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WRE CATALOG GUIDE] 37 WHAT’S NEW 39 WRE CATALOG


39 WIRE ROPE 51 MILLIMETER WIRE ROPE


53 BLOCKS 56 CLAMPS 56 CLIPS 57 EQUIPMENT 60 EYE NUTS 60 EYEBOLTS


WHAT’S NEW HARRINGTON HOISTS, INC. INTRODUCES STANDARD DUTY LIFTING BEAM - CHANNEL DESIGN - MODEL HSDLB


Harrington Hoists, Inc. introduces their HSDLB Standard Duty Lifting Beam which is designed for low headroom applications. Model HSDLB is available from ½ thru 40 Ton capacities with outside spreads from 3 to 30 feet. Additional sizes and capacities are also available. To minimize wear, the HSDLB features a precision machined bail for a good connection between the saddle of the hook and the upper radius of the bail. Three standard lift points for load adjustment are included and it is supplied with a pair of heavy-duty swivel hooks. Additional lift points and hardware are available as options. The HSDLB is engineered and manufactured to ASME B30.20 & BTH-1 Design Category B Service Class 2 and has a specified fatigue life of 100,001 to 500,000 load cycles. All HSDLB, Standard Duty Lifting Beams are Proof-Tested to 125% capacity. y


61 HOISTS 61 HOOKS 62 LINKS 63 MASTER LINK 63 MISCELLANEOUS 64 ROPE 65 SHACKLES 66 SHEAVES


66 SLEEVES 67 SLINGS 68 SOCKETS 69 SWIVELS 70 THIMBLES 70 TURNBUCKLES 72 WEBBING 72 WINCHES


WHAT’S NEW COLUMBUS MCKINNON EXPANDS MAGNETEK® BRAND COLLISION AVOIDANCE PRODUCT PORTFOLIO


New LaserGuard™ Mini Provides Increased Safety Features and Easy Serviceability Columbus McKinnon Corporation


(NASDAQ: CMCO), a leading designer and manufacturer of motion control products and technologies for material handling, introduces the Magnetek® brand LaserGuard™ Mini, the newest system in the Company’s collision avoidance product portfolio. LaserGuard Mini offers simplified installation, increased distance detection, and competitive pricing. “Ensuring overhead material handling systems operate smoothly


WHAT’S NEW PHILLYSTRAN DEVELOPES X-TREMA GUARD ROPE PROTECTION SLEEVE


Phillystran, a specialist in high performance synthetic fiber ropes, has developed the X-Trema Guard rope sleeve to protect ropes from external abrasion. The braided, durable sleeve can be easily slipped onto a rope to protect the splice eye and other parts of the fibre rope from abrasion. During mooring, towing and lifting applications, fiber ropes can be exposed


to a range of abrasion hazards such as fairleads, bollards and rope-on-rope wear. If left unprotected, the heat generated by the abrasion may wear the rope away causing it to eventually fail under load. Applying the harder wearing X-Trema Guard sleeve protects the rope from abrasion, ensuring optimum service life. The X-Trema Guard sleeve is a braided jacket made from either high tenacity


Polyester or Dyneema® fiber. Dyneema® fiber is among the highest abrasion resistance synthetics available in today’s market. “The X-Trema Guard sleeve gives the best possible protection to fiber ropes working in demanding applications where there is a risk of abrasion. Using the braided sleeve will significantly reduce the effects of fiber rope abrasion and ensure maximum rope service life,” says Greg Savage, industrial sales representative, Phillystran. Phillystran products are used worldwide in a broad range of marine, industrial & military rope applications.


Phillystran has a reputation for excellence in the development of rope performance, longevity and efficiency. Follow THIS LINK to learn more. y


WIRE ROPE EXCHANGE MAY–JUNE 2020 37


is critical for the safety of both workers and facility equipment,” said Casey Cummins, product manager for Magnetek-brand controls. “Utilizing our systems to avoid collisions can help increase facility safety, reduce maintenance costs, and improve productivity and uptime.” LaserGuard Mini helps enhance the performance of overhead


material handling systems by preventing crane-to-crane and crane-to- wall collisions. With two configurable distance points — slowdown and stop — LaserGuard Mini limits the risk of cranes impacting operators, equipment, and workspaces. Using this system, crane speed is limited when it reaches the initial slow-down point and motion halts completely when the crane reaches the stop point. The easy-to-install LaserGuard Mini system allows you to program


distances directly on the laser or from a PC, with the addition of an optional accessory. LaserGuard Mini also offers easy serviceability, featuring a compact design with components installed on a DIN rail in an open panel, so you can get back up and running quickly. LaserGuard Mini is ideal for all types of cranes equipped with variable


frequency drives, soft starters, or contactor controls. To learn more about the LaserGuard Mini, or any of Columbus McKinnon’s collision avoidance products, visit www.magnetek.com. y


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