Rigging Procedures: Slings and Hoisting Equipment Hardware book 070202b

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10 Questions - Developed by: Greg Fougere - Developed on: - 1.881 taken

  • 1
    When two or more sling eyes are to be places in a lifting hook, it is preferable to use:
  • 2
    Hooks that have opened more than the specific amount allowed by the manufacturer:
  • 3
    The hoisting hook must always be:
  • 4
    A two-legged bridle hitch supports a load of 8000 lb. The sling legs are 14 feet and the height from the load to the hook is 11 feet. What is the load on the sling leg?
  • 5
    Shoulder-type eyebolts should only be used with angular pull greater than:
  • 6
    When the slings with the hooks are used in a bridle sling arrangement, they should always be:
  • 7
    When making an eye in the end of a rope with U-bolt wire rope clips, the saddle must be always placed on the:
  • 8
    Which type of block is designed to change the angle for the wire rope:
  • 9
    Remove the service any portion of a lifting chain is worn:
  • 10
    Who is the best, makes me put 10 questions minimum

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