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5 Uses for Synthetic Web Slings

Boulder and Rock Moving Slings Marine Slings Synthetic Slings Uses for Web Slings Web Slings

Synthetic web slings can be used for a large variety of applications that don’t require crane operations. Here's our list of five...

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Top 3 Chain Sling Rigging Tips

When lifting a load with any type of rigging equipment the balance and weight of your load is a large determining factor on how to lift it safely. Chain slings are commonly used because of their strength and ability to adapt to the shape of the load. In addition, chain slings can be heated to temperatures of up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit without permanently reducing its strength.

Alloy Chain Slings

Tip 1: Use An Appropriate Chain Sling

Slings should be selected that are suitable for the type of load, hitch...

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Should You Employ Collaborative Robots?

As you probably know, many companies are now integrating collaborative robots into their operations to increase efficiency. Especially for manual, redundant tasks. We are considering adding two types of Collaborative Robots into our line of material handling solutions.

First is a Mobile Robot which looks like an AGV, however, it is sensor-driven and self navigating. It moves items from one location to another and automatically stops, turns and goes around objects in its direct path. No facility modifications are needed with the installation of this AIV (Automated Intelligent Vehicle).

Second, the TM Series takes human-machine collaboration to the next level....

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Collision Avoidance Systems

Collision Avoidance Systems Overhead Crane Safety

Overhead crane installations do not automatically include collision avoidance; this is an option that should be considered whenever there are multiple cranes on a runway or when any kind of crane travel impact is to be avoided.

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Are You Turning a Blind Eye to Safety?

Industrial Overhead Rigging Tips Rigging a Lift Safely

The most valuable thing I’ve learned is that there are no shortcuts for safety. It’s a common illusion to think that an “easy” job should take less time and less preparation.

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