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Support loads using sturdy Lifting Beams

By Mary Porter Subscribe to RSS | June 21st 2012 | Views:
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How do you lift a load and keep it perfectly balanced at the same time? The answer is to use a lifting beam that not only supports the load it balances it as well thanks to multiple lifting points. Lifting beams are used in engineering processes when heavy materials have to be lifted off the ground. They are fabricated to the highest of standards and come in two point centre suspension options or four point Lifting Beans are also commonly used that have a unique ‘H’ shape.

Heavy Lifting Beams are designed to cope with a variety of loads they can handle small half ton loads with ease and lift items that weigh upwards of 500 tonnes. Most Lifting Beams are made to customer orders by manufactures of runway beams but some products can also be hired as well.

If you want to lift and shift heavy materials with ease using Lifting Beams that can handle the load.

What to look for in Lifting beams

By design Lifting Beams are made from durable steel products made to exact customer specifications. Strength and durability are important factors of Lifting Beams they have to be sturdy enough to cope with the heavy demands that’ll be thrown at them. The sizes and weight of the Lifting Beams can be crucial to ensure they handle heavy loads. The last thing you need is Lifting Beams that fail to work on site so careful considerations need to be made when choosing the weight and the span of the product.

Capacities and sizes will differ depending on customer specifications and manufacturers of runway beams tailor the beams to individual requirements.

Where can you use Lifting beams?

Durable and dependable Lifting Beams can be used in a host of indoor and outdoor environments. The surface areas of the Lifting Beams are painted with protective coatings or they can be galvanised to enhance the longevity of the lifting equipment.

Lifting Beams can be used on land in plants and workshops and they can also be put to use offshore for marine applications as well. Whenever and wherever there’s a need to support and balance heavy objects as they are being lifted you can rely on Lifting beams to get the job done, they’re just as reliable as runway beams.

Mary Porter - About Author:
Lifting beams need to be in perfect working order and operate productively and proficiently. We have an extensive and wide-ranging assortment of top notch runway beams at technical-lifting-solutions.co.uk.

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