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LASHING - RUD Lashing Points

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Important information for the designer!

Lashing Points

Heavy machines & components safely under control!

Load securing

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Clear marking of the lashing capacity LC in daN.

2:1 safety factor against breakage for lashing points.

Lashing point can be loaded in all possible directions.

Spring holds the connecting link in position – prevents rattling and facilitates the coating process

Lashing point can rotate through 360°

Lashing point has a pivoting range of XXX° in the connecting link (where XXX stands for the various values).

Thread type of the lashing point. M = metric.

Find solutions for safely lifting your construction:

 

  • More than 700 variants

  • Tested quality

  • Ready for bolting/welding

  • 0.1 t – 250 t working load limit WLL

KEY

 
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READY FOR
WELDING

RUD-Lashing points
LC 3.000 daN – 32.000 daN

 
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When heavy machinery or components are being transported, these loads can be subject to tremendous forces. Direct lashing is a method of ensuring that the restraining forces necessary to keep the load securely positioned on the loading platform are applied with maximum reliability.

However, this requires lashing points to be available on both the load itself and the loading platform. By extension, load securing is something that must be considered already in the phase of design, and the manufacturer or rather the designer is responsible for it

LASHING POINTS

Load securing – an introduction

Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC

The existence of a host of legal regulations and technical guidelines also underscores the fact that machine and component manufacturers must pay attention to the issue of securing loads.

 

Since the end of 2009, Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC has been binding in European law. It contains the statement “Machinery, or each component part thereof, must be capable of being handled and transported safely…“, thereby obliging the manufacturer to construct a product that permits transportation.

 

In Germany, paragraph 1, section 22 of the national road traffic act stipulates that when loads are being secured, “acknowledged rules of technology shall be observed“. These rules refer above all to DIN and EN standards, and they also encompass guidelines issued by the Association of German Engineers (VDI). The scope of paragraph 1, section 22 of Germany‘s road traffic act is not restricted

a particular party – instead, it applies to everyone who is responsible for handling loads. In other words, manufacturers are also required to take the standards and guidelines relating to the issue of load security into account in their work.

 

DIN EN 474-1 is of particular importance in this regard. This document on “Earth-moving machinery – Safety – Part 1: General requirements“ requires these items of machinery to possess (clearly marked) lashing points.

 

VDI 2700-13, “Securing loads for road vehicles – Oversized and heavy load transportation“ takes an even closer look at the issue and stipulates that, where necessary, manufacturers and transport planners must take suitable steps for technical coordination as early as in the construction phase. For many years now, lorries, trailers and semi-trailers with flatbed have had

to include features (lashing points) for anchoring lashing equipment so loads can be transported safely. This requirement is detailed in Germany‘s regulation for preventing vehicle accidents, DGUV regulation 70. The DIN-EN 12640 (“Lashing points on commercial vehicles“) a source of instructions. Despite all of these rules and regulations, problems frequently arise on a day-to-day level. It makes sense to take a look at these activities and establish a close level of cooperation between transport technicians and manufacturers.

Attention: ISO 15818 has been in effect since March 2017. It is the first standard to define worldwide performance requirements for lifting and lashing points for earth-moving machinery. All RUD lifting and lashing points comply with this standard.

 
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GUIDELINES

Correct load securing

  • It should be possible to recognise lashing points clearly and quickly, and they should also display the permitted lashing capacity.

 

  • A sufficient number of lashing points with the necessary lashing force should be provided.

 

  • It should be possible to replace lashing points easily if they are damaged.

 

  • Lashing points should have a distinctive plastic deformation before they fail – to make damage visible.

 

  • The nominal lashing capacity of a lashing point should be introducible in all anticipated loading directions; in the ideal case it should be loadable from any direction.

 

  • Lashing points should have a safety factor of 2:1.

  • It should be possible to access lashing points easily.

 

  • The design of lashing points should permit the closure of the lashing hook’s safety latch.

 

  • Lashing points should suit the design of the lashing hook and not require additional adapters or components such as shackles.

 

  • Lashing points should ensure that the lashing hooks connected to them are subjected to loads in the correct manner (loads are borne by the bed of the hook; no bending).

 

  • Lashing points should be positioned so “direct strand” lashing is possible, i.e. lashing means do not run around any edges.

 

  • Lashing points should be positioned so that proper lashing angles are possible – reference figure of α; β ≈ 30°.

The following list includes a few practical hints for design.

Often, lifting points are used for lashing. However, they display their working load limit WLL [t] instead of the permitted lashing capacity – LC [daN]. NB: lashing points and lifting points are subject to different safety factors.

