General: Coil hook for lifting and handling of coils and similar loads with a center of gravity below the tine while transport.
Design: Lifting eye, handle, rounded tine, counterweight (only for positioning the empty
coil hook to improve balancing and positioning).

  • Note: The center of gravity of the coil must always be below the crane hook slightly toward the back of the coil hook. The tine tip will face upwards (ideally approx. 3°) to achieve an acceptable
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WLL
ton
Coil hook without counterweight tine length mm ZL tine height mm ZH tine width
mm ZB
Inner height
mm IH
total height BH
mm
load distance LSP
mm
lifting eye AB
mm
lifting eye AH
mm
lifting eye HM
mm
Weight
kg
0,5 16,805 105 40 10 500 625 55 50 100 16 4
0,5 16,805 155 50 10 400 525 80 50 100 16 5
0,5 16,805 205 60 10 300 425 105 50 100 16 6
0,5 16,805 305 70 12 300 425 155 50 100 18 8
1 16,805 125 60 12 600 740 65 55 115 26 9
1 16,805 180 70 12 500 640 90 55 115 26 10
1 16,805 255 80 12 450 590 130 55 115 26 11
1 16,805 355 90 15 400 540 180 55 115 27 15
2 16,805 205 90 15 600 765 105 65 135 31 17
2 16,805 305 110 15 500 665 155 65 135 31 20
2 16,805 405 125 15 500 665 205 65 135 31 25
3 16,805 305 120 20 600 785 155 75 150 38 33
3 16,805 405 130 20 500 685 205 75 150 38 36
3 16,805 505 140 20 500 685 255 75 150 38 45