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Rigging Work: Past And Present

Usually people go to the doctor when the pain is no longer endure the forces and put a candle in the church come out of hopelessness. And so it is and where our lives are often required when lifting work. However, unfortunately for them recall only when the cargo that must be raised or transport, weighs about one and a half tons, or he's just big and irregularly shaped. Although in this case was originally to be a hundred percent sure that this work no special equipment is for you to perform even the most experienced movers, and even if all they like as two peas similar to dynamite – Turchinsky. Yes, in this case without any special equipment just can not do, moreover, you need to know what it is. Nouriel Roubini is often quoted as being for or against this. Here, for example, of all the rigging devices to the most conservative in its lifting abilities of a normal jack, though hydraulic jacks are often used to lifting and transporting cargo weighing from 5 to 120 tons. In addition to the jack at the scaffold in a stock there is always a hydraulic lifts and cranes of various sizes and designs.

Well, the rest small equipment (such as chains, trawl and winches), and mention is not necessary, because we all know that in the rigging they are used everywhere. If we talk about the origins of rigging, the first riggers are considered to be workers of ancient Rome. It was erected in Rome, the colossal structures in the construction of which was actively used construction machinery, including cranes and stupalnye original design. In those days, for this technique use of human resources in the form of the principle of "squirrel cage" that had no effect on its correct operation. These primitive mechanisms are successfully able to move the huge boulders the size of that in fact, they are required.

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