IPT's Crane and Rigging Handbook - Ronald G. Garby

IPT's Crane and Rigging Handbook

By Ronald G. Garby

  • Release Date: 2005-04-01
  • Genre: Engineering
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IPT's Crane and Rigging Handbook Ronald G. Garby Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

IPT's Crane and Rigging Hand Book is referred as the best practical rigging book in North America. This book was completely revised cover to cover in 2005 when five new sections and 113 pages were added. Well over 300,000 books are in circulation. Contents include sections on Rigging, Training & Certification, Pre-lift Planning, Mobile Cranes, Boom Trucks, Material Handlers, Aerial Platforms, Mobile Equipment Safety, Barge-Ship-Offshore Cranes, Tower Cranes, Overhead Cranes and an Appendix section. IPT's Crane and Rigging Handbook is used for reference and/or training in every type of industry and all methods of classroom training. These include technical colleges, Army Corps of Engineers, and CCCO operator exam reference. This book is a required text for dozens of training institutions across Canada and the USA. It is especially adaptable to the new iBooks fixed page format. This book has 12 sections, 609 pages, 459 Illustrations, 90 Tables/Charts. To view other printed IPT books visit iptbooks.com.

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