Bespoke Modular Spreader Beams

 

Multi-Sec Modular Spreader Beams provide the ideal solution for a wide array of lifting applications. The basic configuration has two slings attached to shackles at each end of the beam, which connects to a lifting device, such as a hoist or crane. 

 

This versatile and cost-effective lifting solution can be designed and manufactured by our experienced design and engineering team according to your specific lifting application.

 

Our design and engineering team have extensive experience in the design and manufacture of bespoke modular spreader beams and are on hand to deliver cost-effective and practical solutions to your lifting problems.

 

Our in-house engineering capabilities include:

  • Engineering Design (including FE Analysis and 3D Modelling)
  • Engineering/Drafting/Lifting Consultancy
  • Rigging Design Services
  • Manufacturing
  • Proof Load Testing

 

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 Lifting Systems are proof load tested in-house prior to despatch and supplied complete with relevant certification.

     Multi-SEC UK

 

Benefits:

Cost effective – Only a small number of components are required to make up a variety of spans and configurations.

Versatile Multi-Sec can be configured into virtually any lifting rig to enable the most complicated of structures to be lifted.

Storage – Multi-Sec can be dismantled and stored in a relatively small area saving valuable space.

Handling – Multi-Sec are able to be handled more easily than conventional fixed spreader beams.

Transport – Multi-Sec can be shipped in component form, therefore a smaller, more cost effective vehicle can be used for transportation.

High load capacity to size ratio – Relatively small modular lifting beams can lift high loads compared with fixed lifting beam configurations.

 

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.