Dura-Lite Composite Spreader Beam
Caldwell Dura-Lite Composite Spreader Beams are made from materials that are bonded together to form ultra-strong lifters.
These lightweight products are non-conductive, corrosion resistant and are easy to handle and transport.
The stability of a spreader beam versus a lifting beam is a result of taller headroom (due to top rigging) and a lower center of gravity from the crane hook attachment to the point of the assembly (lifter and load), whereas a lifting beam has a single lifting point.
They are engineered to withstand the demands of rugged environments and comply with ASME B30.20 design category B, service class 4.
Standard capacities range from 1/4 ton to 3 tons.
The spreader beam is to be used with top rigging and is designed for a compressive load. Browse our range of rigging gear here.