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I am trying to determine the allowable stress in a lifting attachment we have had manufactured. The lifting attachment is a mild steel block that bolts to the component to be lifted with a lug to enable a shackle to be fitted; two of these blocks are then fitted to the component at either end and the component is then lifted by crane.

When calculating the stresses in the component I have multiplied the load by 1.3 for a dynamic load factor. What I am trying to determine is the allowable stress i.e. FOS required. I have had a scan through BS2573, BS5950, BS449.

BS2573 seems the simplest to follow and I believe BS5950 is a plastic code where I am interested in elastic. However is BS2573 applicable to lifting attachments as it seems predominantly concerned with cranes?

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# Lifting attachment design factors

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