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Note: Test Certicate For Proof Load And Safe Working Load From Government Approved Test House Should Be Submitted Along With Supply.
Available in safe working loads from 500kg up to 5000kg, the new CLX crane performs as a strong link in any process chain, said a statement from Konecranes.
With a range of 33m and a maximum safe working load of 30 tonnes, the 880 EQ is well equipped to unload even the largest ships at the port, and is also adept at transferring heavy goods.
The company's product range extends from lifting equipment, electrical overhead, gantry and jib cranes, wire rope hoists, chain hoists to overhead cranes with 160 tonne safe working load (SWL).
The cranes have a safe working load of 40 tonnes under a telescopic spreader and the lift height over the rail is 21m.
Application range: people with impaired mobility and wheelchair users - internal and external locations - Soft start/stop included as standard - Safe working load 400Kg - Rated speed 0.
All inpatient beds at the Cardiff-based hospital have a safe working load of 29 stone.
For more information on its various ropes, safe working loads, benefits of twisted versus braided, etc.