Dynamic Rigging Hire load tested two Shuttlelift mobile gantry cranes

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Australian lifting and rigging equipment rental firm Dynamic Rigging Hire load tested two 90.7 tonne capacity Shuttlelift mobile gantry cranes in Melbourne prior to them going into service.

The cranes, which will be used to lift pre-cast T-beams at a manufacturing facility, had to be tested to comply with Australian standards and will be subjected to periodic testing to maintain compliance.

To test the gantry cranes Dynamic Rigging Hire used a 100-tonne capacity Straightpoint Radiolink plus load cell sourced from specialist lifting equipment provider Elevate Lifting and Rigging. This was combined with a pair of 120-tonne capacity shackles, 100-tonne capacity round slings, and a 145-tonne capacity Maxirig spreader beam.

The readings were monitored by the crane technicians who used the load cell to make adjustments to the scale system on the cranes. Both cranes were load tested and had their operating systems set within an afternoon.