Horizontal plate lifting clamp is a specialized tool used in material handling and construction industries to lift and transport horizontal plates securely. It is designed to grip the edges of the plate and provide a strong, reliable hold.
- The horizontal plate lifting clamp is suitable for lifting and transport of steel plates, construction and profiled bar in horizontal position.
- This plate lifting clamp is manufactured from high quality carbon steel.
- The working load limit is the maximum load that the plate lifting clamp are authorized to support when used in pairs with a lift angle of 60°.
- Model: ATO-HLC-LB10
- Max. Working Load of 2 Plate Clamps: 10 Ton
- Jaw Opening: 0~120mm
- Weight: 30kg
Note*: During hoisting operations, 2 or multiple horizontal plate lifting clamps are required to be used together.
Tips: What is the difference between horizontal and vertical plate lifting clamp?
Horizontal and vertical plate lifting clamps are specialized tools used for lifting and handling heavy steel plates or similar objects. The main difference lies in their orientation and the way they grip the material.
A horizontal plate lifting clamp is designed to lift plates in a horizontal position, parallel to the ground. It typically consists of a pair of jaws or gripping arms that securely clamp onto the edges of the plate. The lifting force is applied horizontally, allowing the plate to be transported or manipulated in a flat orientation.
In contrast, a vertical plate lifting clamp is specifically designed for lifting plates in a vertical position, perpendicular to the ground. It usually features a single gripping arm or a set of clamps that grasp the plate's vertical edges. This allows the plate to be lifted and transported in an upright position, making it easier for installation or storage in vertical racks.
The key distinction between horizontal and vertical plate lifting clamps lies in their orientation and the way they hold the plate: horizontal clamps grip the edges for horizontal lifting, while vertical clamps hold the vertical edges for vertical lifting.