Rig Planning Services
1. Simple Single Beam 2 point Lift
A single Spreader Beam is the simplest configuration and
is suitable for 2 point lifts. The Spreader Beam absorbs
the compression forces to protect the load being lifted.
2. Single Beam 4 Point Lift
This configuration again used a single beam where the load
being lifted has four individual lifting points.
3. 1-Over-2 Rig
We use this configuration when vertical slings are essential
for 4 point lifts. By varying the sling lengths, we can also
take into account an offset center of gravity.
4. 1-Over-2 Inline Rig
Ideal for those lifts where the span is long and potential
bending of the load is a problem. Further cascading layers
are available to increase the number of lifting points
Where there are an uneven number of points to lift from
a 1 over 1 system can be used to lift the load whilst still
providing a balanced rig.
6. Various Multi Spreader Beam Rigs
With our expert help we can address most lifting issues
using a combination of our products to fit the application
and the circumstances.
7. CMOD Spreader Frame
The CMod spreader frame uses corner units to connect
existing Modulift struts into a 4 point modular spreader
frame. This uses less headroom than a 1 over 2 rig.
8. Lifting Frame (H Frame)
For extremely low headroom applications, Modulift can
design and fabricate a bespoke lifting frame to suit your
At Modulift we understand that organising a lift can be a complicated process with many factors that need to be considered.
On top of all the other considerations is the rig planning for the lift. With our highly trained specialist Lifting Engineers,
Modulift can help you.
It may be a simple configuration or it may be a more complicated rig. Send us details of your lift including weight, lifting point
and position, height restrictions, load type, centre of gravity (COG) position, crane type and lifting environment and we can
help advise the best solution for you.
Our in-house engineers, can design andmanufacture
a customsolution for all your lifting needs!
Your Guide to Some of the Configurations Available to You