a proven and safe method for which to carry out routine maintenance, inspection and stock-taking.

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GAS BOTTLE CARRIER A safer method of transporting gas bottles on site. Comes with lifting eye, and base mounted fork channels. Fully approved and tested and can be used with either forklift or crane. Holds up to six standard oxygen bottles. Fully enclosed for safety with additional secondary safety device.

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BLOCK GRAB Specially designed scissor grab to lift palletised blocks and bricks (note: materials must be securely bound). Suitable for handling all types of concrete products such as slabs, steel strapped bricks, blocks, kerb stones and paving blocks. Fitted with an automatic open/close device that enables a single operator to stack or unstack palletised bound loads. Lined with hard rubber pads to minimise damage to load.

SELF-LEVELLING CRANE FORKS Designed for crane lifting of brick packs and pallets, with adjustable forks. These forks have the advantage of a spring loaded lifting eye which automatically adjusts to compensate for the different weights carried. This ensures that the crane fork stays level, both when empty or full. Fitted with frame to allow attachment of a safety net.

FORK MOUNTED EXTENDING JIB Fork mounted Extending Jibs are specifically designed to convert a forklift truck into a long reach mobile crane. Allowing considerable flexibility to reach and transport particularly long and awkward loads

These attachments allow for safe, fast and reliable movement of goods on site.

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LIFTING & SPREADER BEAM

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MODULAR SPREADER BEAMS


Rope & Sling Specialists Ltd can offer an extensive range of beams for both hire & sale. These include: Fixed Lifting Beams (1-10 tonne) Modular Spreader Beams (1-250 tonne) A typical lifting rig utilising Modulifts.

The modular beam favoured by Rope & Sling Specialists is the Modulift System. It is a range of material handling spreader beams that are made up of bolt-together components to form modular spreader beams. Sizes currently range from 2 tonnes up to 2000 tonnes capacity, and spans of 200mm(8") up to 45 metres (150ft). Our technical department is able to assist you on many things including: Design & Manufacture of custom made beams Guidance on Planning & Execution of the Lift Advise on Health & Safety surrounding the use of lifting beams Beam Accessories

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LIFTING & SPREADER BEAM

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SPREADER BEAM SELECTION CHART

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RSS MODULAR BEAM

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DROPLINK 200 OR 400mm

CROSBY ALLOY STEEL WIDE BODY SHACKLES SWL 75 TONNES (OR INTERNATIONAL BOW SHACKLE SWL 75 TONNE)

INTERNATIONAL BOW SHACKLE SWL 50/55 TONNE

SPREADER BEAM LENGTH VARIABLE IN 0.5M

CAPACITY IN TONNES

SPREADER LENGTH IN METRES


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RSS MODULAR BEAM


MODULAR INSERT REQUIRES 6 No M20X80 BOLTS GRADE 8.8

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SLING ANGLE

75mm HOLE

END SECTION 0.5M INCREMENTS (SEE CHART)

50mm THICK

FOR APPLICATIONS NOT COVERED BY CHART APPLY TO ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT APPROXIMATE TOTAL SELF WEIGHT FOR 5M LONG BEAM = 560Kg + SLINGS FOR EACH 0.5 METRE INCREMENT ADD OR DEDUCT APPROX 35Kg

100 TONNE MODULAR SPREADER


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FALL ARREST & CONFINED SPACE


ROPE AND SLING SPECIALISTS LTD offer a wide range of personal protective equipment including harnesses, lanyards, inertia reels, tripods and rescue winches. The products shown below are just a small portion of the range we have available. We can provide the information and equipment to ensure that the risk of working at height or in confined spaces is kept to a minimum.

