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T-DAVIT ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS AND MANUAL

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21. Head Office, UK Unit 1 Wyeview Newhouse Farm Industrial Estate Chepstow Monmouthshire NP16 6UD United Kingdom +44 (0)1291 620 796 enquiries@reidlifting.com www.reidlifting.com Printed using environment friendly processes and materials. All information herein is copyright protected by REID Lifting Ltd. All company and product names are Trade Mark and Trade Name protected and all REID Lifting Ltd. Product IPR is protected under Patents, Patents Pending and/or Design Rights. Contact Us TD/O&M/EN/V6/08/2022

20. 39 T DAVIT Notes Notes

1. REID LIFTING.COM Assembly & Operation Guide T DAVIT

13. Secure the pin with retaining R-clip Secure the pin with retaining R-clip The T Davit is now erect Rotate the beam as illustrated Release trolley brake Use the hand chain to move the trolley along the beam Insert rear clevis pin Present the beam to the column and insert clevis pin to take the weight of the beam 25 T DAVIT Assembly Instructions Assembling the Beam 7 10 11 8 12 9 13 6

19. Date Inspected by Pass/Fail Corrective Action Comments Marking The serial labels indicate: The product identification number The product’s unique serial number The goods’ capacity (WLL) of the device The year of manufacture The standards to which the device is approved The ATEX rating of the product (if applicable) CE Marking Minimum braking load (MBL) Insert data from serial numbers found on product into table here: Periodic Examination & Repair History 37 T DAVIT Product Identification & Inspection Record Notes

10. Beam Insert the T DAVIT into the socket as shown Place the beam between rollers and slide it in Insert and secure bolt and spacer as shown This will act as a stopper to prevent the beam from disengaging Place the winch and bracket in position Place winch attachment column to the beam as shown Secure attachment with the nuts and bolts supplied 19 T DAVIT The T DAVIT Type VW and its constituent components are described in the image below. The use of a socket extension is optional and the socket type may vary between a Top Mount, Side Mount, Bridge Mount, Cast In o r Resin Bonded, depending on application. Appropriate PPE should be worn: Gloves Protective Footwear Hard Hat Assembly Instructions Socket (Top Mount shown - others available) Rear Sheave Winch Winch Attachment Column Shackle/Winch Plate Shackle Column Cheek Plate Front Sheave Lifeline/Winch Line Assembling the T DAVIT Type VW Top Mount socket shown. If using a socket extension, install first. The use of a ladder may be required. Assembling the Beam Assembling the Winch 2 3 1 6 4 5

9. Rotate the beam as illustrated Insert the clevis pin to take the weight of the beam Secure the pin with the R-clip For disassembly, reverse steps 1-9 17 T DAVIT In some circumstances the winch can be used to rotate the beam in line for the pin insertion. Assembly Instructions Variants & Options . Type VW 7 8 9

12. Beam Remove bolt and spacer at the front of the beam Reinsert bolt and spacer ensuring they are secure Insert T Davit column into the socket Thread beam trolley over the end of the beam Lock trolley with friction brake at approximately centre position 23 T DAVIT The T DAVIT Type T and its constituent components are described in the image below. The use of a socket extension is optional and the socket type may vary between a Top Mount, Side Mount, Bridge Mount, Cast In o r Resin Bonded, depending on application. Appropriate PPE should be worn: Gloves Protective Footwear Hard Hat Assembly Instructions Socket (Top Mount shown - others available) Column Cheek Plate Geared Trolley Assembling the T DAVIT Type T 1 4 5 2 3

11. Secure assembly with the pins supplied Thread the rope over the sheaves The rope retaining pins need to be removed before fitting the rope Reinsert pins ensuring they are secure Please refer to the Operating manual of the winch before use 21 T DAVIT Assembly Instructions Variants & Options . Type T 7 9 8 10

18. 35 T DAVIT Product Labelling Product Labelling Key Safety Labels Insert and secure the bolt before loading the system. Insert the detent pin and fully engage before loading the system. Insert the clevis pin and secure with the clip before loading the system. Restraint point only. Read the operational manuals before using the system. Ensure the pin is fully engaged. 1. Product Number 2. Serial Number 3. WLL 4. Year of Manufacture 5. Standards 6. ATEX 7. Max Moment The system is not suitable for fall arrest applications. The system is suitable for fall arrest applications. Specify number of users. Max weight of 150kg. Serial Labels Product Labelling Product labelling The following labels must be present on your system and must be legible. 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 3 6 5 3 4 6 1 2 1 2 5 7