 

The use of RUD lashing points is recommended to ensure that day-to-day requirements can be met adequately. These features are not only high-strength and subject to testing, but they have also proven their worth under everyday conditions. An excellent example of German-made quality, the meet all of the requirements mentioned here, including the presence of a stamp displaying their permitted LC (lashing capacity [daN]).

 

RUD has developed a wide range of ultra-strong lashing points. As the illustrations show (p.4), well-known manufacturers have long made ample use of these components: eyelets made of forged, high-quality alloy steel. Joining the range of popular weldable items (certified welders can retrofit existing equipment) are RUD’s threaded lashing points with LC marking.

The CAD files for RUD lashing points are available on www.rud.com for independent CAD-related activities. Our paper on “Optimum load securing” provides a host of additional information on the topic of securing loads. Simply contact us for a copy. Free programs for calculating what it takes to secure loads are also available on www.rud.com and in the form of iOS, Windows Phone and Android apps for downloading from their respective platforms.

 

HYPERLINK

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LOAD WEIGHT

Diagonal lashing acc. to DIN EN 12195-1: 2004 max. load weight in [t]

LC

(Lashing Capacity)

2,000 daN –

20,000 daN

see p.12

L-ABA Weldable lashing point full load in all direction

 
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LASHING

Lashing point for welding

LC

(Lashing Capacity)

3,000 daN

– 32,000 daN

 

see p.14

LPW-U / LPW Lashing point welding

 

HYPERLINK

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LOAD WEIGHT

Diagonal lashing acc. to DIN EN 12195-1: 2004 max. load weight in [t]

LC

(Lashing Capacity)

8,000 daN –

32,000 daN

 

see p.18

LRBS-FIX Lashing-Load ring FIX weldable

LRBK-FIX Lashing-Load ring FIX for 90°-edges weldable

 
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LASHING

Lashing point for welding and bolting

LC

(Lashing Capacity)

10,000 daN –

16,000 daN

 

SLP see p.20

LVLBG-PLUS see p.24

SLP Star Lashing Point

LVLBG-PLUS Lashing-VIP
Load ring

 
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L-ABA

  • Clear marking of the lashing capacity for all loading directions. Lashing Capacity marking in daN.

 

  • One-piece design, no rattling noise or shaking even at strong vibrations or shock loads, simple hinge of lashing means possible lashing

Weldable Lashing Point, working load in all directions. Ideal for drilling rigs, rollers and earthmoving equipment.

Product features

Requirements of the DIN 18800 are fulfilled by the weld arrangement (circular fillet weld),

 

this means non occurrence of contact/crevice corrosion due to the endless weld seam (therefore suitable for outdoor constructions). Material of weld-on-block 1.6541 (23MnNiCrMo52) (please observe user instruction).

  • Patented markings for easy determination for withdraw of service.

  • Phosphated surface.

 

  • Significant product characteristics of the ABA are subject to property right claims

  • Other important RUD specific information and specialities to our RUD lashing points can be found in the specific user instruction (www.rud.com).

L-ABA technical data

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L-ABA

Weldable Lashing Point, full load in all directions

Please refer to the Load Weight chart on p.8

Application-specific features L-ABA

  • Simple and fast welding installation.

 

  • Confirmation of the deep temperature ability to -40°C by the notch bar impact test is possible upon request (before order is placed).

  • Appropriateness for hot dip galvanising after welding has to be analysed process related and liberised.

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LPW
Lashing Point for welding

 
 
 
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Full LC in all loading directions

Patented 90° support

LC marking in daN

The lashing point

for all situations

 
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LPW

  • Clear marking of the lashing capacity for all loading directions. LC marking in daN.

 

  • Connecting ring pivots 180°.

 

  • Distance knobs at the weld-on block to achieve the necessary distance for the root weld

Lashing Point for welding. Operating range: load bed or cargo.

  • Simple and process safe positioning for the welding of pre-assembled components consisting of connecting ring and weld-on blocks.

 

  • The weld-on-block is made (forged) out of quality weldable steel.

  • Clamping spring works as a noise reduction and holds the connecting ring in the requested position; therefore simple hinge of lashing mean possible.

  • Suspension ring with optimised function form for a better support at side loading and protection of the clamping spring.

 

  • Phosphated surface

LPW-U LPW technical data

Product features

 
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LPW

Lashing Point for welding

Please refer to the Load Weight chart on p.8

Application-specific features LPW

  • Other important RUD specific information and specialities to our RUD lashing points can be found in the specific user instruction (www.rud.com).

