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KK Long inserts

KK Long Inserts are ideal for all types of lifting operations. KK Long Inserts are commonly used in thin or very thin elements with sufficient anchoring depth. 

KK Long Inserts are used in walls and beams where sufficient anchoring depth is available. KK Long Inserts are CE-marked according to the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. The minimum compressive strength of the concrete upon load application is 15 MPa. KK Lifting Inserts are available in black as standard, but they are also available in galvanized, hot-dip galvanized, and stainless steel form upon request. Customized lengths for special purposes are available upon request.


KK Lifting Inserts are ideal for all kinds of lifting operations (lifting, turning, rotating and tilting). With loads at up to 90°, KK Inserts offer universal design possibilities.



KKE Eye Inserts can be used in a wide range of elements with loads at up to 30°. Additional rebar is needed and can easily be installed. If the anchoring bar is used, KKE Eye Inserts can cover more individual geometry.



KKS Inserts are ideal for long, thin elements, and they can be used for all load directions.



KKSW Inserts are special lifting inserts designed to lift and transport sandwich elements. The bending transfers the anchoring closer to the element’s center of gravity, enabling the element to be lifted in a more vertical position. KKSW Inserts are intended only for straight loads with a lifting beam.



KKD Inserts with double heads are intended for big loads such as beams with higher concrete strength. They can be used for loads at up to 45°. The minimum compressive strength of the concrete upon load application is 35 MPa.


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