When choosing a beam clamp lifting, you must take the flange of the beam and the position of the load into consideration. The clamp identification plate will provide details such as the range of adjustment and adjusting capabilities. Most clamps are designed for in-line use and have lines of force at right angles to the beam flange. Clamps designed for side loading, such as models S1 and S2, are unsuitable. A wide range of different types of clamps is available.
Unistrut U style beam clamps:
Whether you’re installing a new roof or need to secure an existing beam to a structure, you can get various beam clamps for Unistrut channel systems. These clamps are hot-rolled, oiled steel and conform to ASTM A1011 SS GR 33. They are typically used for lifting purposes, and some are even available in stainless steel. However, if you need to secure a beam to a structure for a special purpose, you should check the Unistrut Catalog for stainless steel options.
Nobles RIG-MATE Girder Clamp:
The Nobles RIG-MATE Girder Clamp is an important maintenance tool that allows you to attach lifting points to girders easily. The Rig-Mate Girder Clamp has zinc passivated screw axle and a bottom eye to ensure a tight grip. It has been fully proof load tested for girder use and is designed for vertical applications only. Never use a Rig-Mate Girder Clamp at an angle greater than 15 degrees.
Beam clamps are useful for lifting heavy objects and providing versatile connections to structural steel. They are commonly used in industrial settings and are widely available online. Learn about beam clamps and how to choose the right one for your specific application. You can also shop for bespoke beam clamps made to order.
WH-BC Fixed Jaw Super Clamp:
The WH-BC Fixed Jaw Super Clamp is manufactured to BS EN13155:2003. It is available in working load limits of 2 to 15 tons and beam ranges of 76mm to 610mm. Each of its jaws features a gusset, which maximizes contact between the beam and clamp. This clamp also features a shackle attached to the bottom of the jaw, which makes it easy to attach a hoist to the clamp.