Strong support is vital in any rigging situation. Whether it’s for mining, cranes, or on-stage entertainment, you need a reliable set up. Our utility rigging supplies are top notch and the safest solutions around. At Silver State Wire Rope and Rigging, we pride ourselves in offering only quality rigging equipment.
What Is Utility Rigging?
Industrial sites like factories rely on rigging. More than ever, proper rigging safety is important in these settings. Thus, you need effective utility rigging supplies. For heavier items, industrial or crane rigging equipment is vital. Safety is of utmost importance, so these should be the first things you look into.
Utility rigging is simply using proper steps, equipment, and protocols in securing large industrial objects or machines.
Utility Rigging Supplies
Our utility rigging supplies are used for a number of different things—and they’re equally effective for each of those things. We provide all the industrial rigging supplies, such as:
- Cargo tie-downs
- Rigging hardware
- Blocks and sheaves
- Clamps and trolleys
- Safety equipment
- Sleeves and terminals
- Lifting beams
- Testing equipment
- Wire ropes
The most important thing when it comes to utility rigging supplies is safety. You never want to cut corners with safety. Consider all the safety equipment you’ll need for your employees when planning a project.
It’s a good idea to make sure you have fall protection. When the item or worker is at risk of falling, a fall protection rope grab will help eliminate danger. It’s also a good idea to have cargo nets set up in case something or someone does fall.
Here are some other examples of safety equipment we provide:
- Ropes and anchors
- Descent units
- Retrieval lifeline
- Cantilever arm
- Retractable brackets
- Lifeline systems
- Rescue systemes
- Safety glasses
- Ear/head protection
Top Notch Utility Rigging Supplies
Silver State Wire Rope and Rigging offers only the best in wire and rig equipment. Our utility rigging supplies are tested and guaranteed. We also offer training for those who need a little extra guidance on rigging.
Contact us today at (702) 597-2010.