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SAFETY HARNESSES Wide range available to suit all requirements Various securing point arrangements Full-Bodied & Belt Type Sizes up to XXL

DuraFlex Harness

Hi-Vis Vest Harness

Temporary Horizontal Lifeline

LANYARDS
Shock Absorbing Lanyard

Shock-Absorbing Lanyards Tie-Back Lanyards Fall Limiters & Self-Retracting Lifelines Rope Grabs Positioning & Restraint Lanyards Positioning Assemblies

Forked Webbing Lanyard

Restraint Lanyard

Personal Fall Limiter

Manyard

Miller Kit Bag

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FALL ARREST BLOCKS Range of blocks to suit varying applications Various end fittings Lengths from 6 - 33 metres Peace of Mind

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Mightylite Fall Arrest Block Fall Arrest Block

Tripod

TRIPODS & WINCHES Tripods & Quad Pods supplied Range of accessories available Safe & Easy Access to work areas

Manhandler Potex Potence Pivot Mightevac

Quad Pod Rescue.

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MODEL P-01 SAFETY HARNESS Full safety harness Comfortable to wear Rear D attachment Single adjustment (leg) Easy to fit Extremely light / comfortable Available in sizes M / XL / XXL Complies to BS EN 361:2002

MODEL P-10 SAFETY HARNESS Full safety harness Comfortable to wear Rear D attachment Double adjustment (leg & chest) Easy to fit Extremely light / comfortable Available in sizes M / XL / XXL Complies to BS EN 361:2002

MODEL P-20 SAFETY HARNESS Full safety harness Comfortable to wear Rear D attachment Work positioning Double adjustment (leg & chest) Easy to fit Extremely light / comfortable Available in sizes M / XL / XXL

MODEL P-30 SAFETY HARNESS Full safety harness Comfortable to wear Front and Rear D attachment Double adjustment (leg & chest) Easy to fit Extremely light / comfortable Available in sizes M / XL / XXL Complies to BS EN 361:2002

MODEL P-40 SAFETY HARNESS Full safety harness Comfortable to wear Rear D adjustment Front attachments for rescue Double adjustment (leg & chest) Easy to fit Extremely light / comfortable Available in sizes M / XL / XXL Complies to BS EN 361:2002

MODEL P-50 SAFETY HARNESS Full safety harness Comfortable to wear Front & Rear attachment Front attachments for rescue Double adjustment (leg & chest) Easy to fit Available in sizes M / XL / XXL Complies to BS EN 361:2002

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Shock Absorbing Lanyard with Karabiners (2mtrs)

Shock Absorbing Lanyard with Karabiners (2mtrs)

Y Shock Absorbing Lanyard with Scaffold hooks (2mtrs)

Elasticated Shock Absorbing Lanyard with scaffold hook (2mtrs) Karabiner Option

Adjustable Restraint Lanyard (2mtrs)

Restraint Rope Lanyards (0.5mtr, 1mtr, 1.5mtr and 2mtr)

Temporary Girder Anchor To fit 19-28mm hole

Steel Karabiner

Steel Karabiner Twist Lock

Light Alloy Swivel

Vertical Line Grab with Shock Absorber (10mtr, 20mtr, 30mtr and 50mtr rope) Steel Scaffold Hook Steel Pipe Anchor

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NEW RANGE OF FALL ARREST & RETRIEVAL BLOCKS


Brand new modern lightweight design Made in Europe Come complete with top Karabiner Lower hook has a Fall Indicator device Heavy duty ABS casing on a steel chassis Galvanised wire rope Fully Serviceable Complies to EN 360 : 2002 Rated at 150kg Available in 6, 10, 12 & 15 metre

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6mtr / 12mtr / 15mtr

2.25 mtr Retractable mini fall arrest block


5 Metre

5 metre webbing fall arrest block Aluminium casings (powder coated) Complete with fall indicator Weight: 2.14 kilograms

15 metre fall arrest block with integral emergency winch Aluminium casings (powder coated) Complete with fall indicator Safe working load: 300 kilograms Conforms to BS EN360

Tool Belt Lanyards Elasticated tool lanyard attaches to waist belt.

