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Mariano
Mariano
03:36 Mar-23-2006
Hook calculations

I am searching for a norm to calculate a hook for a workshop. I am interested in safe coeffcients. Does anybody know a DIN or BS or whatever else that deals with this stuff?

Best regards,

Mariano


 
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Frank
Frank
05:29 Mar-25-2006
Re: Hook calculations
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: I am searching for a norm to calculate a hook for a workshop. I am interested in safe coeffcients. Does anybody know a DIN or BS or whatever else that deals with this stuff?
: Best regards,
: Mariano
------------ End Original Message ------------

Try looking into ANSI B30 series.



 
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