Total Equipment Training – Rigging Practice Test

Welcome to your Rigging Practice Test. Take the test and find out how well prepared you are!

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When placing multiple slings in a rigging shackle, the shackle should be placed on the crane with the _____ up.

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2.

Two cheeks, a pulley and a yoke make up this piece of hardware.

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3.

A U-shaped piece of rigging hardware is called a ______.

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4.

This is used to dead end a wire rope and is sometimes also called a becket.

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5.

Multiple cross-overs of wire rope on a winch drum or a tangle of slings is also known as _____.

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6.

When the strands and/or the core of the wire rope have recoiled away from the centerline of the wire rope from a sudden release of load tension.

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7.

A coupler and link which are seated together due to inner link wear

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8.

A section of a roundsling in which it appears to be unusually swollen and thick next to an area which is reduced in the cross-section.

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9.

A rigging hand signal showing a "thumb up" with closed fingers indicates

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10.

The angle from the horizontal should be at least____ when rigging a 2-leg sling bridle in a single wrap choker hitches around an aluminum pipe.

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11.

Before a rigger can select the length and capacity of slings needed to lift a load, what two things must he know about the load?

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12.

In sheave applications, the D/d ratio is generally measured by:

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