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RUD "PPS", "PPB" & "PPVIP" Rotating Swivel Lifting Point c/w Clevis Connector for Hook, Eye & Chain. Metric & Imperial Thread - Range from 630kg - 8t

Model:  RUD PP-S/B/VIP / SLP-58

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Unit Price £ 95.74  
Part N°: 58-188944   Add to Quote Request

Bolt Down Swivel Lifting Point - RUD Power Point Star - RUD PPS.

Rud PP Series - PowerPoint Lifting Points

Double-ball bearing - for smooth lifting and turning operations

The first generation of lifting-and-lashing points with a universal connection for every sling means (hook- and ring assembly, basket chains, round slings, loops, etc), are all complete with double-ball bearing for smooth lifting and turning operations. The optimized design avoids damage to the sling means and the precious load during turning. Maximum WLL with smallest thread diameter. Version PP-S: The standard universal connection by eye hooks for master link assemblies, round slings, wire ropes, hook assemblies...

Rud powerpoint star load lifting point showing pivotPP-S Information

The first generation of lifting points with a universal connection for all slinging means (hook and ring assemblies, endles slings, round slings, loops etc)
With a double ball bearing for jerk - free turning, swiveling and tilting. Even under full load can be turned in a 90° position from the bolt centre line. Not suitable for permanent swiveling under full load.

The optimised design prevents the lifting points as well as the load from being damaged.
Maximum WLL with the smallest thread diameter.
Version PP-S: The standard universal connection with eye hooks for ring assemblies, round slings, wire ropes and hook assemblies.

Choose the attachment points in such a way that the introduced forces are accomodated by the work piece without being deformed. Work piece material, at least 1.0037 (St 37).
For light metals, nonferrous heavy metals and grey cast iron, the thread type allocation must be done in such a way that, the WLL of the thread type fulfils the requirements of the respective work piece.

Make sure the bolting surface is plain. Ensure an appropriate bore depth to facilitate an optimal sitting of the engaging surface.

For a single transportation procedure, bolting in and fastening tightly with a flat wrench is enough.

Without a washer, the seat - engaging surface of the Power point (D) must completely lie onto the surface of the work piece. If the Power point is to be permanently loaded, it must be tightened with the correct torque (see table below).

When impact loaded or operated in environments with skewing and vibrations, unintentional loosening can happen, especially if through bolts with nuts are used.

Securing possibilities: Use of a liquid thread securing medium eg. Loctite ( follow the manufacturer`s recomendations) or positive bolt securing for example using a castellated nut with a split pin, counter nut etc.

PP-B Information

  • The first generation of lifting points with a double ball bearing for jerk - free turning, swiveling and tilting.
  • The optimised design prevents the lifting points as well as the load from being damaged.
  • Even under full load, can be turned in a 90° position from the bolt centre line. Not suitable for permanent swiveling under full load.
  • Maximum WLL with the smallest thread diameter.
  • Version PP-B: The ring connection for hook assemblies.
  • Choose the attachment points in such a way that the introduced forces are accomodated by the work piece without being deformed. Work piece material, at least 1.0037 (St 37).
  • For light metals, nonferrous heavy metals and grey cast iron, the thread type allocation must be done in such a way that the WLL of the thread type fulfils the requirements of the respective work piece.
  • Make sure the work piece surface is plain. Ensure an appropriate bore depth to facilitate an optimal sitting of the engaging surface.
    For a single transportation procedure, bolting in and fastening tightly with a flat wrench is enough.
  • Without a washer, the seat - engaging surface of the Power point (D) must completely lie onto the surface of the work piece. If the Power point is to be permanently loaded, it must be tightened with the correct torque.
  • When impact loaded or operated in environments with skewing and vibrations, unintentional loosening can happen, especially if through bolts with nuts are used.
  • Securing possibilities: Use of a liquid thread securing medium eg. Loctite (follow the manufacturer`s recomendations) or positive bolt securing for example using a castellated nut with a split pin, counter nut etc.

