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Applicable Specs. for lifting lug design

Applicable Specs. for lifting lug design

Applicable Specs. for lifting lug design

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I am looking for the appropriate specs. to use in the design of welded lifting lugs for lifting steel members and/or structures. (ANSI, AISC publications, etc.)

Thanks.

RE: Applicable Specs. for lifting lug design

In the US the following may help guide guide you:
ASME B30.20a-2001 Structual and Mechanical Lifting devices. Section 20-1.2.2 Construction
CMAA crane requirements
AASHO 1.6.17
Steel Construction Manual-AISC
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 29 CFR standard 1926.753(e)(2) and 1926.251
American Society of Testing and Materials Specifications A391
Naval Facility Command NAVFAC-307
American National Standards Institute, "Below The Hook Lifting Devices"

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