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Pocket Lift Guide Plus

For more than a decade, the Crosby User’s Guide for Lifting has been one of the most requested printed reference guides for the lifting industry, with over a half million in circulation

For more than a decade, the Crosby User’s Guide for Lifting has been one of the most requested printed reference guides for the lifting industry, with over a half million in circulation

Pocket Lift Guide Plus

by The Crosby Group
Pocket Lift Guide Plus
Pocket Lift Guide Plus
Pocket Lift Guide Plus

What is it about?

For more than a decade, the Crosby User’s Guide for Lifting has been one of the most requested printed reference guides for the lifting industry, with over a half million in circulation.

Pocket Lift Guide Plus

App Details

Version
1.0.2
Rating
NA
Size
13Mb
Genre
Productivity
Last updated
May 13, 2015
Release date
April 14, 2014
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App Store Description

For more than a decade, the Crosby User’s Guide for Lifting has been one of the most requested printed reference guides for the lifting industry, with over a half million in circulation.

This new electronic version takes the information available on the printed version to a new level. The Crosby User’s Guide for Lifting contains all the great features of the printed version including: references to various B30 standards concerning inspection/rejection criteria for slings and hardware, rigging terminology, guidelines for developing a sound rigging plan, wire rope and chain capacity charts, sling loading information, working with center of gravity and product information on selected Crosby hardware.

With this version, you can search for terms within the lift guide, and the resulting panels will be highlighted. Perhaps most convenient of all is the ability to view the User's Guide for Lifting in a Portrait view, which is essential on smaller devices such as phones.
The result is a reference guide you will not want to be without.

Features:
•References to standards for basic rigging terminology
•Keyword search
•Support for portrait and landscape orientations