8t Ring Clutch with a Bail (HLTH046)
|FOB Price:||US $21 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||200 Pieces|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|200 Pieces||US $21/ Piece|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
- Model NO.: HLTH046
- Trademark: HEALTH
- Origin: Qingdao
- 8t Swift Clutch: USD21.00/PC FOB Qingdao
- Specification: ISO
- HS Code: 73130000
SwiftLift Concrete Lifting Clutches have been exclusively designed and approved for use with Reid SwiftLift Anchors.
They are available in a range of Working Load Limits.
They have been designed so that they cannot spontaneously disengage whlist 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.
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This patent-pending lifting system is going to make your life a whole lot easier. Using pre-made lifting anchors and a new urethane anchor blockout you can dramatically cut the time and hassle out of cutting, bending and inserting rebar for your block. And you'll never have to unbolt a blockout again!
Currently there is a multiple step process to create a liftpoint. 1) Cut a piece of rebar into certain lengths. 2) Bend the rebar into a "V" shape. 3) Open the liftpoint blockout and insert the point of the "V" of the rebar into it. 4) Close the liftpoint blockout around the rebar and bolt the liftpoint blockout to the form. 5) Pour concrete into form. 6) After the concrete cures, unbolt the liftpoint blockout from the form and strip the form. 7) Remove the liftpoint blockout from the finished block.
By being permanently bolted to the form and using Lift Anchors as opposed to rebar, this lifting system reduces the number of steps dramatically: 1) Insert Lift Anchor into anchor blockout. 2) Pour concrete into form. 3) After the concrete cures, strip the form. That's it. You just saved a bunch of time and money.