6. 11 T DAVIT Inspection & Maintenance Bridge Mount Top Mount Cast & Resin Bonded Side Mount Sockets REID’s davits need to be anchored to a suitable structural surface/foundation capable of withstanding the applicable loading We strongly recommends that a structural engineer validates this prior to installation of the product. This product can be supplied with one of the sockets specified below (only sockets supplied by REID Lifting are approved to be used with this product): The Top Mount socket is for use on flat horizontal surfaces. It can be installed onto concrete using resin bonded anchors or into steel work using bolts The Side Mount socket can be installed using resin bonded anchors or mechanical anchors The Bridge Mount socket is for mounting into steel work and walkways The Cast & Resin Bonded sockets can be cast into new concrete or resin bonded into existing concrete Socket Installation Socket installation should only be carried out by a qualified person, with the ability to specify the anchors, resin, and fasteners necessary to ensure an installation that is safe for use. If in any doubt about the calculation of loads, contact your REID Lifting representative. Depending upon the socket type, there are a number of different installation options. If bolts are being used for this, then these should be minimum grade 8.8 BZP or if stainless, grade A4 or equivalent. When installing the socket, it is important to ensure that the top face is as level as possible, with misalignment no more than 3 degrees from the horizontal. Note: Site specific information regarding the installation of REID davit sockets CANNOT be detailed within this operating manual as each site/structure is different. A qualified engineer MUST design and approve each installation based on the minimum mounting requirements, site information and experience. Minimum Mounting Requirements The supporting structure and installed base must be capable of withstanding the following: For personnel, 12kN at the device’s maximum radius in all worst-case loading directions. For rope access, 15kN at the device’s maximum radius in all worst-case loading directions. 150% of the goods capacity at the device’s maximum radius in all anticipated worst-case loading directions For more detailed requirements please contact REID Lifting. Verifying the Installation We recommend that the socket installation is tested before initial use, particularly when using resin bonded anchors. When verifying the installation, testing should be to no more than 125% of the goods capacity at its maximum radius or 6kN at its maximum radius for personnel. All tests should be carried out in all anticipated worst-case loading directions, sustained for a duration of 3 minutes. If the socket installation can not be tested, each anchor should be isolated and tested individually applying the applicable tension and shear loading. Please contact REID for more details Following initial socket installation verification tests, we recommend periodic visual examination rather than overload tests for the socket or davit. If, as a result of the visual examination, a load test is judged to be required, then we recommend a 100% load test and certainly no more than 125%.

8. Beam Play out sufficient rope to thread through the length of beam whilst at ground level Thread the rope over the sheaves and through the beam as shown The rope retaining pins need to be removed to fit the rope in the sheave then reinserted ensuring they are secure Insert the T DAVIT into the socket as shown Attach the winch onto the colum and secure with pins. Secure the pin with retaining R-clip Present the beam to the chosen location and insert the clevis pin The TDAVIT beam can be assembled at 2 positions as shown Ensure the correct set-up is chosen at this stage 15 T DAVIT The T DAVIT and its constituent components are described in the image below. The use of a socket extension is optional and the socket type may vary between a Top Mount, Side Mount, Bridge Mount, Cast In o r Resin Bonded, depending on application. The T DAVIT shown is a winched version but an unwinched variant is also available. Appropriate PPE should be worn: Gloves Protective Footwear Hard Hat Assembly Instructions Kingpin Rear Sheave Shackle/Winch Plate Shackle Winch Column Cheek Plate Front Sheave Lifeline/Winch Line Assembling the T DAVIT Assembling the Winch Top Mount socket shown. If using a socket extension, install first. The use of a ladder may be required. Winch is for illustration only; winch installation may differ. Contact your REID sales representative for more details. Assembling the Beam If a socket extension is being used, the use of a ladder may be required. Position A Position A Position B Position B 3 1 2 6 5 4

