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Chain and lever hoist are most commonly used for applications that require a load to be lifted or suspended overhead. However, when load bearing beams are present, attaching the hoists to the beam can present a challenge, and that's where beam clamps and trolleys come into play. Watch our video for useful information on beam clamps and trolleys, and how you can safely install and put them to use for your application.

At E-Rigging, we offer 3 different options of Tyler Tool beam attachment products:

Beam Clamps

Beam Clamps
Beam Clamp in Use
Beam clamps are fairly simple in design. They are composed of a set of jaws that open and close by the operation of a threaded handle. The jaws are designed to fit around and onto the flange of a beam. Once tightened to the beam, it will serve as a stationary attachment point for lifting or suspending devices.

Installation of Beam Clamps

Unscrew the Jaws of the Beam Clamp
Open the jaws of the clamp, so that they are wide enough to fit over the beam flange.
Fit Jaw over Beam Flange Tighten Jaw over Beam Flange
Once the jaws of the clamp have fit over the beam flange, use the screw handle to tighten the clamp firmly onto the beam.
Installed Beam Clamp
Be sure that the beam flange is seated properly within the jaws before attaching any type of lifting devices or loads to the clamp.

General Safety Information

Be sure to check the width of the beam before making your beam clamp or beam trolley selection.

Always take into consideration the load capacity of the beam and any other lifting devices used in your application.

Never attach a beam clamp or trolley to a beam that is fixed at an angle.

We hope this information has cleared up any questions or concerns you might have about the selection and installation of beam clamps and trolleys for your application. If you have any further questions, please Contact Us.

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