Rigid Wire Baskets with Crane Lifting Lugs | Hoisting Hooks
48″ x 48″ x 23.5″ overall height / 18″ useable height Rigid Wire Container with Crane Lifting Lugs for Hoisting. New. 2,500 lbs. capacity stackable 5 high. Cap. Cu. Ft.: 23.5. Constructed of 2″ x 2″ x .187 GA. steel angle in corners. 1-1/2″ x 1-1/2″ x .187 GA. steel angle top rail. 2″ x 2″ x 5 ga. wire mesh sides. Corrugated steel floor. Heavy duty understructure. Finish: RAW/ UNFINISHED/ Unpainted. Weight: 175 LBS. Part Number: H600-395-CLL-RAW
NOTES: AVAILABLE IN 18 DIFFERENT SIZES. WE SPECIALIZE IN CUSTOM SIZES – JUST ASK. Est. Lead time: 3-4 weeks. FOB: St. Louis, MO. Ships best way pre-paid and add or customer to provide name of carrier for transit.
Steel rigid containers with optional lifting lugs are used for hoisting with an overhead crane. Certainly not all baskets are designed to be lifted with an overhead crane. It requires special reinforced hoisting lugs be welded into the corners of the basket. These lugs have a hole that accommodates a hook on the end of a cable that is attached to an overhead crane but can also be lifted and transported with a pallet jack or forklift. The lifting lugs don’t prevent stackability – these bins are stackable up to 5 high.
Our steel rigid wire containers with crane lifting lugs are manufactured in accordance with ANSI MH 261-2004 for industrial metal containers, with no other lifting certifications. These wire bins are often used on construction sites. We manufacture these with top quality corrugated steel bottom panels, steel angle corners and heavy wire mesh sides so that they can take a beating and last for many years. We believe you will be very impressed with the quality and durability of these wire bins.
If you have an overhead crane in our manufacturing facility these rigid wire bins are ideal for lifting, transporting and stacking heavy materials. We offer these lifting bins with either solid corrugated steel sides or heavy 2″ x 2″ x 5 GA wire mesh sides. The wire mesh offers the advantage of allowing air flow, allowing visual identification of stored products while increasing safety through fire suppression that will help meet fire codes and possibly reduce insurance rates.