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Plate Clamp, 6000lb, Vertical, 0 to 1-1/4In
- Item # 36G561
- Mfr. Model # LJ-03.00-A
- UNSPSC # 27112103
- Catalog Page # 1474
- Shipping Weight 34.49 lbs.
- ItemPlate Clamp
- OperationVertical and 90 Lifting
- Safe Working Load6000 lb.
- Jaw Capacity0 to 1-1/4"
- Locking TypeLock Closed
- Jaw MaterialSteel
- Lifting PointLoad Ring
- StandardsANSI B30.20
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Every lift Inspection: A visual inspection by the operator before and after each lift made by the clamp.
• Check the clamp to be certain the Identification and warning tags are present and legible.
• Do not use the clamp if the tags are missing or illegible.
• Inspect gripping surfaces for wear and defects. No chips or missing teeth.
• Gripping surfaces must be sharp and free of foreign matter.
• The lock spring must have a definite amount of tension when the lock is moved to the “Lock Closed” position without material in the clamp.
• Inspect the condition of the body for cracks in the welds, wear, damage, loose body bolts and body distortion, particularly in the area of the jaw opening.
• Inspect the lifting shackle and all pin holes for wear and damage. No oval shaped holes.
• Remove any clamp from service in need of repair.
• No bent or worn pins, pins should rotate freely in the clamp body.
WARNING: Do not use the clamp if in need of repair.
If, during the every lift inspection, the operator believes the clamp exhibits excessively worn parts or is damaged, the clamp should be inspected by a qualified person who will make a determination as to its fitness to make a lift. At this time the condition of the clamp should be noted and recorded. After inspection by the qualified person it may be decided that a periodic inspection procedure is necessary.
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