About the Camlok CG Standard Girder Turning Clamp:
The main purpose of the CG girder turning clamps is for the transportation and turning of steel girders (RSJ) through 900 degrees. They can be used individually or for longer beams used in pairs in conjunction with a spreader beam as shown in diagram.
The clamps are attached to the horizontal flange of the girder and locked in place by the jaw locking lever. Once lifted the girder will turn through 900 degrees.
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