Rigging Procedures: Slings and Hoisting Equipment Hardware book 070202b

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10 Questions - Developed by: Greg Fougere - Developed on: - 1.192 taken

  • 1
    When two or more sling eyes are to be places in a lifting hook, it is preferable to use:
    A shackle
    A turnbuckle
    The Correct number of wire rope clips
    An eyebolt
  • 2
    Hooks that have opened more than the specific amount allowed by the manufacturer:
    May be bent back, using heat, to the normal throat opening
    May be used with reduced load
    Must be removed from service
    May be used if the hook is moused
  • 3
    The hoisting hook must always be:
    In the center of the load
    Above and in line with the load's center of gravity
    Below the load's center of gravity
    Over the heavy end of the load
  • 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?
    5090 lb
  • 5
    Shoulder-type eyebolts should only be used with angular pull greater than:
    30 degrees
    45 degrees
    25 degrees
    40 degrees
  • 6
    When the slings with the hooks are used in a bridle sling arrangement, they should always be:
    Turned in
    Turned out
    Turned in and have safety latches
    Turned out and have safety latches
  • 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:
    Dead end of the rope
    Short end of the rope
    Live end of the rope
    Left lay rope
  • 8
    Which type of block is designed to change the angle for the wire rope:
    A snatch block
    A set of tackle blocks
    A set of wire rope blocks
    A crane block
  • 9
    Remove the service any portion of a lifting chain is worn:
    5% or more of the original diameter
    10% or more of the original diameter
    12.5% or more of the original diameter
    15% or more of the original diameter
  • 10
    Who is the best, makes me put 10 questions minimum

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