15 Metre

Tool Wrist Lanyards Velcro wrist band with elastic

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PLATE CLAMPS & MAGNETS

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VERTICAL PLATE CLAMPS 500KG TO 3 TONNE


HARDENED STEEL JAWS LOCKING MECHANISM HINGED ATTACHMENT FULLY SERVICEABLE LARGER AVAILABLE UP TO 12T
Capacity

A 55 30 48 68 74

B 55 43 63 76 85

C 55 45 51 59 56

D 55 0-15 0-20 0-25 0-30

E 55 105 145 175 218

F 55 10 12 16 20

G 55 218 305 368 395

H 55 45 63 68 90

(-1/0< 3/ 2 5 7.5 15.5

5003/ 1 %7662 %7663 %766-

HORIZONTAL PLATE CLAMPS


INDUSTRIAL QUALITY QUICK & EASY INSTALLATION LOCKING MECHANISM LARGER SIZES AVAILABLE
Capacity
7503/ -)
(1.5 <766- 8-: 8)1:)

J)? !8-616/ (55) 0-25 0-30 0-45

A 5)@ 25 30 45

B 125 157 231

C 50 65 90

D 5)@ 175 204 310

E 25 30 40

1.5 <766- -)
(3 <766- 8-: 8)1:)

2.5 <766- -)
(5 <766- 8-: 8)1:)

LIFTING MAGNETS
HEAVY DUTY LIFTING MAGNETS RATED FROM 100KG TO 6 TONNE SMALL FOOTPRINT OF BASE EASY TO OPERATE HANDLE LARGE RING FOR CONNECTION NOT SUITABLE FOR VERY THIN PLATE SHEETS, PLEASE CONTACT US FOR OPERATING PROCEDURES
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MOVING EQUIPMENT
HIGH LIFT BAR JACKS (Cabin Jacks)
CAPACITY: 3.5 TON 48 & 60 BAR LENGTHS USED FOR LIFTING, PULLING OR PUSHING SAFETY SHEAR PIN PREVENTS OVERLOADING 3/4 LIFT WITH EACH HANDLE STROKE LOAD SUPPORTED WHEN ACTIVATED IN EITHER DIRECTION

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ROLLER CROW BARS

IDEAL FOR MACHINE MOVING SOLID CONSTRUCTION SEALED BEARING ROLLERS QUALITY PAINTED FINISH HANDLE LENGTH 1530MM ENTRY TIP 5MM

MACHINERY MOVING SKATES

8 TONNE

16 TONNE

20 TONNE

CAPACITY: 8 TONNE, 16 TONNE & 20 TONNE ALL SKATES HAVE POLYURETHANE WHEELS TO PREVENT FLOOR DAMAGE STEERING SKATES HAVE EASY SPIN BALL BEARING TURNTABLES SOLID CONSTRUCTION REPLACEABLE SPARE PARTS SKATES CAN BE SOLD SEPARATELY IF REQUIRED
MODEL NO 8 TONNE SET
(4 TONNE STEERING & 2 X 2 TONNE TRAILING)

STEERING SKATE LENGTH MM 240 500 530

STEERING SKATE WIDTH MM 210 645 750

TRAILING SKATE LENGTH MM 170 200 200

TRAILING SKATE WIDTH MM 130 200 220

HEIGHT MM (ALL SKATES) 110 110 110

16 TONNE SET
(8 TONNE STEERING & 2 X 4 TONNE TRAILING)

20 TONNE SET
(10 TONNE STEERING & 2 X 5 TONNE TRAILING)

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LASHING ASSEMBLIES
RSS stock a diverse range of heavy, medium & light duty ratchet lashings assemblies. All lengths and an array of fittings are available. We can supply systems to suit every requirement, examples include: Retaining heavy loads on vehicles & trailers Internal cargo restraint to secure loads within box vans Vehicle Recovery Car Transporters

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You can be assured of the quality knowing that all RSS lashing equipment complies with current standards & is manufactured under an ISO quality system. Some examples of the more popular systems can be seen below, but this is just a small portion of the range; please call our sales team with any requirements.