 
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LRBS-FIX

The LRBS-FIX with considerable improvements!

LRBK-FIX

Best for the usage on edges – only half the number of lashing points needed.

HY welding seam LRBS-FIX LRBK-FIX

patented markings – easy determination for withdraw of service

Clamping spring

LRBS-FIX technical data

LRBK-FIX technical data

 
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LRBK-FIX

  • Clear marking of the lashing capacity for all loading directions. Lashing Capacity marking in daN.

 

  • LRBS-FIX: Connecting ring pivots 180°.                        LRBK-FIX: Connecting ring with enlarged pivoting area.

 

  • Split force introduction due to multiple point fixing.

 

  • Requirements of the DIN 18800 are fulfilled by the weld arrangement (circular fillet weld), this means non occurrence of contact/crevice corrosion due to the endless weld seam (therefore suitable for outdoor constructions). The circular weld seam HY requires only a small welding volume.

 

  • Clamping spring works as a noise reduction and holds the connecting ring in the requested position; therefore simple hinge of lashing mean possible.

Lashing ring FIX for edges weldable

  • Patented markings for easy determination for withdraw of service.

 

  • Easy painting due to fixing of the connecting ring.

 

  • Simple and process safe positioning for the welding of pre-assembled components consisting of connecting ring and weld-on blocks.

 

  • The weld-on-block is made (forged) out of a good weldable steel. Phosphated surface.

 

  • Significant product characteristics of the LRBS-FIX and LRBK-FIX are subject to property right claims.

 

Other important RUD specific information and specialities to our RUD lashing points can be found in the specific user instruction (www.rud.com).

LRBS-FIX

Lashing ring FIX weldable

The LRBS-FIX and LRBK-FIX are being used at differing lashing angles. Please refer to the Load Weight chart on p.9

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SLP
Star Lashing Point – weldable

 
 
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Full lashing capacity in all directions

Pivoting area 270°

With LC marking in daN

Full lashing capacity

in all directions

 
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SLP

  • Clear marking of the lashing capacity for all loading directions. Lashing Capacity marking in daN.

 

  • Split force introduction due to multiple point fixing.

 

  • Connecting ring with enlarged pivoting area.

Weld-on lashing point with full Lashing Capacity in all directions. Lateral mounting and suitable for wide loads.

  • Optimal for the lashing of oversized load.

  • Simple and process safe positioning for the welding of pre-assembled components consisting of connecting ring and weld-on blocks.

  • Requirements of the DIN 18800 are fulfilled by the weld arrangement (end-to-end HY weld seam), this means non occurrence of contact/crevice corrosion due to the endless weld seam. Therefore suitable for outdoor constructions. The circular weld seam HY requires only a small welding volume.

 

  • Clamping spring works as a noise reduction and holds the connecting ring in the requested position; therefore simple hinge of lashing mean possible.

  • Easy painting due to fixing of the suspension ring.

 

  • The weld-on-block is made (forged) out of quality weldable steel.

  • Significant product characteristics of the SLP are subject to property right claims.

 

Other important RUD specific information and specialities to our RUD lashing points can be found in the specific user instruction (www.rud.com).

SLP technical data

Product features

 
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SLP

Star Lashing Point for welding

Please refer to the Load Weight chart on p.8

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LVLBG-PLUS
Lashing VIP ring for bolting PLUS

 
 
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Clear LC marking in daN

Bracket pivoting 180°

Rotating 360°/bracket adjustable in force direction

Spot-on lashing

capacity

 
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LVLBG-PLUS

  • Clear marking of the lashing capacity for all loading directions. Lashing Capacity marking in daN.

 

  • Lashing point rotates 360°. Bracket pivots 180°.

  • Full load in all directions

The VLBG as a boltable heavy duty lashing point for load beds and cargo.

  • Original-RUD bolt with special corrosion protection Corrud-DT is included in delivery as well as available as a spare part. Clear marking at the bolt head: RUD, thread size, batch-no., class of strength.

 

  • Captive but exchangeable special bolt (this reduces the usage of improper standard bolts).

  • Clamping spring works as a noise reduction and holds the bracket in the requested position; therefore simple hinge of lashing mean possible

  • Variable bolt lengths available for tapped or through holes.

 

  • Quick and easy installation with just one bolt connection.

LVLBG-PLUS technical data

Product features

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LPW

Lashing Point for welding

Application-specific features LVLBG-PLUS

  • Assembly with flat / ring wrench or allen key possible.

Other important RUD specific information and specialities to our RUD lashing points can be found in the specific user instruction (www.rud.com).

 
 
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