PP-VIP Information

  • The first generation of lifting points with a double ball bearing for the direct connection of the VIP chain. Version PP-VIP.
  • Connection only with RUD approved components e.g; VCÖH-4, oval link, PP 0,63t or the 4 mm VIP chain.
  • Hint : The VIP chain connection is fool proof. When assembling the components, pay attention to the correct WLL allocation.
  • Even under full load, can be turned in a 90° position from the bolt centre line.
  • Not suitable for permanent swiveling under full load.
  • Choose the attachment points in such a way that the introduced forces are accomodated by the work piece without being deformed. Work piece material, at least 1.0037 (St 37).
  • For light metals, nonferrous heavy metals and grey cast iron, the thread type allocation must be done in such a way that, the WLL of the thread type fulfils the requirements of the respective work piece. Make sure the bolting surface is plain. Ensure an appropriate bore depth to facilitate an optimal sitting of the engaging surface.
  • Maximum WLL with the smallest thread diameter.
  • For a single transportation procedure, bolting in and fastening tightly with a flat wrench is enough.
  • Without a washer, the seat - engaging surface of the Power point (D) must completely lie onto the surface of the work piece. If the Power point is to be permanently loaded, it must be tightened with the correct torque.
  • When impact loaded or operated in environments with skewing and vibrations, unintentional loosening can happen, especially if through bolts with nuts are used.
  • Securing possibilities: Use of a liquid thread securing medium eg. Loctite ( follow the manufacturer`s recomendations) or positive bolt securing for example using a castellated nut with a split pin, counter nut etc.

Proof Testing

There is no requirement to Proof Test RUD Products, either Bolt or Weldable after Installation if the user instructions for welding are carried out correctly. The welding should be carried out by a suitably qualified and competent welder/person.

The supporting structure, or the load, should be of adequate strength to take the stresses involved and this is the responsibility of the engineering designer or equivalent.

RUD Lifting and Lashing Products are Manufactured and conform to EN 1677. No further Proof Testing in the field is required. In fact it would be considered that the Product had been overloaded if a Load more than the recommended Working Load Limit had been applied.

RUD products should be regularly inspected in line with the requirements of LOLER and as per our user instructions at intervals decided by a competent person.

Technical Specifications

Lift Method Capacities - Metric

Method of Lift Rud  powerpoint load example 1 Rud  powerpoint load example 2 Rud  powerpoint load example 3 Rud  powerpoint load example 4 Rud  powerpoint load example 5 Rud  powerpoint load example 6 Rud  powerpoint load example 7 Rud  powerpoint load example 8
Number of legs 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 und 4 3 und 4 3 und 4
Angle of inclination <ß 90° 90° 0-45° 45-60° unsymm. 0-45° 45-60° unsymm.
Factor 1 1 2 2 1,4 1 1 2,1 1,5 1
Type Max. load weight >G< in for all PowerPoint types with different lift methods
PP- .. - 0,63t - M12 / 1/2“ 0,63 0,63 1,26 1,26 0,88 0,63 0,63 1,32 0,95 0,63
PP- .. - 1,5t - M16 / 5/8“ 1,5 1,5 3,0 3,0 2,1 1,5 1,5 3,15 2,25 1,5
PP- .. - 2,5t - M 20 / 3/4“ 7/8“ 2,5 2,5 5,0 5,0 3,5 2,5 2,5 5,25 3,75 2,5
PP- .. - 4t - M 24 / 1“ 4,0 4,0 8,0 8,0 5,6 4,0 4,0 8,4 6,0 4,0
PP- .. - 5t - M 30 / 1 1/4“ 6,7 5,0 13,4 10,0 7,0 5,0 5,0 10,5 7,5 5,0
PP- .. - 8t - M 36 / 1 1/2“ 10,0 8,0 20,0 16,0 11,2 8,0 8,0 16,8 12,0 8,0