5. 9 T DAVIT The following information is based on REID Lifting’s recommendations and does not remove the responsibility of the user to comply with the relevant regulations and standards that are valid in the respective countries and regions where the system is being used. Before use, the product should be inspected for visual defects using the checklist below: Ensure kingpin, beam and column are free from dents or indentations. Ensure Kingpin, Beam and column are not showing any signs of deformation. Ensure that there is no elongation of the beam holes and that the inserts have not become loose. Ensure that the beam clevis pins are straight and free from damage. Ensure that the sheaves rotate freely and that there is no visible damage Ensure no bolts are loose Check and brackets or attachments for signs of damage. Test the free rotation of the kingpin and ensure that it is fully engaged in the socket. The lower bearing at the bottom of the column needs to be flush with the top of the socket. Regular Inspections To ensure that the product’s remains in safe working order it must be inspected regularly by a competent person. We recommend inspections every 6 months for personnel lifting and every 12 months for goods only, unless adverse working conditions or profile of use dictate shorter periods. The components of the system frame need to be checked for damage, wear, corrosion or other irregularities. It may be necessary to disassemble the system frame in order to do this. Particular attention should be paid to checking the profiles for denting, making sure there is no wear or elongation on the bolt holes and ensuring that the jib section retracts smoothly. Any necessary repairs should only be carried out by an approved specialist workshop using original spare parts. It is recommended that once inspected or repaired, the device is marked with the date of the next inspection. Inspections are instigated by the user. If detailed information is required on inspection and test criteria, please refer to your supplier’s technical department. The equipment Inspection Record is on page 35. If using the system in explosive atmospheres, see additional section titled ATEX. Maintenance & Repair In order to ensure correct operation, the conditions for inspection and maintenance must be complied with. If any defects are found, stop using the product immediately. No alterations or additions to the equipment should be made without the written consent of the manufacturer. Any repair must be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s procedures. It is recommended to maintain the equipment in a clean and dry manner. Cleaning is suggested using a sponge or cloth with warm, soapy water, rinsing and allowing to dry. Storage & Transportation When transporting the components, take note of all the manual handling considerations. Do not throw the product down or stack any items on top of it. Always place carefully and securely on the ground to avoid damaging the equipment. Inspection & Maintenance

14. 27 T DAVIT Variants & Options Variants & Options . Rotation Handle Approx Effort Davit Load [kg] 250 500 Approximate Effort [kg] 18 35 The list below outlines additional options available which can be fitted to the T DAVIT; Rotational Handle Rotational Handle A rotational handle can be fitted to the column of the davit to aid rotation underload. Dependent on the configuration users can experience a maximum effort of 35kg. The rotation should be done in a controlled manner. When the rotational handle is attached to the Davit the following points must be observed: Attach the rotational handle to the column of the Davit at a suitable height [Ideal position should be around hip height]. Secure in place with the pins provided. [See Figure 1] Rotate the handle upwards 90° to be perpendicular to the Davit column. [See Figure 2]. Push and pull the handle to rotate the Davit. [See Figure 3]. Fig 2 Fig 3 Fig 1

