PALLET LIFTING BARS

Ranger offers pallet lifting bars designed to lift standard pallets via multi leg chain slings. They are fitted with sliding keepers to ensure stability under load. Galvanised finish is available if required. Slings are not included as standard but can be supplied on request. The product is supplied with a proof load test certificate, MPI welding inspection report and certificate of conformance to Australian Standards (AS4991).

 

 

CODEDESCRIPTIONWEIGHTWLLDIMENSIONS
EPB2000Pallet Lifting Bars18kg per pair2000kg1240 mm (length)

 

Description

Ranger offers pallet lifting bars designed to lift standard pallets via multi leg chain slings. They are fitted with sliding keepers to ensure stability under load. Galvanised finish is available if required. Slings are not included as standard but can be supplied on request. The product is supplied with a proof load test certificate, MPI welding inspection report and certificate of conformance to Australian Standards (AS4991).

 

What is  a Pallet Lifting Bar?

Pallet Lifting Bars are are designed for lifting pallets which distribute the load on the bars. This allows the use of smaller sections that are easier to handle and fit a wider variety of pallet opening.

Suitability
Standard bars for use without frame are intended for standard pallets which have outer frames of nominal size 49 x 99 x 1165mm. This should include most major brand name pallets.

Other Products
Pallet bars for special environments (e.g. offshore use), and products which work like pallet bars for lifting loads other than pallets can also be supplied.

Minimum Load Width
It is important that a point load is not applied to the bars, as this will cause failure. To prevent this, our pallet bars are stamped with a specified “minimum load width”. The minimum load width for standard pallet bars and frame or standard pallet bars only is 900mm.

 

Care should be taken to ensure bars are secure when used for lifting without the top frame. For stability, end hooks are provided to keep the bars spread apart. Other methods of spreading the bars may not be sufficiently secure to ensure safety. In such cases an alternative pallet bar arrangement may be required. Bars without stabilising hooks can be supplied for tasks where alternative methods of ensuring security are provided.