Spreader Model 8215 is a telescopic top spreader for handling of laden ISO containers up to 41 tonnes. 8215 is designed for mounting on Rail Mounted (RMG) or Rubber Tyred Gantry (RTG) cranes.
The top lift spreader models 817 (RS) and 818 (gantry mounted) are available with foldable overheight legs (OH) as an option for handling oversized cargo such as flats, bolsters and open top containers.
Spreader Model 8110E is an all-electric telescopic top spreader for handling of laden 20-40ft ISO containers up to 40 tonnes. 8110E is designed for mounting on Automatic Rail Mounted ...
... sophisticated SCS4 control system. The information provided by SCS4 helps to locate spreader problem fast as well as predict and prevent problems before they occur. The spreader data from the SCS4 can ...
... the lifting process. The twin lift spreaders RAM2740 is capable of handling 20ft / 40ft single containers, whilst the RAM 2750 | 2760 are both capable of handling 45ft containers. Twin ...
Heppenstall Spreader can be supplied in all sizes and configurations to meet all client's requirements. For operation in cell guides each corner of the spreader has a 300 mm high sliding wear plate. An ...
... – 50000 ships. The tilting spreader is used for unloading containers by inverting them over the ship hold. Current spreader model is developed so that the tilting angle ensures the entire ...
Container spreader Timars HCL Timars HCL is a solid rectangular shaped frame container spreader for handling ISO certified containers. The spreaders ...
How to choose this product
A container spreader is a piece of equipment designed to grasp a container by its four corners.
These devices secure the container so that it may be lifted or lowered with a gantry crane, a simple crane or a straddle carrier.
There are two main types of spreader. A container spreader can be a solid steel structure fitting only a container of either 20 or 40 feet. However, it also can be equipped with telescopic arms allowing manipulation of containers of different sizes.
How to choose
The primary criterion is the size of container to be handled, usually either 20 or 40 feet. Using a spreader with adjustable arms makes for greater flexibility, but also increases the price and maintenance requirements.
- Low maintenance
- Some handle only a single container size