Lift Method Capacities - Imperial

Method of Lift Rud  powerpoint load example 1 Rud  powerpoint load example 2 Rud  powerpoint load example 3 Rud  powerpoint load example 4 Rud  powerpoint load example 5 Rud  powerpoint load example 6 Rud  powerpoint load example 7 Rud  powerpoint load example 8
Number of legs 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 und 4 3 und 4 3 und 4
Angle of inclination <ß 90° 90° 0-45° 45-60° unsymm. 0-45° 45-60° unsymm.
Factor 1 1 2 2 1,4 1 1 2,1 1,5 1
Type Max. load weight >G< in lbs for all PowerPoint types with different lift methods
PP- .. - 0,63t - M12 / 1/2“ 1385 1385 2770 2770 1940 1385 1385 2900 2080 1385
PP- .. - 1,5t - M16 / 5/8“ 3300 3300 6600 6600 4620 3300 3300 6930 4950 3300
PP- .. - 2,5t - M 20 / 3/4“ 7/8“ 5500 5500 11000 11000 7700 5500 5500 11550 8250 5500
PP- .. - 4t - M 24 / 1“ 8800 8800 17600 17600 12320 8800 8800 18480 13200 8800
PP- .. - 5t - M 30 / 1 1/4“ 14750 11000 29500 22000 15400 11000 11000 23100 16500 11000
PP- .. - 8t - M 36 / 1 1/2“ 22000 17600 44000 35200 24640 17600 17600 36960 26400 17600

Table 1 - Metric Measurements

PP-S

Rud power-point pp-s dimensions
And Vario lengths vary

PP-B

Rud power-point pp-b dimensions

PP-VIP

Rud power-point pp vip dimensions
Only for original VIP chain
Type
WLL (t) A B C D E F Standard F Vario G M T weight (kg) Thread Pitch (mm) torque Ref-no. (Standard) Ref-no.(Vario)
PP-S type
PP-S-0,63t-M12 0,63 13 75 18 40 36 18 19-145* 41 12 116 0,4 1.75 10 Nm 7990719 8600320
PP-S-1,5t-M16 1,5 20 97 25 46 41 25 26-180* 50 16 147 1,0 2 30 Nm 7989719 8600321
PP-S-2,5t-M20
2,5 28 126 30 61 55 30 31-200 61 20 187 1,7 2.5 70 Nm 7989075 8600302
PP-S-4t-M24
4,0 36 150 35 78 70 36 37-255* 77 24 227 3,5 3 150 Nm 7989076 8600323
PP-S-5t-M30 5,0 37 174 40 95 85 45 46-330 93 30 267 7,2 3.5 225 Nm 7989720 8600324
PP-S-8t-M36 6 8,0 49 208 48 100 90 54 55-300 102 36 310 9,2 4 410 Nm 7989077 8600305
Type
WLL (t) A B C D E F Standard F Vario G M T weight (kg) Thread Pitch (mm) torque Ref-no. (Standard) Ref-no.(Vario)
PP-B type

PP-B-0,63t-M12

0,63 9 65 35 40 36 18 19-145* 41 12 105 0,35 1.75 10 Nm 7989522 8600320

PP-B-1,5t-M16

1,5 11 65 35 46 41 25 26-180* 50 16 115 0,6 2 30 Nm 7989523 8600321

PP-B-2,5t-M20

2,5 13 74 40 61 55 30 31-200 61 20 135 1,1 2.5 70 Nm 7989081 8600302

PP-B-4t-M24

4,0 16 95 45 78 70 36 37-255* 77 24 172 2,4 3 150 Nm 7989082 8600323

PP-B-5t-M30

5,0 19 130 60 95 85 45 46-330 93 30 223 5,2 3.5 225 Nm 7989524 8600324

PP-B-8t-M36

8,0 24 140 65 100 90 54 55-300 102 36 242 6,3 4 410 Nm 7989083 8600305
Type
WLL (t) A B C D E F Standard F Vario G M T weight (kg) Thread Pitch (mm) torque Ref-no. (Standard) Ref-no.(Vario)
PP-VIP type
PP-VIP-0,63t-M12
0,63 4 - - 40 36 18 19-145* - 12 41 0,25 1.75 10 Nm 7989525 8600320
PP-VIP-1,5t-M16 1,5 6 - - 46 41 25 26-180* - 16 50 0,45 2 30 Nm 7989526 8600321
PP-VIP-2,5t-M20 2,5 8 - - 61 55 30 31-200 - 20 61 0,95 2.5 70 Nm 7989527 8600302
PP-VIP-4t-M24 4,0 10 - - 78 70 36 37-255* - 24 77 2,2 3 150 Nm 7989528 8600323
PP-VIP-5t-M30 5,0 13 - - 95 85 45 46-330 - 30 93 3,5 3.5 225 Nm 7989529 8600324
PP-VIP-8t-M36 8,0 16 - - 100 90 54 55-300 - 36 102 5,2 4 410 Nm 7989530 8600305
* reduced WLL Version So-PP-..

