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Contractors and business owners are sometimes faced with the need to lift extremely heavy materials for a various number of reasons. They may need to load, stack, carry, pull or place the material so that it is either more easily accessible or to be able to install the material. The only way that many of these materials will be able to be lifted easily, without posing a threat, will be to use a crane to do the lifting. Cranes are very powerful pieces of equipment with the ability to safely lift massive amounts of weight measuring up to many tons. Without the use of a crane, moving this type of material would be very difficult if not impossible.



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Many companies who find themselves in need of a crane so that they can complete a project involving the lifting of material will choose to use a lift crane hire to assist them. One of the most important factors when using a crane to lift materials is that the crane must be used in accordance with its limitations. You cannot try to use a crane to lift more weight that what is the allowable limit because this can be very dangerous. There are certain calculations that need to be made to ensure that the correct amount of weight is placed on the crane.

By using a lift crane hire, you can be sure that the hiring company will have the expert experience necessary to make sure that all of the material that your crane lifts will be under the legal limitations of the crane. A specialist from the lift crane hire company will come to your site location and evaluate what your needs are. They will be able to calculate the weight requirements and advise you on the best crane to use for the job to be completed. This will give you a great advantage to ensure that the crane is used correctly.

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If you are inexperienced with using a crane, then a lift crane hire is the best option for you. You will not only want to hire the lift crane but you will want to hire a crane operator. This operator will be provided by the lift crane company and the operator assumes all responsibility for the cranes operations including is lifting limitations. You will be required to provide the operator with accurate information, especially the weight of all materials and objects that need to be moved. If you give incorrect information either by accident or on purpose, you personally will be responsible for any damage that occurred as a result so be sure to give as accurate information as possible.

If you or a member of your staff is qualified to use a crane, then you can opt to use your own crane operator. This will mean that you will only need to pay for the cost of the lift crane hire and not to hire the crane operator. If you choose this option instead of hiring an operator, your company will assume total responsibility for the crane. This means that your operator will need to perform the necessary calculations and be sure that the weight of the material does not exceed the limit.


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