Overhead Crane

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Overhead travelling cranes, including portal and semi-portal cranes, hoists, and their supporting structures Part 2-9 Code of practice for the safe use of cranes. Inspection, maintenance and thorough examination.BS EN 15011:2011+A1:2014 – Cranes. Bridge and gantry cranes BS EN 12077-2:1998+A1:2008 […]

bs en for overhead crane

Overhead travelling cranes, including portal and semi-portal cranes, hoists, and their supporting structures Part 2-9 Code of practice for the safe use of cranes. Inspection, maintenance and thorough examination.

BS EN 15011:2011+A1:2014 – Cranes. Bridge and gantry cranes

BS EN 12077-2:1998+A1:2008 Cranes safety. Requirements for health and safety Limiting and indicating devices; BS EN 13155:2003+A2:2009 Cranes. Safety. Non-fixed load lifting attachments ; BS EN 13001-2:2014 Crane safety. General design Load actions; BS EN 13001-3-2:2014 Cranes. General design Limit states and proof of competence of wire ropes

BS EN 14492-2:2019 – TC Tracked Changes. Cranes. Power driven winches and hoists. Power driven hoists BS EN 14492-2:2019 Cranes. Power driven winches and hoists. Power driven hoists BS EN 13157:2004+A1:2009 Cranes. Safety. Hand powered cranes 18/30360267 DC BS EN 14439. Cranes.

and 55 to BS 4360 25 Overhead travelling industrial type cranes (O.T.C.) 26 Overhead travelling steelworks cranes 27 Transporters 28 High pedestal or portal jib cranes and derrick cranes 29 Tower cranes 30 Freight container cranes 31 Dimensional requirements for stiffeners 32 Value of factor K

BS 357, Power-driven travelling jib cranes (rail-mounted low carriage type). BS 1757, Specification for power-driven mobile cranes. BS 1761, Single bucket excavators of the crawler mounted friction-driven type. BS 2452, High pedestal or portal jib cranes. BS 2573, Rules for the design of cranes — Part 1 Specification for classification,

SI, the business standards company has revised BS 7121-1 Code of practice for safe use of cranes.General. This is one part of the BS 7121 suite of standards for safety in crane use, which is used by those planning and carrying out lifting operations with cranes in the UK.

BS 7121 – Code of practice for safe use of cranes

Overhead travelling cranes, including portal and semi-portal cranes, hoists, and their supporting structures Part 2-9 Code of practice for the safe use of cranes. Inspection, maintenance and thorough examination.

BS EN 12077-2:1998+A1:2008 Cranes safety. Requirements for health and safety Limiting and indicating devices; BS EN 13155:2003+A2:2009 Cranes. Safety. Non-fixed load lifting attachments ; BS EN 13001-2:2014 Crane safety. General design Load actions; BS EN 13001-3-2:2014 Cranes. General design Limit states and proof of competence of wire ropes

BS EN 14492-2:2019 – TC Tracked Changes. Cranes. Power driven winches and hoists. Power driven hoists BS EN 14492-2:2019 Cranes. Power driven winches and hoists. Power driven hoists BS EN 13157:2004+A1:2009 Cranes. Safety. Hand powered cranes 18/30360267 DC BS EN 14439. Cranes.

and 55 to BS 4360 25 Overhead travelling industrial type cranes (O.T.C.) 26 Overhead travelling steelworks cranes 27 Transporters 28 High pedestal or portal jib cranes and derrick cranes 29 Tower cranes 30 Freight container cranes 31 Dimensional requirements for stiffeners 32 Value of factor K

BS 357, Power-driven travelling jib cranes (rail-mounted low carriage type). BS 1757, Specification for power-driven mobile cranes. BS 1761, Single bucket excavators of the crawler mounted friction-driven type. BS 2452, High pedestal or portal jib cranes. BS 2573, Rules for the design of cranes — Part 1 Specification for classification,

Standard for the safe use of cranes is revised | BSI

SI, the business standards company has revised BS 7121-1 Code of practice for safe use of cranes.General. This is one part of the BS 7121 suite of standards for safety in crane use, which is used by those planning and carrying out lifting operations with cranes in the UK.