Crane Overload Prevention

Dangerous hoisting and crane overload situations may happen when the lifted load's weight is unknown.
However, even when the lifted weight is known, a dangerous overload may still take place.

For example:

When the equipment that is to be lifted is anchored
No coordination between the staff responsible for lifting
Additional equipment to the calculated load being added at a later stage
Side loading
Loading with the boom at the wrong angle

Unequal distribution of the load when several lifting points are used to lift a single construction: Even if the total load does not exceed the total SWL of all the lifting points together, some of the lifting points may carry less load while others are overloaded.

With model BCS-d, you can protect your crane and your employees.

available with capacity for:
500/1.000/2.000/3.200/5.000/6.300/10.000/20.000/32.000/50.000/75.000/100.000/200.000 kgs.