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08 - MATERIALS HANDLING

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ORDER CODE

Lug Centers (mm)

WLL as Lifting

Beam (tonnes)

WLL as Spreader

Beam (tonnes)

S15040690

2290 3.1 15.0

2690 2.7 15.0

3090 2.4 15.0

3490 2.0 15.0

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ORDER CODE

Lug Centers (mm)

WLL as Lifting

Beam (tonnes)

WLL as Spreader

Beam (tonnes)

S1504311

4000 6.0

30

4500 5.25

30

5000 4.5

30

5500 4.25

30

6000 4.0

30

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ORDER CODE

Lug Centers (mm)

WLL as Lifting

Beam (tonnes)

WLL as Spreader

Beam (tonnes)

S1504350

4000 6.5

50

4500 6.0

50

5000 5.4

50

5500 4.9

50

6000 4.5

50

Pipe End Caps

Our End Cap range is the perfect versatile and affordable

solution to your large lift needs. Offering high Working Load

Limits (from 50t up to 220t), at greater spans than standard

beams (up to 15mtrs). The Pipe End Caps simply slip over

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Our Pipe End Caps are:

• Versatile

• Heavy Duty

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• Tested

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• Adjustable

• Manufactured from Australian steel

• Galvanised

And Come Complete With:

• Transport Lugs

• Pipe Sections (optional - ask your nearest Bullivants

Branch for details)

WARNING!

• Before use a competent person shall check the condition

of the Caps

• Before use a competent person shall check all lifting

equipment to be used with the Caps (this includes the pipe)

• Always remember; The tare weight of the Beam will

increase the load on the crane or hoist being used

• Do not attempt to alter or repair the End Caps. Any repairs

shall be conducted by Bullivants’

• Before lifting the load ensure that the load is even and that

the Pipe End Caps are securely in place

• Always ensure that the sling angles are correct before

taking the load

• Always take the weight of the load slowly. Shock-loading

the end caps could cause them to slip off the pipe

• Always know the weight of the load and be sure that all

lifting equipment has an adequate WLL for the lift!