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Crosby | Straightpoint has launched its multifaceted INSIGHT software that allows users to monitor up to 126 load cells from up to 700m (2,300 ft.) away, before and during a lift
The October issue of the Wire Rope News & Sling Technology magazine will be in the mail soon!
Designed for outdoor construction or for places where headroom is not limited, this beam will accommodate various size loads and uses an upper rigging spread between two lift points which adds stability to the lift.
DCL’s CEO & President, Keith Shepherd announced the addition of Eric Dumont to the DCL team in the role of Senior Technical Sales Representative. Eric has 24 years in the rigging industry and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to DCL.
Swiss electric chain hoist manufacturer GIS AG has launched two additions to its GP series and a new generation of trolleys. The GP1600 and GP2500 electric chain hoists expand the capacity of the range to 6,300kg, while the GHF/GMF manual and motorized trolleys match-up with higher capacity in addition to optimized, quiet running and extended service life.
David Deem, President of Deem Structural Services, Longview, Texas, and Bob Beckner, retired Senior VP of Peterson Beckner Industries, Inc., Dallas, Texas were recently honored by the Steel Erectors Association of America.
A locked coil wire rope includes a circular steel wire inner layer, a central metal core, and a Z-shaped steel wire outer layer. The central metal core has a structure of 1x19W, 1x19S, 1x26WS, 1x31WS, 1x31SW, 1x49SWS or 1x55SWS. The circular steel inner layer includes at least two circular steel wire layers, and a number of steel wires of circular steel wire layer is no less than 18. The Z-shaped steel wire outer layer includes at least one Z-shaped steel wire layer, and a number of steel wires of the Z-shaped steel wire layer is no less than 51. A capacity expansion framework is further disclosed.
Integrating the Company’s lifting expertise with its smart technology, Columbus McKinnon Corporation has launched the Magnetek® brand Intelli-Lift™ System. The second product in its Intelli-Crane™ family of automation products, the Intelli-Lift System furthers Columbus McKinnon’s position as a leading designer and manufacturer of motion control products, technologies, and services for material handling.
A wire rope flaw detection device includes: a base unit including a magnetizer for forming a main magnetic path in the axial direction of a wire rope, and a magnetic sensor for detecting a leakage magnetic flux generated by a wire rope damaged part; and a guide unit including guide members and a guide plate which are formed in U shapes along the outer circumference of the wire rope, wherein the guide unit is fixed to the base unit.