Presentation on theme: "What Went Wrong? By: Meadow Burke. The following general lifting and handling suggestions are provided by Meadow Burke Products. You may reproduce copies."— Presentation transcript:
What Went Wrong? By: Meadow Burke
The following general lifting and handling suggestions are provided by Meadow Burke Products. You may reproduce copies of this presentation in order to assist the contractor/installer with the safe handling of these products.
What Went Wrong???
Index 2.Introduction 3.What Went Wrong? 4.Index 5.Component – Flat Panel Rigging Alert. 6.Component – Flatwall panel – Rotation. 7.Component – Median Barrier 8.Component – Manhole – 3-point pick. 9.Component – Concrete Pipe. 10.Component – Box Culvert – Rotation & Lift. 11.Component – Insulated Panel A. 12.Component – Insulated Panel B. 13.Component – Utility Vault – Base and roof units. 14.Component – Precast Column A. 15.Component – Precast Column B. 16.Component – Double T Roof/Floor. 17.Component – Double T Wall Panel. 18.Component – Flat Roof/Floor Slab. 19.Special Note.
Flat Panel Riggging ALERT Note: When a rigging is selected where four (4) sling lines are attached to four (4) anchors or to a ring or hook on that line: When four fixed length slings are used, generally at least one sling (or chain) is slightly shorter than the other three. This will cause two anchors to carry the total load and the other two anchors (with the one longer sling) to do no more than keep the slab balanced.
Component: Flatwall Panel Rotation
Component: Median Barrier
Component: Manhole – 3 point pick
Component: Concrete Pipe
Component: Box Culvert (Rotation & Lift)
Component: Insulated Panel A
Component: Insulated Panel B
Component: Utility vault (Base & Roof Unit)
Component: Precast Column A
Component: Precast Column B
Component: Double Tee Wall Panel
Component: Flat Roof/Floor Slab
NOTE: The information supplied in this presentation represents the minimum recommendations for safe installation of precast products. It is the responsibility of the installer/contractor to evaluate the field conditions in order to prevent sources of additional load (ie. Adhesion of the precast product to mud or ice; jerking of the crane or loader during lifting; bouncing of the precast product AFTER it has been lifted; unbalanced loads prying forces on the cast and lift anchor; etc.). NEVER, under any circumstances, should you allow anyone to stand under or in close proximity to a lifted concrete product. Taglines and push sticks should always be used to guide lifted precast elements. It is the responsibility of the installer/contractor to inspect all lifting hardware and prevent the use of damaged product. Please refer to OSHA part 1910, 1920, and ANSI 10.9 for additional information.