4. 7 T DAVIT Correct Operation Disclaimer REID lifting sockets & extensions have been designed, developed and tested for safe use with REID equipment and form a key part of the integrity of the total system All sockets have a maximum moment based on the maximum reach setting of the Davit, and the socket installation and verification tests performed If non-standard, third-party sockets are used, REID Lifting’s Declaration of Conformity & Incorporation and warranty for the products is no longer valid and the system becomes the responsibility of the client Warning The equipment should not be used outside of its limitations, or for any purpose other than that for which it is intended Do not lift or transport loads while personnel are in the danger zone Do not allow personnel to pass under a suspended load Never leave a suspended load unattended Be aware of hazards when setting up/folding down, such as trapping fingers in rotating parts Be aware of any adverse weather conditions such as strong or gusty winds which could impose additional horizontal loads and affect the stability of the structure. Stop using if weather is impacting on lifting. Don’t allow the load to hit the system Fall Protection When being used as part of a fall protection system the user must use a body harness and retractable device or shock absorber to EN355 that limits the maximum allowed force (M.A.F.) to 6kN. Winches used with the system should comply to EN1496:2017 or equivalent. In the event of simultaneous goods and personnel combined lifting or when being used as a fall arrest system in sub-zero and wet conditions contact the supplier as capacities may be reduced. While this product will have the capabilities stated on it, it is only one part of a fall arrest system which is only as strong as the lowest rated component. Each lift must be properly planned, and all weights clearly known along with the WLL and constraints of all fall arrest system devices. For custom designed davits please contact your supplier for appropriate rating and capabilities. Additional Notes for Correct Operation Ensure suitable and appropriately rated winches and connection plates are used for all applications Never walk away from the structure whilst connected to the equipment (either by winch or fall arrest block) When using the davit as a fall arrest anchor, ensure there is adequate fall clearance when working at height Always consider the potential effects of sharp edges, chemical reagents, electrical conductivity, cutting, abrasion, climatic exposure on the fall protection lifelines, and the effect of offset forces as a result of pendulum falls When being used for fall protection, the user must remain within the footprint of this product Where regulations require, each installation must be approved by a qualified person Warning When using the Davit in conjunction with any other manufacturer’s fall protection products, it is essential to read the instructions for those products to check their suitability and restrictions for use REID Lifting does not recommend that the davit is used for personnel and goods lifting at the same time It is essential for safety that the product is withdrawn from use immediately and not be used again until confirmed in writing by a competent person should, 1. Any doubt arises about its condition for safe use or; 2. It has been used to arrest a fall IRATA T DAVIT S & W up to 1600mm radius are suitable for Rope Access. Both devices have been tested to 15KN static load as per test requirements of IRATA International Code of Practice (ICOP) . Standard socket extensions are suitable for rope access when used with a maximum radius of 1200mm. The system is not suitable for fall arrest applications. The system is suitable for fall arrest applications. Specify number of users. Max weight of 150kg.

7. 13 T DAVIT ATEX Spark Formation There is an increased danger of ignition when certain material pairings clash, namely non- corrosion-resistant steel or cast iron against aluminium, magnesium or pertinent alloys. This applies especially in the case of rust or surface rust. When assembling the product and inserting fastening components, these must therefore be clear of rust and debris of any kind. As stated previously, care must be taken to ensure the product is handled in a suitable manner, never thrown down and always placed carefully onto the ground. REID recommends the use of corrosion resistant tools when assembling this product to prevent the possibility of any sparks. Static Electricity For Zone 1 and 2 applications, there is a potential risk of static electricity build-up leading to an incentive spark. Although the risk of such ignition is unlikely, the system must be earthed during assembly and use. The sockets should be in direct contact with the ground and there should be no membrane separating the socket from the ground. If the route to earth for the structure cannot be guaranteed, then an earthing cable should be used. Inspection, Maintenance & Repair Special attention should be given to dust deposits on the structure, especially in areas where the profiles come into contact, and should be wiped clean and care taken not to apply materials that could create electrostatic charging. Additionally, the kingpin should be checked to ensure it rotates freely and the lower bearing must be ensured to be fixed to the structure with no possibility of a build-up of debris between the contact surfaces. The structure is predominantly constructed from aluminum which will not rust. However, there are steel components used throughout. These are the fasteners, shackles and sockets. Where there is sign of any rust deposits on the aluminium structure, it should be wiped clean as above and, where there is sign of rust on a steel component, that component should be removed from use and the structure not used until a replacement is fitted. If using the product in explosive atmospheres, in addition to the Regular Inspection and Maintenance information above, these additional instructions should be followed: Inspections must be instigated by the user prior to each use if used in a potentially explosive atmosphere. Inspections and maintenance must be carried out at a safe distance away from an explosive atmosphere. ATEX This product has been designed for use in explosive atmospheres in line with the following requirements and information. Any use which differs or exceeds this is considered incorrect and REID Lifting Ltd will not accept any responsibility or liability for damages resulting from false application. The risk is solely with the user. If the product has been customized in any way, then it may not comply with standards and no longer be suitable for use in explosive atmospheres. If this is the case, then the product will not have any of the markings below. If in doubt, please contact your REID representative. Classification [Zone 2] As standard, the product meets the requirements of Category 3 equipment for use in Zone 2 explosive atmospheres, providing a normal level of protection where mixtures of air and gases, vapours or mists or by air and dusts mixtures are unlikely to occur or, if they do occur, are likely to do so only infrequently and for a short period only. The product will have the following identification on the serial label: Classification [Zone 1] Available as an upgrade, the product can be supplied to meet the requirements of Category 2 equipment for use in Zone 1 explosive atmospheres, providing a high level of protection where mixtures of air and gases, vapours, mists or by air and dusts mixtures are likely to occur. The product will have the following identification on the serial label: As Standard for Zone 2 Environments: II 3 GD Ex h IIC T6 Gc Ex h IIIC T85°C Dc Tamb -20°C to +55°C As an upgrade for use in Zone 1 environments: II 2 GD Ex h IIC T6 Gb Ex h IIIC T85°C Db Tamb -20°C to +55°C II – Equipment Group 2/3 – Atex Category GD – Gas & dust h- non- electrical protection concept IIC / IIIC – IEC equipment group T6 / T85°C – temperature classification Gc /Gb – equipment protection level (gas) Dc/Db – equipment protection level (dust) Tamb – ambient temperature range II – Equipment Group 2/3 – Atex Category GD – Gas & dust h- non- electrical protection concept IIC / IIIC – IEC equipment group T6 / T85°C – temperature classification Gc /Gb – equipment protection level (gas) Dc/Db – equipment protection level (dust) Tamb – ambient temperature range

