- Heavy house floor beams can be placed into a building with the roof in place
- Beams can be installed traditionally without the need of expensive craneage
- The Beam Carriage lets the counterweight take the stress and strain, making the whole process quick and easy
What is a Beam Carriage?
The Beam Carriage is a wheeled beam grab with a built-in sliding counterweight to install pre-cast house floor beams precisely without the need of cranes or back-breaking manual handling. See our step-by-step guide below which explains how it works.
Position the beam carriage in front of the centre of the house floor beam.
Lower the jib and the scissor grab automatically attaches to the beam.
Then slide back the counter weight to lift the beam off the floor.
One/two men then can roll the beam to its destination.
By simply sliding the counterweight back, the beam gently lowers down to its exact position.
About the product
Heavy house floor beams can be placed into a building with the roof in place or installed traditionally without the need of expensive craneage.
Traditionally, installing the pre-cast beams requires an immense amount of lifting and twisting with heavy beams, which can damage the installer’s back. The Beam Carriage lets the counterweight take the stress and strain, making the process quicker and easier than ever before.