Design Standards for Sveda Bridge Cranes

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As part of our commitment to quality, Sveda Bridge Cranes are designed and built to strict standards. Learn more about the specifications we follow for each crane.

Free Bridge Crane Specifications

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Shupper-Brickle Equipment is pleased to provide these free Engineering Specifications for a top running single girder bridge crane and underhung single girder bridge crane, compliant with ANSI B30, OSHA, the AWS and the NEC.

What’s the Difference Between Pilot Air and Full Air for Powering Hoists?

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If you’re shopping for an air chain hoist, you will need to know whether Pilot air or full air power is used in the facility. Pilot air and full air describe types of air pressure used to control an air-powered hoist's functions. Let’s look at each type of air pressure...

Free Specification: Hoists to lift SCR Blocks for Power Plants

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Free specification for a hoist to lift SCR Blocks as part of EPA compliance for fossil fuel power plants.

Daily Inspection Checklist for Hoist and Crane Operators

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Daily Checklist for Hoist and Crane Operators, Steps to Follow for Safe Lifting and Rules to Remember for every lift.    

Bridge Cranes Line Card

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Sveda Cranes are custom-designed and fabricated bridge cranes built by Shupper-Brickle Equipment. We offer a range of capacities, spans, and lifts, tailored to your needs and existing facility. Build-Your-Own Crane Kits are also available.  Contact us for a free estimate at 800-642-7263 or . Click on the document below to view our Bridge Cranes Line Card.

Shupper-Brickle's Line Card

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Shupper-Brickle's line card is a complete listing of all brands, products, and services offered by the company. For more information, please contact us at 800-642-7263 or

Contact us for DuPont Standards on Overhead Material Handling

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Shupper-Brickle Equipment has supplied material handling equipment to E.I. DuPont & Nemours and related entities since 1995.  Contact us for more information on the following standards or to source compliant equipment: S33G - Overhead Hoisting Systems SV1G - Overhead Powered Hoists & Cranes SB9X - Bolting Structural Steel DB1X -...

Find your NEC Hazardous Location Classification

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In the market for a hazardous location hoist or crane? This reference chart provides classification for the use of electrical equipment in these locations.

Rope Reevings and the Mechanical Advantages of tackle systems

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With nearly 50 years in the business, we have a lot of nifty old-school diagrams on material handling physics. Check out this quick primer on the mechanical advantage created by different wire rope configurations on wire rope hoists.

Glossary of Terms: Overhead Material Handling Equipment

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Glossary of Terms A reference source for overhead bridge cranes, gantry cranes, hoists and mechanisms keywords and definitions as obtained from the United States Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) Standards 1910.179 and the Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA)Sources:

OSHA Standard 1910.66 Appendix C - Fall Arrest

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1910 Subpart I App C - Personal Fall Protection Systems Non-Mandatory Guidelines. Part Number: 1910 Part Number Title: Occupational Safety and Health Standards Subpart: 1910 Subpart I Subpart Title: Personal Protective Equipment Standard Number:  1910 Subpart, App C Title: Personal Fall Protection Systems Non-Mandatory Guidelines. Appendix C to Subpart I of Part 1910—Personal Fall Protection...

Hoist Shelter Specification

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A Hoist Shelter protects your outdoor hoisting equipment from the elements. Our free specification allows you to build this critical protective device into your project spec.  

ASME Hoist Duty Classification

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What is hoist duty? The ASME Hoist Duty Classification is a rating system to make sure a hoist is suitable for the application. It’s based on a combination of how often the hoist is used and how much of its capacity is used.

ANSI Requirements for Overhead and Gantry Cranes

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Original post date: 8/17/2012 American Nationals Standards Institute ANSI stands for American National Standards Institute. It is a private, non-profit organization that oversees voluntary standards and conformity assessment activities in the United States. It was founded in 1918 to work in close collaboration with industry stakeholders and the US government...