BREAKING STRENGTH 5 TONNE RATED STRENGTH 2.5 TONNE TYPE RSS1 CLAW HOOK RATCHET LOADBINDER ASSEMBLIES TYPE RSS1M Micro Ratchet lifted with Claw Hooks 25mm Webbing.

TYPE RSS2

RAVE HOOK

TYPE RSS2M

Micro Ratchet lifted with Delta Links 25mm Webbing.

TYPE RSS3

D LINK

TYPE RSS3M

Micro Ratchet lifted with Endless Belt 25mm Webbing.

TYPE RSS4

TWISTED HOOK

Micro Ratchet Loadbinder assemblies have an M.B.L. of 1000 kg and are available in overall lengths from 2mm to 6mm. TO ORDER - QUOTE TYPE RSS No. AND LENGTH REQUIRED.

TYPE RSS5

FLAT HOOK

TYPE RSS6

ENDLESS

TYPE RSS7

BECKET EYES

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LASHING CHAIN SYSTEMS


LASHING CHAIN SYSTEMS IN G10 QUALITY
In accordance with EN 12195 - 3

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ZRSW Lashing chain G10


I For load securing with 25% higher lashing capacity (LC) than conventional G8 lashing chains I Kit system I In accordance with EN 12195 - 3 I Standard length 3.5 metres I Customised lengths available on request I Supplied with ID-tag in accordance with EN 12195 - 3 with G10 values

1. 2. 3.

Load binder RSW Connex connecting link CW Grab hook with safety catch PSW

4-6. Chain WIN 200 7. 8. Clevis sling hook KHSW Identification tag

Type

LC Length RLSS Length RLSS Tensioning STF Opening g1 Weight kg/pc. Lashing closed open position Length (mm) standard (mm) approx. Capacity (kN) position (mm) (mm) tension force (daN) 38 50 80 134 200 346 346 358 571 530 501 501 513 868 780 155 155 155 297 250 1900 1900 3000 2500 4000 26 26 31 39 45 8,4 9,7 14,5 26,1 37,7

ZRSW 7 EN G10 3.5 ZRSW 8 EN G10 3.5 ZRSW 10 EN G10 3.5 ZRSW 13 EN G10 3.5 ZRSW 16 EN G10 3.5*

* Size 16 only with clevis turnbuckle KSSW 16 available.

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Max. load weight G in t for different lift combinations

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2 07 1,2 1,6 2,4 5,2 8 14 20 25 25 32 32 32 32 50 50 50 0,5 1 1,5 2 2 4 6 8 10 10 16 20 30 40

2 907 0,6 0,9 1,2 2,6 4 7 10 16 16 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 0,5 1 1,5 2 2 4 6 8 10 10 16 20 30 40

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M8 M 10 M 12 M 16 M 20 M 24 M 30 M 36 M 39 M 42 M 45 M 48 M 52 M 56 M 60 M 64 M8 M10 M 12 M 16 M 16 M 20 M 24 M 27 M 30 M 36 M 36 M 42 M 42 M 48

0,42 0,63 0,84 1,82 2,8 4,9 7 11,2 11,2 14 14 14 14 21 21 21 0,35 0,7 1,05 1,4 1,4 2,8 4,2 5,6 7 7 11,2 14 21 28

0,3 0,45 0,6 1,3 2 3,5 5 8 8 10 10 10 10 15 15 15 0,25 0,5 0,75 1 1 2 3 4 5 5 8 10 15 20

0,3 0,45 0,6 1,3 2 3,5 5 8 8 10 10 10 10 15 15 15 0,25 0,5 0,75 1 1 2 3 4 5 5 8 10 15 20

0.63 0.95 1,26 2,73 4,2 7,35 10,5 16,8 16,8 21 21 21 21 31,5 31,5 31,5 0,53 1,05 1,58 2,1 2,1 4,2 6,3 8,4 10.5 10,5 16,8 21 31,5 42

0,45 0,68 0,9 1,95 3 5,25 7,5 12 12 15 15 15 15 22,5 22,5 22,5 0,38 0,75 1,13 1,5 1,5 3 4,5 6 7,5 7,5 12 15 22,5 30

