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Import vs Domestic Rigging Products: How to Choose the Best

Considering the pros and cons of using domestic or imported rigging products for your next lifting project.

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Ultimately, the decision to choose a domestic or an imported wire rope, shackle, hook, sling or any other type of rigging product will come down to what best suits your company’s needs. There are obviously advantages and disadvantages to choosing a domestically-made or imported hook, shackle, wire rope, chain sling, or synthetic roundslings.

How to Make Sure Your Lifting and Rigging Equipment is OSHA Compliant

A site assessment addresses and solves safety and compliance issues regarding cranes and lifting equipment.

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“Where do I start?” This is a question that is on the minds of safety and maintenance leaders in all types of industries when it comes to safety and compliance with OSHA and ASME standards. When you have that nagging feeling that you are not compliant with ASME standards regarding lifting, rigging and overhead cranes, the question “where do I start?” can keep conscientious safety and maintenance leaders up at night.

How to Inspect a Twin-Path Synthetic Roundsling to ASME Standards

One of the most basic but crucial aspects of using a Twin-Path® synthetic roundsling is inspecting it prior to each use.

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We often get questions from our customers about what to look for when inspecting a Twin-Path® synthetic roundsling. Customers also want to know if there are any differences in the inspection process for a single-path roundsling and a Twin-Path® roundsling. The inspection processes are the same, but this article will also address additional inspection best practices outlined by Slingmax®, the manufacturer of Twin-Path® synthetic roundslings.

How to Inspect a Synthetic Roundsling to ASME B30.9 Standards

The most basic, yet essential, part of using a synthetic roundsling is inspecting it prior to each use.

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The most basic, yet essential, part of using a synthetic roundsling is inspecting it prior to each use. Inspecting your synthetic roundsling will confirm that the equipment is in proper working condition, and that the correct synthetic roundsling is being used for the specific job requirements.

Which CMAA Overhead Crane Service Class is Best for Your Business?

Selecting the right class and duty cycle for an overhead crane is critical for balancing the initial investment of a crane system with the cost of future maintenance that will be required.

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If you put a little bit of thought and consideration into how often you will be using an overhead crane, how hard your overhead crane will have to work, and the type of environment that your crane will be working in, you can get a pretty good sense of what type of crane duty cycle or service class will be best for your business or facility.

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