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Crane Stretcher Cage

Available for Hire

Manufactured by Marwood Group. This equipment is designed as a safe, secure method for transporting immobilised injured personnel with an attendant, from any high structure or deep excavation via a crane. Especially useful in any situation where the only alternative is for a stretcher to be manhandled up or down ladders or stairs.

Manufactured with a single 1/2 height entry/exit door located in one end of the cage, the roof section has a solid infill panel to the centre. This form of construction allows the machine operator and banks man the best possible vision of the situation within the stretcher cage.

The cage comes complete with a four-leg chain set attached to the main lifting lugs. This chainset is rated to give a ratio of 8 to 1.

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Height from bottom to lifting eyes 2225mm
Overall length 2585mm
Mainframe height 1997mm
Width of cage including lifting eyes 962mm
Width of cage excluding lifting eyes 862mm
Height from cage floor to half height harness rail 1108mm
Unladen weight (approx) 565kg
Total operational weight 805kg
Maximum permissible load 2 persons 240kg
Load on crane hook 8.05kg

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