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spreader bar

A stiffening member placed at the base of a doorframe to keep it in alignment during shipment and prior to installation.
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THAT WILL HELP PM HBCT KEEP AN UPDATED LIST OF ALL SPREADER BAR ASSEMBLIES THAT HAVE BEEN MODIFIED
Pearl Technology Inc.'s simple, user-friendly spreader bars are being used in a broad range of applications.
You'll need three pieces of wood, each 22 inches long, for the spreader bars. Drill four half-inch holes through each piece of wood, spaced 6 inches apart on each board, with 2 inches left at either end of each stick.
Medcare Disposable Slings fit 2-, 4-, and 6-point spreader bars, including keyhole openings, and they are available in bariatric sizes.
The "Lifting and Lashing Handbook for Marine Movements", TEA Pamphlet 55-22, Third Edition, dated August 2005, was updated to include Army equipment that has been acquired since the Second Edition and MIL-DTL-32108, which provides guidance on the use of spreader bars to lift older military vehicles and large equipment.
This included Mi-Jack reach stackers, OTTAWA yard tractors, BROMMA spreader bars, KALMAR container handlers, and 45-foot corner-less side gathering CHASSIS KING bomb-carts.
Spreader bars are the open-frame steel structures deployed from the end of a gantry crane to grip and raise the 20-, 40-, and 45-foot-long cargo containers used in intermodal transport.
Two separate spreader bars were designed for our pair of track loaders.
They have no spreader bars and can be folded easily.
and are equipped with: fastening belts in an amount of at least 14, at least 24 corners, at least 2 spreader bars (according to the conditions of the application for the supply of a vehicle
It is worth knowing that although the hammocks with sewn-in spreader bars at the top and/or feet are easier to get in and out of they are also more unstable once you are in them as the centre point remains high.
The new company will focus on the construction of offshore oil and gas equipment including build-to-specification Pipeline End Terminals and Manifolds (PLETs / PLEMs), Umbilical Termination Assembly (UTA) frames, Pig Launchers, Process Piping, In-line Sleds (ILS), Manifolds, Jumpers, Spreader Bars and other related equipment.