Lifting clamps are used to latch onto a material, such as steel sheets, pipes, barrels, and beams. Typically used in pairs, clamps grip the material in a variety of different ways. I&I Sling stocks many different clamps from the Crosby group. Consider the type of clamp, jaw opening and working load limit when choosing which clamp to use for your application. Work with a I&I Sling Product Advisor to find out which clamp will work best for your job.
Vertical clamps are for the vertical lifting, turning, and transfer of steel sheet and plates. These clamps are also available in non-marring, for when you need to protect the material being lifted from being scratched by the clamp.
Beam clamps are used for the lifting and stacking of I or H Beams. Different types allow for the gripping of the beam from either the side or the ends of the beam.
Horizontal Lifting Clamps can grip the steel sheets or plates from the side. These clamps must be used in pairs and with rigid material (non sagging). They are also available in non-marring.
Pipe and Drum Lifters
Pipe clamps are great for grabbing cylinders made of cast iron, steel, PVC or cement. And Drum or barrel clamps are the perfect solution for moving 50 to 55 gallon drums around your facility.