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    2 Ton Horizontal Plate Lifting Clamp

    $146.19
    Factory price 2 ton horizontal plate clamp with 0~50mm jaw opening, typically consists of a sturdy body with two jaws that can be adjusted to accommodate different plate thicknesses. These jaws have serrated teeth or gripping pads to ensure a firm grip on the plate's surface.
    SKU: ATO-HLC-2T
    This product has a minimum quantity of 2
    Free Shipping Worldwide
    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Horizontal plate lifting clamp is a device specially used for lifting and transporting horizontal metal plates, plates or similar flat objects. The horizontal plate lifting clamp provides a reliable and efficient solution for the precise handling of flat objects and minimizes the risk of accidents during lifting operations.

    Feature

    • 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┬░.

    Specification

    • Model: ATO-HLC-LB2
    • Max. Working Load of 2 Plate Clamps: 2 Ton
    • Jaw Opening: 0~50mm
    • Weight: 5.5kg

    Note*: During hoisting operations, 2 or multiple horizontal plate lifting clamps are required to be used together.

    Application

    2 Ton horizontal plate lifting clamp applications

    Tips: Which is faster horizontal lifting or vertical lifting?

    The speed of lifting, whether horizontal or vertical, depends on various factors such as the specific lifting mechanism, the weight being lifted, and the overall design and efficiency of the system. In general, it is challenging to make a definitive statement about which method is faster without considering specific details.

    Horizontal lifting typically involves moving an object along a horizontal plane, which can have advantages in terms of reducing friction and minimizing the vertical distance traveled. However, it may require additional mechanisms or considerations for stability and control.

    Vertical lifting, on the other hand, involves raising or lowering an object vertically. It can benefit from gravity assistance when lowering objects but may require more power and stability when lifting heavier loads.

    Ultimately, the speed of lifting, whether horizontal or vertical, is influenced by numerous factors, and a thorough analysis of the specific scenario is necessary to determine which method is faster.

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