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General Information

BEAM PRODUCTS

Lifting Beams & Spreaders Other Types


Nobles are at the forefront of lifting and spreader beam design. There are, of course other types of beam, most of which are
In addition to our growing range of standard products a large adjustable versions of the basic three. Other common types worth
number of the spreader/lifting beams manufactured by Nobles considering are X-beams, spreader frames and H-beams.
are purpose built.

Cost, Ease of Use, Stability & Headroom How to Order Lifting & Spreader Beams
Generally a higher cost beam will result in very good ease of use 1. WLL required Tonnes or Kgs
and long life while the availability of headroom greatly affects 2. Centre distance of load or pick
the stability of the lift. Nobles engineers have the expertise and up points mm
experience to provide the best solution for any given lifting/ 3. Headroom mm
spreader beam application.
4. Length of sling leg mm
Beam Types: 5. Angle of sling leg 60, 90 or 120
6. Type of attachments at A, B, C & D Oblong Links,
Chain Connectors,
Shackles, Hooks etc.

A
3
1. Basic Lifting Beam
Has a centre lifting lug at the top to accommodate a crane hook
and has a bottom lug at each end for connecting slings or in some
instances for hooking directly to the load.
B Lifting Beam
4
D
2

2. Basic Spreader Beam A


Literally spreads a two legged top sling. A spreader beam has
better stability than a lifting beam and a higher potential capacity
for a given size of steel section used. 5

3. Combination Beam
This beam is a combination of (1.) & (2.) and offers the versatility Spreader Beam
4 C
of a dual purpose beam.
D 2

Lifting Stability is a function of:


1. The lifting beams height (A). A
A A
A A
A A
A

2. The centre of gravity (G) in comparison to the lower hanging 3. Lower slings as short as
points (B). possible to avoid movement.

4. The shape of the trapezoid


B+ made by the lifting beam,
G
Risk
G B- slings and the load. of drop
B+
G
Risk
G B- of drop
Where (B) is lower than (G), (A) must be longer than (B)
B+
G
Risk
B+ G B- of drop
G
Risk
G B- of drop