2. 3 T DAVIT Correct Operation 4 Intended Use Inspection Prior to Initial Operation Inspection Before Starting Work Maximum Capacity Temperature Range Notes for Correct Operation Disclaimer Warning Fall Protection Additional Notes for Correct Operation Warning IRATA Inspection & Maintenance 8 Regular Inspections Maintenance & Repair Storage & Transportation Sockets Socket Installation Minimum Mounting Requirements Verifying the Installation ATEX 12 ATEX Classification [Zone 2] Classification [Zone 1] Spark Formation Static Electricity Inspection, Maintenance & Repair Assembly Instructions 14 Variants & Options 17 Dimensions 28 Quality & Safety 32 Regulations, Standards & Directives Accreditations Conformité Européenne [CE] & UK Conformity Assessed [UKCA] The Queen’s Award for Enterprise Testing Language Product IPR Product Labelling 34 Inspection Record 35 Lightweight. Portable. Safe. Please read the following instructions and guidance notes carefully, before using or operating the system.They contain important information about how to handle and use the system in a safe and efficient way, avoiding danger, reducing repair costs and downtime, and increasing the reliability and lifespan of the system. They apply for: Operation, including preparation, troubleshooting during operation and cleaning Maintenance, inspection and repair Transportation It is the responsibility of the end user to adhere to the Health & Safety and accident prevention standards and legislation valid in their respective countries and any regions in which the system is being used. It is also incumbent on the user or competent person to ensure that anyone working with the equipment has the necessary medical and physical capabilities. A rescue plan also needs to be in place in the event of an emergency that could occur during the work. This document should form part of the overriding Risk Assessment and Method Statement required for each lift. Contents

