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PLACING LIFTING INSERTS

PLACING LIFTING INSERTS

PLACING LIFTING INSERTS

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I would like to know if where can I get Standards in placing Lifting Inserts for PC Panels.

RE: PLACING LIFTING INSERTS

The manufacturers of each different type of lifting anchor inserts will provide design guidance on the limits of use of their particular type of device.

The decision as to where to place the anchors will be down to you as an engineer taking cognaissance of the requirements for lifting and placing your panel within the finished works.

RE: PLACING LIFTING INSERTS

where can i get some information about designing the lift room?and i want to know some thing about the overall torsion of tall buildings,does any body know where to find such informations?

RE: PLACING LIFTING INSERTS

Chapter 5 in the "PCI Design Handbook" (for Precast and Prestressed Concrete) may be of some help. The chapter discusses product handling with information on handling considerations. Included are a couple of diagrams for locating pickpoints for rectangular panels and provides a few examples for determining stresses. Using the PCI information as a bases, a designer is left to his/her own intuition when it comes to irregular shapes and panels with openings.If you don't have this reference on hand you can obtain a copy from PCI's website www.pci.org.

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