Precast Concrete Lifting Clutch LTR type

Item No.: 502035
H-Lift precast concrete lifting clutch LTR type is designed for lifting pre-cast concrete products like panels, pipes, columns, etc. LTR type lifting clutch with locking bolt is designed for safety and fast connection/removal.
Description Concrete Lifting Anchor
H-Lift Precast Concrete Lifting Clutch, LTR type
The precast concrete lifting clutch is used for lifting and transporting precast concrete elements with cast in spherical head anchors. They have been designed so that they cannot spontaneously disengage whilst the system is under load at any orientation, provided they are connected to the head of the correct anchor in the recess. When the lift is complete and the load released, the clutch is quickly and simply disengaged.
  • Designed for lifting pre-cast concrete products like panels, pipes, columns, etc.
  • LTR type lifting clutch with locking bolt is designed for safety and fast connection / removal.
  • Quenched & tempered.
  • 100% Magnaflux Crack Detection.
  • Standard: EN 1677
  • Material: forged alloy steel
  • Proof load:  2.5 times the Working Load Limit
  • Safety factor: 5:1 for LTR type;
  • Surface finish: powder coated or zinc plated
Item No. WLL BL Main Dimensions(mm) Weight Product Code
ton ton A B C D H E kg
8-LTR-025 2.5 12.5 95 70 58.8 27 58 35 1.58 502035025
8-LTR-050 5 25 117 85 66.2 37 82 45 3.58 502035050
8-LTR-100 10 50 148 110 84.6 50 110 56 9 502035100
Concrete Lifting Anchor

A precast concrete lifting clutch, also known as a concrete lifting anchor or a concrete lifting clutch assembly, is a specialized lifting device used for lifting and handling precast concrete elements, such as concrete panels, beams, and slabs, during construction or transportation. Precast concrete elements are typically manufactured offsite in a controlled environment and then transported to the construction site for installation. Precast concrete lifting clutches are designed to securely attach to the precast concrete elements and provide a reliable and safe lifting point for hoisting and positioning them.

The basic components of a typical precast concrete lifting clutch assembly may include:

  • Lifting clutch body: This is the main part of the assembly that is embedded or cast into the precast concrete element during manufacturing. It is usually made of high-strength steel and is designed to provide a durable and load-bearing attachment point for lifting.
  • Lifting clutch handle: This is the part of the assembly that protrudes from the precast concrete element and is used for attaching the lifting equipment, such as a lifting hook or shackle. The lifting clutch handle is typically made of steel and is designed to provide a safe and convenient grip for lifting and handling.
  • Locking mechanism: This is a component of the lifting clutch assembly that engages with the lifting clutch body to secure the lifting clutch handle in place during lifting. The locking mechanism may include a spring-loaded latch, a locking pin, or other types of mechanisms that prevent accidental release of the lifting clutch handle during lifting operations.
  • Markings and identification: Precast concrete lifting clutches may be marked or identified with information such as the manufacturer's name or trademark, the working load limit (WLL), and other relevant information to ensure proper use and compliance with safety regulations.

Precast concrete lifting clutches are designed and tested to meet specific load capacities and safety requirements, and they must be used in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and relevant safety standards and regulations. Proper selection, installation, and use of precast concrete lifting clutches are essential to ensure safe and efficient lifting operations during precast concrete construction. Regular inspection and maintenance of precast concrete lifting clutches are also important to ensure their continued safe use.

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