Installation of Beam Clamps
Unscrew the Jaws of the Beam Clamp
Open the jaws of the clamp, so that they are wide enough to fit over the beam flange.
Fit Jaw over Beam FlangeTighten Jaw over Beam Flange
Once the jaws of the clamp have fit over the beam flange, use the screw handle to tighten the clamp firmly onto the beam.
Installed Beam Clamp
Be sure that the beam flange is seated properly within the jaws before attaching any type of lifting devices or loads to the clamp.

Installation of Plain Beam and Geared Beam Trolleys
Measure width of the runway beam
Measure the width of the runway beam.
Assemble Suspension PlateDimension between Trolley Flanges
Assemble the suspension plate and required number of spacer washers to the inside of the trolley side plates.The dimension between the trolley wheel flanges should be ¼” larger than the beam flange.
Assemble Washers to Hanger Pin
Assemble the remaining washers to either side of the trolley side plates, and fit the nuts to the hanger pin.
Offset Pin for Geared Beam TrolleysOffset Pin for Geared Beam Trolleys
It is important to note that for geared beam trolleys, the hanger pin may need to be offset so it will not come into contact with the hand wheel. This can be accomplished by placing the required amount of washers to the hanger pin on both sides of the side plates.
Place Trolley on Beam
With the trolley loosely assembled, spread the side plates allowing the trolley wheels to be placed over the beam flange, so that the trolley will properly sit on the beam.
Tighten Nuts to Washers
Tighten the nuts against the washers.
Insert Safety Pin
Insert the safety pins that are provided.

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