The modular spreader frame from OX Worldwide achieves spans of up to 24 x 24 m thanks to variable strut lengths and is suitable for loads of up to 250 t. Modular frame spreader beams with a capacity of 9 to 170 t are also in stock and can therefore be delivered at short notice (subject to prior sale). Due to the design of the corner units, the frames can be used as a square or a rectangle.
The same applies here: the frame spreader may consist of a maximum of six struts per side, with the longest component being placed in the middle of the configuration. The more struts you use, the greater your flexibility in being able to react to intermediate lengths during subsequent lifting operations.
Modular spreader frames with four attachment points are particularly suitable for use where working heights are limited.
Using four matching corner units, struts (which may already be present) can be assembled to form a 4-point spreader frame. Such a lifting solution is ideal if you need more than two lifting points and the working height is limited, i.e. if a cascade arrangement of normal standard spreaders is not an option.
Each component is provided with a nameplate so that it can be assigned quickly and safely. The load capacities at different lengths are detailed in the user instructions.
There are numerous advantages to using modular spreader frames. We have therefore briefly summarized the main arguments for you here:
Information about the sling angle
The sling angle influences the required sling length. If you are unsure, please contact us.
- Slings and shackles must never come into direct contact with the spreader frame. Be sure to maintain a sufficient distance between them!
- The sling angle of the lower slings must not exceed -6°/+6° at any time, even with the spreader frame!
We would be happy to provide you with a complete offer for the modular spreader beams. Just ask us about suitable shackles and slings!
You can easily find out which modular spreader frame fits from the load capacity and span table. Finding the right spreader beam model for a regular lifting process is very easy: first select the required load capacity and then the required span. You will now receive the variant from the spreader frame delivery program that best suits your current project.
Please be sure to observe the capacity limits. If the weight to be transported is at a limit, it is advisable to select the higher category and therefore the more stable model. If the nominal load capacity is exceeded, the safety of the traverse is no longer guaranteed.
We would also be happy to advise you on more complicated projects. These are, for example:
- lifting goods with a shifted center of gravity
- Loads with more than four lifting points
CU-OX-SB-09 / Sling angle 30°
CU-OX-SB-09 / Sling angle 45°
CU-OX-SB-17 / Sling angle 30°
CU-OX-SB-17 / Sling angle 45°
CU-OX-SB-24 / Sling angle 30°
CU-OX-SB-24 / Sling angle 45°
CU-OX-SB-34 / Sling angle 30°
CU-OX-SB-34 / Sling angle 45°
CU-OX-SB-50 / Sling angle 30°
CU-OX-SB-50 / Sling angle 45°
CU-OX-SB-70 / Sling angle 30°
CU-OX-SB-70 / Sling angle 45°
CU-OX-SB-110 / Sling angle 30°
CU-OX-SB-110 / Sling angle 45°
CU-OX-SB-170 / Sling angle 30°
CU-OX-SB-170 / Sling angle 45°
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