Crosby McKissick’s® New Patent Pending Tubing Grab

McKissick’s® Patent Pending Tubing Grab is designed to provide a quick, easy and efficient attachment for the lifting of tubing to and from the rig floor in “well servicing” applications.  Specifically, the McKissick® Tubing Grab engages the tubing adjacent to the flared end allowing the tubing to be moved from storage to the rig floor where the elevators can then be utilized to upright the tubing vertically.   With a 500 lbs. Working Load Limit, the McKissick® Tubing Grab will work with 2 3/8” or 2 7/8” tubing.

The McKissick® Tubing Grab is easy to engage or disengage from the tubing.  Pulling of the trigger provides easy insertion or removal of the tubing and releasing the trigger “locks” the tubing grab in the closed position for maintaining load control.   Individually proof tested to 125% Working Load Limit, the McKissick® Tubing Grab is fitted with a 3/8” G-2130 Crosby® Shackle for attachment to the air tugger line.   A secondary lifting eye is provided for the attachment of a tag line.   All sizes are RFID equipped.

To find out more about the McKissick® Tubing Grab, contact The Crosby Group® at (800) 797-4611 or visit www.thecrosbygroup.com.

The Crosby Group markets a line of premium accessories used in material handling and rigging applications. Based in the US, the company has the reputation around the world for providing a broad range of products suitable for the most demanding of operating conditions with uncompromising quality.  Products include wire rope clips, hooks, and shackles, lifting clamps, hoist rings, overhaul balls, snatch blocks, crane blocks and sheaves.  Crosby also provides a “world class” training program, focusing on the proper usage of Crosby Products.

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