Non-Marking Lifting

Last modified: June 13th, 2020

Terrier non-marking lifting Clamps are available in four different models.

  • TNMH
  • TBLC
  • TNMK-A


Position the opened clamp onto the plate correctly and completely, in such a way that the clamp’s clamping blocks are in full contact with the plate. Apply the safety locking device. The clamp will close and remain onto the plate in pretensioned position. The plate is now ready to be hoisted. Once the load has reached its destination, the safety clamp may be removed. To do so, make sure to lower the crane hook until the clamp is fully unloaded. This can be verified by the slackness of the hoisting chain and a free movement of the clamp’s lifting shackle and chain. Next, move the safety locking device towards the clamping blocks. This will open up the clamp and leave it in the opened position. The clamp may be used again immediately or stored in the opened position.

The TNMH horizontal safety lifting clamp is specifically been designed for the horizontal lifting and transporting of non-bending steel plates. This clamp consists of a body, cam, and cam pin. The cam also functions as a lifting shackle and ensures that the load is held firmly while it is being lifted.


The  TNMK has been equipped with two clamping jaws, which have been provided with a special plastic layer. The clamp is used for hoisting, turning, or vertically transporting workpieces that may not be damaged while being moved. These pieces may be made from various materials, such as stainless steel, aluminium, wood or stone, but with the exclusion of course concrete. After hoisting, the clamp will not leave any signs of damage. The clamp is locked in both the open and the closed position.

The TNMH lifting clamp is only suitable for lifting and horizontal movement of non-bending steel plates and structures where it is possible to position the clamp on a flat point of contact. The clamp should always be used in pairs or multiples thereof. However, preferably with a load spreader beam.

Note: For TBLC clamp operating instructions and applications download the attached user manual.

Last modified: June 13th, 2020 by