Lifting socket provides the most effective method of lifting precast concrete elements. There are many kinds of lifting sockets. These strong steel lifting sockets are supplied with a through hole below the thread to take a reinforcing bar, located and tied to the main reinforcement in order to provide a secure anchorage point in the concrete.
Electro-galvanized or stainless steel.
• Precision steel tube (S355) or stainless steel (A2-standard, A4-on request).
• Rd thread or M thread.
• The socket is anchored into the concrete unit using a reinforcement bar through the cross-hole.
• A pressed-plastic stopper prevents the penetration of the concrete from below into the thread.
• The lifting sockets can be used in a wide range of applications due to the flexible way in which the reinforcement can be applied: pipes, walls, slabs, etc.