Power Edge Slings To Set Distillery Still
One of Indusco’s long time customers used Power Edge slings to set a distillery still in Port Covington, Maryland. The slings were sewn in house by Bridget Russell. The distillery is
being built by Kevin Plank, the owner of Under Armour.
Inspection / Repair of Lifting & Rigging Products
A national construction company awarded Indusco with a large inspection and repair order, consisting of chain falls, hoists, plate clamps, shackles and an assortment of other rigging products. Two containers of product were delivered, inspected, repaired and returned to the customer within two weeks.
Rigging for Manitowoc Crane Lift
A Manitowoc 2250 was being moved from a pier to a barge when the pier collapsed. Indusco was contacted to supply rigging to lift the 667,000 pound crane. After decisions were made, the Indusco Wire Rope Shop went to work and fabricated two, 2” three-part braided wire rope slings (80 feet long and perfectly matched). Indusco also supplied ENR13S synthetic round slings. The lift went off without a hitch!
Lifting & Rigging Products for 250 Ton Articulating Boom Crane
Indusco assisted a customer in building their second 250 Ton Articulating Boom Barge Crane. They purchased (4) 150 ton blocks, (2) 30 ton blocks, (2) 60 ton swivels, (4) 3″ x 60′ strand pendants, (4) 1-1/4″ wedge sockets and 7,700′ of 1-1/4″ 6x25 lWRC wire rope. This customer has been in business since 1903 and is a major player in the heavy construction industry.
Power Edge Synthetic Slings for Restoration of the Washington Monument
Indusco provided Power Edge Synthetic Slings to assist in the restoration of the Washington Monument! Indusco’s Power Edge Synthetic Slings were featured on a local news broadcast about the Washington Monument restoration process.
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Rigging Products for Dunlap Crossing Bridge Project
Indusco provided rigging products for the Dunlap Crossing Bridge Project! The rigging products were used to build the Dunlap Crossing suspension pedestrian bridge (140 foot span) in Covington, Virginia. Johann Zimmermann, PE designed the bridge. You can see more of his work at johannzimmermann.com.
Indusco supplied: 3/4” 6 x 25 wire rope, 3/4” dropped forged clips, 3/4” thimbles, 1-1/4” x 18” jaw / jaw turnbuckles, a 1-1/4” x 10’ threaded rod, a #3 clevis, 3/16” galvanized proof coil chain, 3/16” galvanized aircraft cable, a 1/4” zinc plated rapid link and an assortment of eyebolts and hardware.