- Bolt brackets to structurally adequate wall or column (bolts by others – see page 3 for diameter), making sure brackets are in line and plumb through holes for bolts .NOTE
Buyer and user warrants that the structure in which and to which this system or equipment is to be installed is
adequate to sustain the loads that will be imposed on it by said system or equipment when it is operating as
- Bolt brackets and to jib beam.
- Attach tension rod to clevises . Two nuts and one lock washer required for each end.
- Raise boom assembly and attach to lower wall bracket using bolt supplied.
- Attach top end of tension rod assembly to top bracket and beam bracket – bolts supplied.
- Level beam by adjusting tension rod .
Hardware and tie rods are supplied with complete cranes or may be purchased with fitting kits (see page 2 and 3 for fitting kit, hardware kit, and tie rod Product Numbers).
Equipment described herein is not designed for, and should not be used for lifting, supporting or transporting humans. Failure to comply with any one of the limitations noted herein can result in serious bodily injury and/or property damage.
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Bolt Mounting Pattern
- Do not deviate from “B” dimension
- The “W” dimension indicates the size S-beam to be used. If a cap channelneeds to be stitch welded to the top of the S-beam, the letter “C” will follow the S-beam size. The last number indicates the size of the cap channel.
- The diagram to the right, details the thrust and pull forces that this jib craneapplies to the supporting structure when a load is lifted. The chart above detailsin pounds the thrust at point T and the pull at point P. It is essential that astructurally adequate wall, column or truss exist to support the jib crane.
- One tie rod required per crane. Tie rods threaded 6 inches on each end.