pewag winner profilift lifting point PLEW Eta.
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High-tensile lifting point pewag winner profilift eta, for welding onto machine parts or vehicle bodies. Ideal for hanging of lifting and lashing parts. Due to the integrated spring, the ring will be kept in each requested position.

The PLEW has a higher rated capacity than the pewag PLE/N and additionally can be loaded higher in the preferred load direction (see user manual). The grooves on the weld-on bracket at 45° and 60° simplify the recognition of the permitted inclination.

Each lifting point comes with an individual serial number. Also available with peTAG upon request.

The instructions according to DIN EN ISO 14341 are valid for the welding. The welding may only be carried out by a welding operator with a valid qualification according to EN 287-1 or EN ISO 9606-1.

The lifting points will be packed individually and together with a user manual and welding instructions.

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Specification table

Method of lifting icon 1-legs 90-angle
Number of legs 1 3+4 3+4 3+4
Angle of inclination 90° 60° 90° 120°
PLEW Eta Code / Type load capacity
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PLEW 1,5 t 5,500 3,300 5,500 4,600 3,300
PLEW 2,5 t 8,800 5,500 9,400 7,700 5,500
PLEW 4 t 13,200 8,800 15,200 12,300 8,800
PLEW 6,7 t 22,000 14,700 25,500 20,700 14,700
PLEW 10 t 33,000 22,000 38,100 31,000 22,000
PLEW 19 t 1)  55,100 41,800 72,500 59,000 41,800
PLEW Eta Code / Type load capacity
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PLEW 1,5 t 3,300
PLEW 2,5 t 5,500
PLEW 4 t 8,800
PLEW 6,7 t 14,700
PLEW 10 t 22,000
PLEW 19 t 1)  41,800
 1)  The spring only assists the weld-on process. It does not hold the ring in each position.

Product description

Permitted usage
Load capacity acc. to the inspection certificate respectively table of WLL in the mentioned directions of pull (fig.: Permitted directions of pull)

Non-permitted usage
Make sure when choosing the assembly that improper load
can not arise e.g. if:
  • the direction of pull is obstructed.
  • direction of pull is not in the foreseen area.
  • loading ring rests against edges and load.

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