We stock plenty of different lifting grabs here at Lifting Gear Direct, including the Camlok TBG and TST models that are designed to cope with block lifting operations speedily and safely. Read on for more information on these particular models or get in touch for extra advice.
There are 2 types of these block grabs, the TBG which has rubber lined jaws and the TST which has steel serrated jaws.
These block grabs are able to lift any object with parallel surfaces which can withstand a clamping pressure 2 x as high as the load being lifted.
There are a range of jaw capacities available, with 2 models with a small jaw and 4 models with larger jaws - consult chart below.
An automatic opening/closing device is also available as an optional extra.
N.B: The TBG rubber lined models should be used on surfaces free from grease & oil and should be clean and dry.
There are six different versions of the Camlok TBG and TST block grabs, distinguished from one another by their WLLs.
At the lower end of the scale there is the TBG and TST 500S, with a 500kg weight capacity and a jaw capacity of up to 150 millimetres. The largest models have 1000kg weight capacities and 1100 millimetre jaw capacities.
Clearly the size of the grab in question impacts its standalone weight, so remember to take this into account when planning your operations to avoid mistakes.
LGD can supply the Camlok TBG and TST block grabs to customers from across the country, as well as offering up ample other lifting equipment options.
For awkward load handling our plate lifting products will tick all the boxes, while the option to add lifting slings, accessories and other kit to your order should make buying with us especially convenient, whatever lifting challenges you face on a daily basis.
You can reach LGD on 01384 76961 or alternatively use our contact page to send us an email. Our expert advice and competitive prices will be sure to put a smile on your face today.
|B min mm||420||460|
|B max mm||760||980|
|B min mm||390||390||390||390|
|B max mm||840||840||840||840|
|Model||WLL (KG)||Jaw capacity (mm)||Weight (KG)|