0,3 0,45 0,6 1,30 2 3,5 5 8 8 10 10 10 10 15 15 15 0,25 0,5 0,75 1 1 2 3 4 5 5 8 10 15 20

M M M M M M M M M

10 12 16 20 24 30 36 42 48

1 2 4 6 8 12 16 24 32 0,4 0,8 1 1,6 3 4 6 8 12 16 24 32

M6 M8 M 10 M12 M14 M 16 M 20 M 24 M 30 M 36 M 42 M48

0,4 0,75 1,5 2,3 3,2 4,5 7 9 12

2 4 8 12 16 24 32 48 64

0,8 1,5 3 4,6 6,4 9 14 18 24

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0,40 0,75 1,5 2,3 3,2 4,5 7 9 12

0,40 0,75 1,5 2,3 3,2 4,5 7 9 12

0,84 1,6 3,15 4,83 6,7 9,4 14,7 18,9 25,2

0,6 1,12 2,25 3,45 4,8 6,7 10,5 13,5 18

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HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT
Rope & Sling Specialists Ltd offer a comprehensive range of hydraulic equipment to aid with lifting & pulling heavy loads. Our range includes Hydraulic Jacks, Manual & Power Driven Pumps, Cylinders, Spreader Wedges and many more. We can offer advice on planning the lift and what equipment would best be suited. Below is just a small proportion of the kit we have available. Please contact us for further information or advice. MANUAL AND FOOT PUMPS EPP hand pumps are very light- weight and on some models their weight is over 50% less when compared to traditional products. EPP hand pumps deliver exceptional volumes of oil per stroke and require very low handle effort even at maximum working pressure. They are made from light alloy metal normally used in the aviation industry and have excellent durability and mechanical resistance. PL pumps can work vertically with the pumping head pointing downward. PL LIGHTWEIGHT HAND PUMPS - 700 BAR Reservoir Capacity: Oil Delivery per Stroke in HP: Max Pressure: 0,7-8,0 l 1,0-3,4 cm3 700bar

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UML LIGHTWEIGHT ALUMINIUM JACKS Force: Stroke: 6,5-100 t 75-305 mm

HMS STEEL HYDRAULIC JACKS Force: Stroke: 5t 75 mm

PL LIGHTWEIGHT HAND PUMPS - 1000 1600 2800 BAR Reservoir Capacity: Oil Delivery per Stroke in HP: Max Pressure: 2,4-8,0 l 0,9-1,6 cm3 2800bar

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SINGLE ACTING CYLINDERS, SPRING RETURN


Force: Stroke: Maximum working pressure:

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CMI MULTI-PURPOSE CYLINDERS, SPRING RETURN 5-100 t 25-350 mm 700bar

CMC EXTRA FLAT CYLINDERS, SPRING RETURN Force: Stroke: Maximum working pressure: 5-150 t 6-15 mm 700bar

CMF STEEL AND ALUMINIUM HOLLOW PISTON CYLINDERS, SPRING RETURN Force: Stroke: Maximum working pressure: 10-100 t 50-160 mm 700bar

CMP LOW PROFILE CYLINDERS, SPRING RETURN Force: Stroke: Maximum working pressure: 10-100 t 25-50 mm 700bar

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POWERED HOISTING
Take the strain out of lifting heavy loads by using a powered hoist. These include units driven by Electric, Air & Hydraulics. Controlled lifting up to 100 tonne. Full technical support from our sales team who can advise on suitability & planning. All units are available for hire/sale.

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Air Operated Chain Hoist Various Height of Lift Up to 100 tonne lifting capacity Compact size/light weight 100% Duty Rating

Electric Chain Hoist Various Height of Lift Up to 10 tonne lifting capacity 110/415volt available

Powered Winches Various wire capacity Up to 10 tonne lifting/pulling 110/415volt available

LOAD MONITORING
Load Measuring equipment available up to 200 tonne.

