RAPID® T-Lift -
Optimum system for safe and reliable transport of heavy timber loads.

12x120 /100 mm
12x160 /144 mm  

Additional dimensions on request, e.g.
12x240 /220 mm
12x350 /330 mm
12x600 /300 mm

Geometry -


Head geometry
> Dual head SW 17 (and T40) offers flexible screw connection
> Reinforced lower head area with optimum fit for reliable power transmission

> Coarse thread for very high pulling forces
> Sharp rolled thread flanks for a reduced timber splitting and fast driving
> Patented compactor tip:
   - Quicker bite for reduced fastening torque
   - Reduced split effect
   - No pre-drilling required
> Lubrication coating for easier screwing

Areas of application -

Areas of application

> Use in building timber construction as lifting system for prefabricated roofs,
wall and ceiling elements, timber panel construction for the prefabricated house sector, solid wood panels
such as laminated panels etc.
> RAPID® T-Lift is suitable for plywood, solid timber, timber materials (OSB, LVL, etc.)
and softwood. In hardwood, we recommend using the screw with a pre-drilled pilot hole.
> Suitable for axis loads (screw subjected to tension) and for transverse loads (screw subjected to shearing).
Safety instructions -

Safety instructions

> For safety reasons, the screws must only be used once.
> The entire component must be lifted with at least two screws.
> Check the RAPID® T-Lift for damage before each use.
> At least 1x / year the lifting system has to be checked by an expert / safety officer of the user company. Apart from damage of all kinds, the degree of wear and tear in particular should be determined.
> Modifications and repairs, especially welds on the lifting system are not permitted!
Application notes -

Application notes

> The lifting system corresponds to the load group up to 1.3 tonnes and is only tested in connections with Ø 12 mm screws according to ETA-12/0373 with a dual head.
> The weight of the components to be lifted must be known and must not exceed the calculated screw bearing force.
> Screws must not be screwed into drying cracks or similar defects.
> Screw-in angle in the timber: 0 - 90°