In this video, we explore the revolutionary Caldwell Dura-Lite™ composite lifting beam. Discover how these lightweight beams, weighing as little as nine pounds, can lift loads as heavy as a grand piano, a baby elephant, or over 200 bricks—from a quarter ton to three tons on standard models!
We take an in-depth look at the advantages of Caldwell’s composite lifting and spreader beams over traditional metal beams. Learn about their corrosion resistance, non-conductive properties, and the rigorous testing that proves their strength and durability.
Whether you’re in construction, marine, utility, or other industries, this innovative lifting solution could transform your operations. Contact Mazzella’s lifting and rigging division for more information and assistance in planning your next lift. Don’t forget to like, subscribe, and hit the bell for more informative and entertaining content.
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In This Video
0:00 – Intro
0:55 – What is Dura-Lite™ made from?
1:22 – What are the advantages of using a composite beam over steel?
3:12 – Is the Dura-Lite™ composite beam as strong as steel?
5:11 – What are the disadvantages of using a composite beam?
6:09 – Are there real-world examples of companies using Dura-Lite™?
7:08 – Are composite beams the future of lifting?
8:00 – How can you learn more about Caldwell’s Dura-Lite™ Composite Lifting Beam?
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