Table 3 - Imperial Measurements

PP-S

Rud power-point pp-s dimensions
And Vario lengths vary

PP-B

Rud power-point pp-b dimensions

PP-VIP

Rud power-point pp vip dimensions
Only for original VIP chain
Type
WLL ( lbs ) A B C D E F Standard F Vario G M T weight (lbs) torque Ref-no. (Standard) Ref-no.(Vario)
PP-S type
PP-S-0,63t-1/2"-13UNC 1385 1/2" 2 15/16" 23/32" 1 9/16" 1 13/32" 23/32" 1/2"-1 3/4" 1 5/8" 1/2" 4 9/16" 0,9 10 Nm 7990720 8600320*
PP-S-1,5t-5/8"-11UNC 3300 25/32" 3 13/16" 1" 1 13/16" 1 5/8" 1" 5/8"-2 5/32" 2" 5/8" 5 3/4" 2,0 30 Nm 7989908 8600321*
PP-S-2,5t-3/4"-10UNC 5500 1 1/8" 5" 1 3/16" 2 13/32" 2 5/32" 1 3/16"  - 2 13/32" 3/4" 7 3/8" 3,7 70 Nm 7989909 **
PP-S-2,5t-7/8"-9UNC 5500 1 1/8" 5" 1 3/16" 2 13/32" 2 5/32" 1 3/16"  - 2 13/32" 7/8" 7 3/8" 3,8 80 Nm 7989910 **
PP-S-4t-1"-8UNC 8800 1 13/32" 5 7/8" 1 3/8" 3" 2 3/4" 1 13/32" 1"-2 29/32" 3" 1" 8 15/16" 7,7 150 Nm 7989911 8600323*
PP-S-5t-11/4"-7UNC 11000 1 7/16" 6 7/8" 1 9/16" 3 3/4" 3 11/32" 1 3/4" 1 1/4"-3 9/16" 3 5/8" 1 1/4" 10 1/2" 14,3 225 Nm 7989912 8600324*
PP-S-8t-11/2"-6UNC 17600 1 15/16" 8 3/16" 1 7/8" 3 15/16" 3 9/16" 2 1/8" 2 1/8"-11 3/4" 4" 1 1/2" 12 3/16" 20,2 410 Nm 7989913 8600305
Type
WLL ( lbs ) A B C D E F Standard F Vario G M T weight (lbs) torque Ref-no. (Standard) Ref-no.(Vario)
PP-B type
PP-B-0,63t-1/2"-13UNC 1385 3/8" 2 9/16" 1 3/8" 1 9/16" 1 13/32" 23/32" 1/2"-1 3/4" 1 5/8" 1/2" 4 1/8" 0,8 10 Nm 7989901 8600320*
PP-B-1,5t-5/8"-11UNC 3300 7/16" 2 9/16" 1 3/8" 1 13/16" 1 5/8" 1" 5/8"-2 5/32" 2" 5/8" 4 1/2" 1,3 30 Nm 7989902 8600321*
PP-B-2,5t-3/4"-10UNC 5500 1/2" 2 7/8" 1 9/16" 2 13/32" 2 5/32" 1 3/16"  - 2 13/32" 3/4" 5 5/16" 2,4 70 Nm 7989903 **
PP-B-2,5t-7/8"-9UNC 5500 1/2" 2 7/8" 1 9/16" 2 13/32" 2 5/32" 1 3/16"  - 2 13/32" 7/8" 5 5/16" 2,5 80 Nm 7989904 **
PP-B-4t-1"-8UNC 8800 5/8" 3 3/4" 1 3/4" 3" 2 3/4" 1 13/32" 1"-2 29/32" 3" 1" 6 3/4" 5,3 150 Nm 7989905 8600323*
PP-B-5t-11/4"-7UNC 11000 3/4" 5 1/8" 2 3/8" 3 3/4" 3 11/32" 1 3/4" 1 1/4"-3 9/16" 3 5/8" 1 1/4" 8 3/4" 11,6 225 Nm 7989906 8600324*
PP-B-8t-11/2"-6UNC 17600 15/16" 5 1/2" 2 9/16" 3 15/16" 3 9/16" 2 1/8" 2 1/8"-1 13/4" 4" 1 1/2" 9 1/2" 13,8 410 Nm 7989907 8600305
Type
WLL ( lbs ) A B C D E F Standard F Vario G M T weight (lbs) torque Ref-no. (Standard) Ref-no.(Vario)
PP-VIP type
PP-VIP-0,63t-1/2"-13UNC
1385 5/32" - - 1 9/16" 1 13/32" 23/32" 1/2"-1 3/4" - 1/2" 1 5/8" 0,55 10 Nm 7989920 8600320*
PP-VIP-1,5t-5/8"-11UNC 3300 15/64" - - 1 13/16" 1 5/8" 1" 5/8"-2 5/32" - 5/8" 2" 1,0 30 Nm 7989921 8600321*
PP-VIP-2,5t-3/4"-10UNC 5500 5/16" - - 2 13/32" 2 5/32" 1 3/16"  - - 3/4" 2 13/32" 2,0 70 Nm 7989922 **
PP-VIP-2,5t-7/8"-9UNC 5500 5/16" - - 2 13/32" 2 5/32" 1 3/16"  - - 7/8" 2 13/32" 2,2 80 Nm 7989923 **
PP-VIP-4t-1"-8UNC 8800 3/8" - - 3" 2 3/4" 1 13/32" 1"-2 29/32" - 1" 3" 4,8 150 Nm 7989924 8600323*
PP-VIP-5t-11/4"-7UNC 11000 1/2" - - 3 3/4" 3 11/32" 1 3/4" 1 1/4"-3 9/16" - 1 1/4" 3 5/8" 7,7 225 Nm 7989925 8600324*
PP-VIP-8t-11/2"-6UNC 17600 5/8" - - 3 15/16" 3 9/16" 2 1/8" 2 1/8"-1 13/4" - 1 1/2" 4" 11,4 410 Nm 7989926 8600305
* reduced WLL Version So-PP-..    ** in preperation

