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Wireless Load Shackles for a Boat Lift Application

With a lead time of just 2 days from receipt of order, these 12te and 17te wireless load shackles are currently on route to New Zealand to a shipyard where they will be used on a boat lift crane to monitor lifting loads and ensure weight is evenly distributed throughout the lift. This particular customer has purchased a number of these load shackles over the last few years and are expanding their stock to enable them to instrument more of their cranes. Short delivery times form a significant part of their purchasing decision, and knowing that we hold these products in stock for immediate despatch is certainly one of the reasons we are their preferred supplier. Our wireless load shackle range available ex-stock starts at 3.25 tonnes and goes up to 120 tonnes. Higher rated capacities are also available, but on a slightly longer lead time. If you need a load shackle for an imminent project, you can either purchase via our website or contact our sales team, who will be happy to assist.


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    LCM system

    LCM Systems Ltd specialises in load measurement solutions that are utilised in many different industries worldwide. Established in 1984 to provide the yachting industry with precision load cells and readout systems, the company has grown rapidly, and now provides engineering and design expertise to market sectors including oil & gas, civil engineering, marine & offshore, aerospace, heavy lifting and process engineering.

    We manufacture a comprehensive range of standard load cells and instrumentation, but a significant proportion of our business comes from the supply of bespoke products that are tailored to meet specific customer requirements.

    We pride ourselves on being able to provide innovative solutions to complex and challenging load measurement problems.