3. 5 T DAVIT Intended Use This product is intended to be used for; the lifting of goods, the lifting of personnel, rope access, or providing a safety anchor for the prevention of falls. It is expected that all users of this product have the necessary medical and physical capabilities, are fully trained and competent in its safe assembly and use. Not all T DAVITs are certified for the lifting of personnel or for use as a safety anchor. If unsure whether your product is designed for the lifting of persons consult your serial label, see Marking, or Certificate of Test which will indicate the WLL for persons if applicable. Correct Operation Temperature Range This product can be operated in ambient dry temperatures between –20°C and +55°C (-4°F and 131°F). Consult your supplier in case of extreme working conditions. If used in sub- zero and wet conditions, fall arrest appliances characteristics may change. Notes for Correct Operation We recommend the use of load-sensing or overload protection devices on all lifts The risk assessment and method statement must consider any factors that might apply additional loading to the system during lifting operations Suitable, appropriately rated winches and connection plates must be used for all applications Take care when transporting and storing the system to avoid damage Assemble only as instructed (ensure all bolts are present and fitted correctly as per instructions) We recommend that gloves are worn when using the equipment Attach the hoist to the dedicated lifting point only, making sure it is attached in a way that does not expose the user to danger by the hoist, chain or load Do not allow the load to swing If the davit is to be used in special atmospheres contact your supplier To avoid side pull, lowering and lifting should only be carried out when the load chain forms a straight and vertical line between the load and lifting attachment point. (Refer to figure A) Do not assemble davit in non-approved sockets Do not use the davit if the kingpin shaft is not seated correctly in the socket Do not use the davit if it does not rotate freely in the bearing or the bottom flange is fouled in any way, preventing free rotation of the davit Set up the product in its mounting socket ensuring that it is a safe location and there is no risk of falling into the hazard or lift area Attach the load only to the lifting points on the head or winch-line Inspection Prior to Initial Operation Each product must be inspected prior to initial operation by a competent person to ensure that the structure is safe and that it has not been damaged by incorrect assembly, transport or storage. Inspection Before Starting Work Before starting work, the product assembly and all load-bearing components should be checked for visual defects as per the inspection checklist on page 8. Maximum Capacity Goods Lifting: This product is designed to lift and lower loads up to its rated capacity. Do not exceed the capacity indicated on the product. Personnel Lifting: When lifting people, the overall load limit is reduced by half to provide an increased safety factor. The maximum capacity permitted by the personnel winch/accessory used in conjunction with the product also needs to be taken into account. Only chain hoists with a capacity of up to 1000kg are suitable for this davit. The structure has been designed to take into account the weight of a standard chain block but, if a device with a significant additional weight is being used, then this needs to be included within the overall capacity. Care should also be taken when using any lifting device other than a manual chain hoist in case the dynamic effects of this reduce the overall capacity of the davit. REID Lifting’s representatives can provide additional advice on this if required. Please be aware that the maximum radius is achieved when the davit is being used at approximately 75% of its maximum capacity. A

16. 31 T DAVIT Dimensions Dimensions Radius A Radius B Height of Lift A Height of Lift B Height of Pin Position 1 Height of Pin Position 2 A P1 P2 B C D T DAVIT D C B A P1 P2 Type S Position A Position B T DAVIT SHACKLED Radius | Position A Radius | Position B Height of Lift | Position A Height of Lift | Position B Height of Pin Position 1 Height of Pin Position 2 A B C D P1 P2 *Radii achieved at 75% WLL Column Option Beam Option 0 1 2 3 4 Dimension A B A B A B A B A B Radius [mm]* 650 590 850 775 1050 960 1450 1335 1850 1705 WLL [kg] 600 500 500 375 300 Weight [kg] 9 10 11 14 17 Dimension C D C D C D C D C D Weight [kg] P1 P2 1 880 1100 890 1175 900 1250 920 1395 940 1550 20 980 1080 2 1060 1280 1070 1355 1080 1430 1100 1575 1120 1730 21 1165 1265 3 1370 1590 1380 1665 1390 1740 1410 1885 1430 2040 23 1475 1575 4 1685 1905 1695 1980 1705 2055 1725 2200 1745 2355 25 1790 1890 5 1995 2215 2005 2290 2015 2365 2035 2510 2055 2665 28 2100 2200