User Instruction

RUD PowerPoint® are available in the following versions:
  • PP-S: the standard version
  • PP-B: the lifting ring version for hook assemblies
  • PP-VIP: the direct chain connection

Attention: Other combinations with non RUD components and chains are dangerous. These are not permitted and RUD will not accept any warranty.
1. Reference should be made to German Standards accord.
BGR 500 or other country specific statutory regulations and inspections are to be carried out by competent persons only.

2. Before installation and every use, inspect visually RUD lifting points, paying particular attention to any evidence of corrosion, wear, weld cracks and deformations. Please ensure compatibility of bolt thread and tapped hole.

3. The material construction to which the lifting point will be attached should be of adequate strength to withstand forces during lifting without deformation. The German testing authority, BG, recommends the following minimum for the bolt lengths:
1 x M in steel (min. quality S235JR [1.0037])
1.25 x M in cast iron (e.g. GG25)
2 x M in aluminium
2.5 x M in aluminium-magnesium alloys
(M = thread Ø, e.g. M 20)
When lifting light metals, nonferrous metals and gray cast iron the thread has to be chosen in such a way that the WLL of the thread corresponds to the requirements of the corresponding base material.

4. The lifting points must be positioned to the load in such a way that movements are avoided during lifting.
a.) For single leg lifts, the lifting point should be vertically above the centre of gravity of the load.
b.) For two leg lifts, the lifting points must be equidistant to/or above the centre of gravity of the load.
c.) For three and four leg lifts, the lifting points should be arranged symmetrical around the centre of gravity, in the same plane if possible.

