Load Trusses

Product
The  truss is  of a welded “I” section  girder in two halves which can be bolted together.  The lower chord, the cross pieces for holding the  truss down and the vertical thrust members are of box type construction. The anchorages consist of semi cylindrical pieces, each held down by 1 mtr.long steel spikes through holes drilled in the semi cylinder. The spikes are held to the ground at 60º to the horizontal, four from each side, spaced along the length of the anchorage. The cross-pieces are moored to the anchorages by channel straps and bolts. Guy wires with turn-buckles are supplied to hold the truss erect.

LM17313

 

LM17313  : LOAD  TRUSS  –  200 kN
Supplied complete as above, with four sets of anchorages.

SPARES

LM173131 : Anchorage with spikes (set of four).
LM173132 : Guy wires and turn buckles.

   

LM17314   : LOAD  TRUSS  –   300 kN.
Similar to LM17313, but designed for higher reaction, supplied with twelve spikes.

   

LM17315  : LOAD  TRUSS  –  500 kN
Similar to LM17313, but designed for higher reaction, supplied with sixteen spikes and additional anchorages.

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