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HIRE EQUIPMENT
As well as the sale & inspection of lifting equipment; we also have an extensive fleet of equipment available for hire. Rates are extremely competitive and each item comes with a current certificate of thorough examination. Our hire fleet includes (but is not limited to): Hand Chain Hoist from 500kgs up to 20 tonne Lever Hoist from 750kgs to 15 tonne Beam Clamps & Trolleys from 500kg up to 20 tonne Tirfor Winches from 800kgs to 3.2 tonne Tirfor Ropes - Any Length supplied Alloy Shackles from 1 tonne up to 100 tonne Wire Rope Slings ranging from 1 tonne to over 70 tonne Spreader Beams from 2 tonne to 100 tonne Crane Fork & Net up to 2 tonne Machine Moving Skates from 15 tonne to 100 tonne Nylon Wheel Skates starting at 12 tonne and ranging up to 30 tonne Power Hoists (Electric, Hydraulic, Air) from 250kgs up to 20 tonne Power Winches (Electric, Hydraulic, Air) 1 tonne - 10 tonne Snatch blocks (Single / Double Sheave) to 3 tonne Universal Plate Clamps to 15 tonne Hydraulic Rams to 100 tonne Hydraulic Pumps 10,00 PSI Hydraulic Jacks to 130 tonne Hoses, Couplings, Manifolds to suit Mechanical Jacks to 5 tonne Chain Slings (Single & Multi-leg) 1.5 tonne - 42 tonne Polyester Webbing & Round Slings 1 tonne - 20 tonne Pallet Trucks 2500kgs Mobile Gantry 500kgs - 5 tonne Safety Harness & Lanyard Fall Arrest Blocks Scaffold Hook & Carabines Rescue Tripod & Winch Gas Detectors Test Weights up to 100 tonne

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RSS
Training & Consultancy Ltd
ACCREDITED TRAINING CENTRE

RSS STANDARD COURSES


Number
RSC00

Course Title
ECITB Rigging, Slinging, Moving Loads, ML01, 02, 03. /MPL01, 02, 03 + Site Rigging/Slinging/Signaller Experienced Management of the lifting operation (Appointed Person) to BS 7121 Height Safety Awareness, Rescue, Risks & Hazards, Harness & Lanyard Inspection Electric Overhead Travelling Crane, Eotc. Experienced (inc. Safe Slinging Methods) Lifting Equipment and Accessories Inspection, Fault Finding, Examinations HIAB, Lorry Loader Crane/Cpcs (A36) x 4 Crane Supervisor/Experienced CPCS Singer signaller (A40) Experienced Counter Balance Fork lift / Reach Truck / Side Loader / Cpcs (A16) Experienced x 4) MEWPS. Power Access Equipment, Cherry Picker / Scissor Lift / Harness Inspection / Experienced Safe use of Mobil Scaffolding Including Assembly & Inspection Vehicle Load Securing using & Lashing Using Loadbiders, Chains & Hooks, Ratchet Straps etc Health & SafetyThe Facts (Site Safety) Ppe, Electric Awareness, Fire Safety etc Safe Use of Cutting & Grinding Machine Scaffold Inspection, & Mobile & Tower Safe Use of Ladders & Inspection Telescopic Handler & Inspection Exp. Train the Trainer to Customers in House Requirements i.e. EOTC, etc. LEEA Accredited Loler & Puwer Regs 1998

Duration
2 Days

Maximum Persons
8

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1 Day 3 Days 4 Days 1 Day

8 8

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RSC04

1 Day

RSC05

2 Days

6-8

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1 Day 2 Days 1 Day 1 Day Cpcs 1 Day

6 8 4 8 4 6

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8 8

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1 Day

10

RSC24 RSC25 RSC26 RSC27 RSC38

1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 2-3 Days

8-10 8 8 6 6

RSC40

1/2 Day

10

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PLEASE NOTE: This is only a small selection of the products and services that Rope and Sling Specialists have available, for more information please contact our sales team.

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Tel. 0800 6124 360


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