The horizontal plate lifting clamp is also a narrow-faced steel plate clamp, which is small and light, easy to operate. In the process of production, the horizontal lifting steel plate lifting clamp adopts special alloy steel cam with high temperature quenching, high-strength steel The body is of good quality and long service life.
The horizontal lifting steel lifting clamp is equipped with a pull-type safety lock to increase safety. The steel plate clamp adopts a bolt-type locking device (spring fastening mechanism), which is safe to operate. The automatic fastening mechanism of the whole product is strong, and the fastening force is the load. More than 2 times the load, the grip is large and prevents falling off. Uses: horizontal hanging, horizontal hanging, handling, reversing, rotating, welding, assembly, loading, stamping and so on.
Horizontal hanging steel lifting clamps are suitable for lifting thick and thin steel plates and various types of parts. In addition to lifting heavy objects, the tongs can also be used for picking up work. For example, the workshop used to pull out the steel bars stuck in the iron shell. The horizontal lifting steel lifting clamp is light in weight and is made of low alloy high strength structure and heat treated. The two methods of using horizontal hanging steel lifting clamps are as follows:
Beam hoisting: The basic usage of the horizontal tongs is connected by beams to form two pairs of transverse tongs.
Special note: The safe working load of the transverse tongs refers to the load of a pair of transverse tongs. The thickness of the lifting plate is refers to the thickness range of the safety lifting steel plate of the tongs. The actual opening degree of the tongs should be greater than the thickness of the steel plate. Before lifting, you must first check whether the weight and thickness of the steel plate match the horizontal clamp.
Rope hoisting: The load must be reduced during operation, generally ≤ 45 °. At β=45°, the lifting load of the transverse tongs is 0.5 times of the original lifting load; at β=30°, the lifting load of the transverse tongs is 0.75 times of the original lifting load.