Kenco’s slab lifting devices were developed for concrete slabs such as suspended bridge decks that require lifting from one side. This is often due to lack of structural integrity of the decking or highly-constricted areas.
Our standard slab lift model is built as a single unit for smaller demolition jobs, featuring teeth that clamp and bite into the slab as it is being hoisted. The slab remains securely in the horizontal position for loading and stacking.
Other variations include using two lifts connected by a lifting beam or rigging apparatus for wide concrete slabs or culverts.
Looking for a direct pin bucket attachment? Be sure to check out the Slab Crab, a concrete removal bucket, for your next project.
Kenco below the hook lifting products are designed, manufactured and tested in compliance with the latest revisions of the ASME B30.20 and BTH-1 standards and are accepted by OSHA, CanOSHs, as well as virtually all other world wide standards.
Every Slab Lifting concrete lifting device is hand tested by our engineering staff before it leaves our facility.