How to use the vertical plate lifting clamp correctly

- Feb 02, 2019-

The vertical plate lifting clamp can be used to lift the steel plate by one. When the H-shaped steel and the I-beam are hoisted, it can be used for both. It can be used only by lifting the cylinder. It can also be used with the beam to hoist the steel plate and the two-legged rigging link lifting. Steel plates, etc., have a wide range of applications.
 
In actual use, the appropriate vertical plate lifting clamp should be selected according to the weight and thickness of the steel plate. The steel plate clamp is strictly prohibited from being overloaded. The handle of the vertical clamp is moved to push the lock plate to push the arm. The largest opening is under the restriction of the arm. Push the vertical steel plate lifting clamp to insert the steel plate into the jaw of the vertical clamp until the bottom, then pull back the handle to clamp the jaw of the vertical clamp to the steel plate.
 
Usually, the vertical plate lifting clamp can only lift one steel plate at a time, and it should be stuck in the middle of the steel plate. It should be placed symmetrically on both sides of the steel plate when used. When the two-limb rigging links the vertical steel plate lifting clamp to lift the same steel plate, the foot of the universal lifting ring does not exceed 60 degrees, the apex angle of the universal lifting ring does not exceed 30 tons, and the maximum of the two vertical lifting tongs The weight is less than 1.5 times the weight of a single limb.
 
The vertical steel plate lifting clamp is only suitable for the vertical lifting of the steel plate. It is strictly forbidden to be used for the horizontal lifting of the steel plate. If there is serious inclination after the lifting of the steel plate, the vertical lifting clamp should be reinstalled. It is strictly forbidden to touch in the lifting project. And impact steel plate, steel plate clamp is not suitable for the lifting of stainless steel plate, the steel plate is not allowed to be oiled.

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