17. Regulations, Standards & Derectives This product complies with the following: ATEX Directive - 2014/34/EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC PPE Regulation (EU) 2016/425 The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (S.I. 1998 No. 2306) The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (S.I. 1998 No. 2307) In conformity with EN795:2012, AS/NZS 5532:2013 and PD CEN/TS 16415:2013 It is essential to adhere to the safety regulations of the respective country for using manual lifting equipment. Accreditations Quality and Safety are at the heart of the REID Lifting ethos and we are committed to maintaining the very highest standards. With this in mind, we have undertaken external accreditations to ensure we stay focused on what is important to our clients and users, and ahead of market trends and developments. REID Lifting is continuously audited by Lloyds Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) for approval of its Integrated Management System combining quality systems management, environmental issues and the health and safety practices within the company. I SO 9001:2015 - Quality management system which assesses an organization’s ability to consistently provide products that meet customer and applicable regulatory requirements and aims to enhance customer satisfaction. ISO 14001:2015 - Specifies the requirements for implementing environmental management systems throughout all areas of the organization. ISO 45001 – Health & Safety Management System LEEA Membership - REID Lifting is a full member of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA membership 000897). REID Lifting conforms to the main aims of the association which is to achieve the highest standards of quality and integrity in the operations of members. Entry qualifications are demanding and strictly enforced through technical audits based on the Technical Requirements for Members. IRATA - REID Lifting is an associate member of the Industrial Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA International membership number 148). REID Lifting works in accordance with the IRATA Code of Practice and, in doing so, contributes to promote the development of safe systems. Conformité Européenne [CE] & UK Conformity Assessed [UKCA] REID Lifting’s products have been designed, tested and approved (as appropriate) by the Conformité Européenne and UK Conformity Assessed. This certifies that REID Lifting’s products meet the demands of the European and UK Directives and Regulations regarding Health and Safety requirements. The EC type-examination for this device has been carried out by SGS United Kingdom Ltd, 202b, Worle Parkway, Westonsuper-Mare, BS22 6WA, United Kingdom (CE body no.0120) in accordance with Module B of the PPE Regulation. The EC quality assurance system for this device has been carried out by SGS Fimko Oy, Takomotie 8, FI-00380 Helsinki, Finland. (CE body no. 0598) and SGS United Kingdom Ltd, 202b, Worle Parkway, Weston-super-Mare, BS22 6WA, United Kingdom (CE body no.0120) in accordance with Module D PPE Regulation (EU) 2016/425 and as brought into UK law and amended. The Queen’s Award for Enterprise REID Lifting has been awarded this prestigious award on four occasions for design, development and sale of lightweight, portable and safe lifting solutions. Innovation category 2006 and 2013 International Trade 2013 and 2018 Testing Testing and technical file review are integral parts of our design and manufacturing process. External verification of products is undertaken where appropriate, using government approved Notified Bodies. All products have been thoroughly type tested. Each product is supplied with a certificate of conformance and individual record of thorough examination or test. Language It is essential for the safety of the user that if this product is re-sold outside of the original country of destination, the reseller shall provide instructions for use, maintenance, inspection and repair in the language of the country where it will be used. Product IPR Intellectual property rights apply to all REID Lifting Ltd products. There are patents in place, or pending, for: All product names are trademarks of REID Lifting Ltd: PORTA DAVIT PORTA BASE PORTA QUAD PORTA GANTRY RAPIDE PORTA DAVIT QUANTUM T DAVIT PORTA GANTRY PORTA GANTRY RAPIDE T DAVIT PORTA GANTRY 33 T DAVIT Quality & Safety

15. 29 T DAVIT Dimensions *Radii achieved at 75% WLL Column Option Beam Option 0 1 2 3 4 Dimension A B A B A B A B A B Radius [mm]* 800 740 1000 925 1200 1110 1600 1485 2000 1855 WLL [kg] 600 500 500 375 300 Weight [kg] 11.5 12 13 16 19 Dimension C D C D C D C D C D Weight [kg] Winch Position P1 P2 1 800 1050 810 1125 820 1200 840 1345 860 1500 20 W1 220 980 1080 W2 320 2 980 1230 990 1305 1000 1380 1020 1525 1040 1680 21 W1 220 1165 1265 W2 320 W3 675 3 1290 1540 1300 1615 1310 1690 1330 1835 1350 1990 23 W1 220 1475 1575 W2 320 W3 675 W4 775 W5 875 4 1605 1855 1615 1930 1625 2005 1645 2150 1665 2305 25 W3 675 1790 1890 W4 775 W5 875 5 1915 2165 1925 2240 1935 2315 1955 2460 1975 2615 28 W5 875 2100 2200 Dimensions Radius A Radius B Height of Lift A Height of Lift B Winch Position 1 Winch Position 2 Winch Position 3 Winch Position 4 Winch Position 5 Height of Pin Position 1 Height of Pin Position 2 A W1 W2 W3 W4 P1 W5 P2 B C D T DAVIT D C B A W1 P1 P2 W2 W3 W4 W5 125 150 73 Type W Position A Position B T DAVIT WINCHED Radius | Position A Radius | Position B Height of Lift | Position A Height of Lift | Position B Winch Position 1 Winch Position 2 Winch Position 3 Winch Position 4 Winch Position 5 Height of Pin Position 1 Height of Pin Position 2 A B C D W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 P1 P2

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