False Accessories: Lifting Point 220Email: sales@ carlstahlevita. co. uk Web: www. carlstahlevita. co. uk L B D C 120° MW I A H G 45° 45° F TypeWLL in t up to120° DimensionsmmBolt thread Weight kg/ ea. Part No. MWABCFGHIL VABH- B 1.5t1.5256.57811770486038154 x M100.785363. V0.15 VABH- B 2.5t2.5307.510114885607549184 x M121.735363. V0.25 VABH- B 4t43510122171104709059254 x M1635363. V0.40 VABH- B 6.7t6.740121562081208511070304 x M205.65363. V0.65 45° C A L MW B I D H F G 15° 15° TypeWLL in t up to45° DimensionsmmBolt thread Weight kg/ ea. Part No. MWABCDFGHIL VCGH- G16104815141200220120170 ( 100) 15070504 x M246.45362. V0.16 VCGH- G20166320187272288150210 ( 120) 22887506 x M2410.45362. V0.20 VCGH- G22206320195276292150240 ( 120) 22092506 x M2417.55362. V0.22 5362V. VIP- Mounted hook VCGH- G The bolt on hook is an attachment point for rope slings, round slings and slings with eye or oval ring. The sturdy hook has a safety catch which prevents accidental unhooking of the sling. Minimum bolt size 8.8 Surface: Pink powder coating 5363V. VIP- Mounted hook VABH- B • Operating range up to 120° • Permissible loading 45° in lateral pull design • Forged safety latch • 100% crack detection on bolts • Anti corrosion bolts • No protruding hook tip - no accidental hooking • Patented wear marks Overload Measure Points Wear Marks ? ?
False Accessories: Instructions for Bolt & Weld on Points Tel: 0845 226 0819 Fax: 0845 130 4499221 SymmetricalUnsymmetrical Two leg21 Three/ four leg32 VLBG/ WBG- V/ VRS/ RBG RS/ WBG/ PP 100° to 200° Cminus 15% 200° to 300° C minus 10% 200° to 250° Cminus20% 300° to 400° C minus25% 250° to 350° Cminus25% 1. Reference should be made to statutory regulations and installation to be carried out by competent skilled persons only. 2. Before installing and use, visually inspect the lifting points in regular intervals, paying special attention to seats of bolts, corrosion, wear, weld cracks, deformations, etc. 3. The the installation point should be chosen in such a way that the introduced forces can be accepted by the base material without deformations. 4. The lifting points must be positioned on the load in such a way that non- permitted loads such as twisting or turnings will be avoided. a.) For single leg lift, the lifting point should be vertically above the gravity centre of the load b.) For two leg lifts, the lifting points must be on both sides and above the gravity centre of the load. c.) For three and four leg lifts, the lifting points should be arranged symmetrically around the centre of gravity in the same place. 5. Load Symmetry The required WLL of the individual lifting point has to be calculated based on the following physical formulas for symmetrical and unsymmetrical loading. WLL G n x cos ß WLL = required of lifting point/ individual leg ( kg) G = Load weight ( kg) n = Number of load bearing legs ß= Angle of inclination of the individual leg The number of bearing legs is: 6. Effects of temperature The lifting points for weld on, types LBS, RBS and RBK can together with the load ( e. g. weld construction) be annealed stress-free for several times without reduction of WLL. Temperature = 600° C. With lifting points for bolt on, the WLLs have to be reduced acc. to the following table: Reduction of WLL: 7. The places where the lifting points are fixed should be marked in colour. 8. When handling the lifting means ( sling chain), no squeezing, shearing, catching and impact spots must occur. Damaging of the lifting points by sharp corners must be avoided. 9. For the assembly of the lifting points, please follow the user instructions enclosed. For Welding Pay attention to the following points during welding: ? The welding should be carried out by a qualified welder acc. to DIN EN 287- 1. ? Material of welding block is St 52- 3 ( 1.0570). ? The connecting surfaces must be free from dirt, oil, colour, etc. ? Do not weld at the red, powder coated tempered load ring. ? The complete construction can be annealed stress- free for several times at = 600° C without reduction of WLL. ? The welding spot has to be suitable for the correspondence force. ? The distance lugs assist in achieving the required root weld ( approx. 3mm). Important: By the arrangement of weld ( continuous HV), the following requirements are fulfilled. DIN 18800 for steel building prescribes: At outdoor sites or in case of special danger of corrosion, the welds should only be designed as continuous, fillet welds. The HV weld at the LBS assures a connection via the whole cross section of hte material. This corresponds to a closed weld showing no signs of corrosion. For Bolting ? The position to be designed in such a way that the introduced forces can be accepted by the basic material without deformations. German authorities recommend the following minimum bolting lengths. 1 x Min Steel ( M = thread size, e. g. M20) 1.25 x Min Cast Iron 2 x M in Aluminium ? With shock loadings, twisting or vibrations, especially with through bolts and nuts, an unintentional dismounting may occur. Possibilities of securing: liquid means such as Loctite ( respect manufacturer’s prescriptions) or form closed bolt securing such as crown nut with key, counter nut, etc. ? With light metals, non ferrous heavy metals and grey cast, the thread arrangement has to be chosen in such a way that the WLL of the thread corresponds with the respective basic material. ? RUD will not accept any warranty for the use of any bolts not supplied by RUD! Minimum quality fo the base material “ steel” must be 1.0037 ( St 37). ? Assembly or fitting of the different bolt lengths with types WBG- V only to be carried out by the manufacturer. ? With types PP. WBG- V and WBG check maximum slackness between upper part and part below, size “ s” – refer to table. In case the maximum slackness has been exceeded, WBG and WBG- V must not be used any more. These parts must not be loaded to proof load. Instructions for Bolt and Weld on Lifting Points