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ASME B30 series provides guidance for all aspects of lifting systems including cranes, hoists, hooks, slings, rigging hardware, and specificailly designed lifting devices. KTM Solutions provides customer design solutions that satisfy OSHA 1910 and OSHA 1926 through application of the ASME design and manufacturing standards covered in: ASME B30.20, ASME BTH-1, ASME B30.9, ASME B30.26, ASME B30.10. KTM Solutions engineering services include design engineering, structural analysis, stress engineering, professional engineering, PE Certification, box girder beam design, Below the Hook (BTH) devices.


Why ASME Compliance: 

As a responsible employer, employee safety is always your first concern.  Handling  of heavy equipment and materials requires special lifting equipment.  Some companies develop their own lifting devices. Others are purchased. But as a responsible business and citizen, how do you know these systems are safe?Further, are you sure that your are operating in accordance with OSHA requirements? OSHA 1926 provides clear instructions regarding the usage of lifting devices. As the employer, you are responsible to ensure that lifting devices are appropriate for your specific application. A device that is not properly designed or manufactured to the appropriate standards could cost you in more ways than one. Sadly, many devices including custom designed systems do not satisfy the regulations. By using these devices,  your company could be found in violation of the law.  Worse, one of your employees could be injured. How can you be sure that your system is safe and meets the OSHA requirements?  Let KTM Solutions help you.

About ASME COMPLIANT BELOW THE HOOK DEVICES



Should your devices comply with the ASME B30.20, ASME BTH-1, ASME B30.9 standards? 
(IMPORTANCE OF ASME STANDARD)


How can I tell if my lifting systems are designed to meet ASME standards?
(COMPATIBILITY WITH ASME)