Lifting & Spreader Beams

 

Multi-Sec Lifting Beams are the perfect solution when a lift has restricted headroom, and are appropriate for lifting large, unstable loads. The basic configuration has a single attachment location, or lug, at the centre of the top side of the beam for connection to a lifting device, such as a crane or hoist. The load attaches to the beam through two or more evenly spaced lugs along the bottom side of the beam, which allows for the weight to be evenly distributed, and prevents sagging and shifting. 

 

Multi-Sec Spreader Beams, sometimes called Spreader Bars, can be used when the centre of gravity of the lift is offset. The basic configuration has two slings attached to lugs at each end of the beam, which connects to a lifting device, such as a hoist or crane. Like a lifting beam, the load attaches to the beam through two or more evenly spaced lugs along the bottom side of the beam, which allows for the weight to be evenly distributed, and prevents sagging and shifting. 

 

If you need help or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our sales team for guidance. This product is designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom.

 

The entire range of Multi-Sec products are proof load tested in-house prior to despatch and supplied with the relevant certifications.

 

The entire range of Multi-Sec Lifting Systems are proof load tested in-house prior to despatch and supplied complete with relevant certification.

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Designed and manufactured in accordance with:

  • BS EN 13155:2003+A2:2009 Cranes – Safety – Non-fixed load lifting attachments
  • BS EN 1993-1-1:2005 Eurocode 3
  • EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC 
  • LOLER:1998 (Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations
  • PUWER: 1998 (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations)
  • DNV-GL approval can be arranged upon request.