5. Load symmetry:
The required WLL of the individual RUD lifting point are calculated using the following formula and are based on symmetrical loading:

WLL =
       G       
n x cos ß
WLL = Working Load Limit
G = Load Weight (kg)
n = Number of load bearing legs
ß = Angle of inclination of the chain to the vertical

The calculation of load bearing legs is as follows:

No. Legs Symmectrical Asymmetrical
Two Leg 2 1
Three / Four Leg 3 2

(See Table 1 and 3)

6. Drill and tap the work piece so that the PowerPoint®-version is installed perpendicular to the surface of the work piece. The work piece surface must be flat, providing complete contact for the PowerPoint®-version ball bearing house.
Countersink the tapped hole.

7. For single use it is sufficient to tighten by hand with a spanner, without using a bar. For a long term application the PowerPoint® should be tightened with torque according table 1 or 3 (+/- 10%).

8. The RUD PowerPoint® versions are designed for turning and rotating of loads, however, not for permanent rotations under load.

9. All fittings connected to the PowerPoint®-versions should be free moving. Also the assembled components on the PowerPoint® must be free moveable and should not used over sharp corners.
When connecting and disconnecting the lifting means (wire ropes, chain slings, round slings), pinches and impacts should be avoided. Damage of the lifting means caused by sharp corners should be avoided as well.
Before lifting the hooks must be installed without twists in the direction of pull.

10. To prevent unintended dismounting through shock loading, rotation or vibrations, thread locking devices are recommended.
Therefore different locking systems are possible. Liquid locking fluid such as Loctite (respect manufacturer specifications) or form closed versions such as hex castel nut, counter nut, etc.
For lifting points which remain on the construction we basically recommend to secure with liquid locking device and tightenwith torque.

11. Effect of temperature:
Due to the greasing we recommend to use PowerPoint®-versions not in overheated areas. If this cannot be avoided please take the reduced WLL into consideration:
-40° up to 200°C =  no reduction
200° up to 300°C  = minus 10% (392°F up to 572°F)
300° up to 400°C = minus 25% (572°F up to 752°F)
Temperatures above 400°C (752°F) are not allowed.
The special fluorescent pink powder coating of the fittings permanently changes its colour during the use in higher temperatures areas. A deep black colour indicates the use beyond 400°C. A continued use will then be forbidden.

12. RUD lifting points must not be used under chemical influences such as acids, alkaline solutions and vapours e.g. in pickling baths or hot dip galvanising plants. If this cannot avoided, please contact the manufacturer indicating the concentration, period of penetration and temperature of use.

13. The position where the lifting points should be attached should be clearly marked with colour.

14. The PowerPoint® versions are available with different thread lengths (refer to F vario in table 2). The assembly of components must only be carried out by RUD or by authorised specialists. For the user it is forbidden to disassemble the ball bearing.

15. After fitting, an annual inspection or sooner if conditions dictate should be undertaken by a competent person examining the continued suitability. Also after damage and special occurrences.

A non-adherence to this advice may result damages of persons and/or materials

Inspection criteria regarding paragraphs 2 and 15:

  • Ensure correct bolt size, quality and length.
  • Ensure compatibility of bolt thread and tapped hole - control of the torque.
  • The lifting point should be complete.
  • The WLL, thread size, batch code and manufacturers stamping should be clearly visible on the lifting point.
  • Deformations of the components parts such as body, fittings and thread.
  • Mechanical damages such as notches, especially in high stress areas.
  • Wear should be not more than 10% of cross sectional diameter.
  • Evidence of corrosion.
  • Evidence of cracks.
  • Damage to the bolt and/or thread.
  • The upper fork head part of the PowerPoint®-versions must rotate smoothly.
  • The PowerPoint®-versions should only be used within the nom WLL.
  • The PowerPoint® versions are not allowed for proof load test.
    Magnetic crack test only.
  • The maximum gap between upper- and lower part of the PowerPoint® must not be exceeded:
    PP-..-0,63t up to PP-..2,5t         max. 1,5 mm
    PP-..-4t up to PP-..8t                  max. 2,5 mm

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