The company's product range extends from electrical chain hoists up to overhead cranes with 160 tonne safe working load (SWL).
What does SWL stand for?
SWL stands for Safe Working Load
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We have 71 other meanings of SWL in our Acronym Attic
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- Stiftung Weimarer Klassik und Kunstsammlungen
- Svenska Working Kelpie Klubben (Swedish: Swedish Working Kelpie Club; dog club; Sweden)
- Shintani Wado Kai Karate Federation
- Social Web and Knowledge Management (workshop)
- Series-Weighted k-out-of-n
- Shinshinkan World Karate Organization (Argentina)
- Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic (computer game)
- Star Wars: Knights of the Republic (game)
- Spencer W Kimball Tower (Brigham Young University classroom, Provo, Utah)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The design of the system allows for each magnet to have a safe working load of 10 tonnes.
Stock holding by Dubai Crane will facilitate prompt delivery for main market cranes of single or double girder construction up to 25 tonnes safe working load and up to 30 m span.
Numerous rock anchorages were reportedly carrying loads of more than 130% of their safe working load, and the defects were subsequently caused by Miller's breaches of contract, the writ claims.
This mobile floor lifter called The TENOR is specifically designed for heavier patients with a safe working load of 704 pounds.
Drawing on over 25 years' experience of mechanical handling equipment for the food industry, Sy spal has ensured that the Buggie Tumbler has been robustly designed for safe working loads up to 250kg.
The crane was not overloaded in excess of its safe working load.