June 23, 2015RiggingBarb Fullman Welcome to your Rigging Practice Test. Take the test and find out how well prepared you are!1) When placing multiple slings in a rigging shackle, the shackle should be placed on the crane with the _____ up. Right ear Bail Pin2) Two cheeks, a pulley and a yoke make up this piece of hardware. Rigging block Sling Turnbuckle3) A U-shaped piece of rigging hardware is called a ______. Wedge socket Shackle Master link4) This is used to dead end a wire rope and is sometimes also called a becket. Wedge socket Swivel Choker hitch5) Multiple cross-overs of wire rope on a winch drum or a tangle of slings is also known as _____. Bird cage Rat's nest Basket hitch6) 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. Lang lay wire rope Crushing Bird Cage7) A coupler and link which are seated together due to inner link wear Broken core yarns Non-hinging components Crushing8) 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. Bent or twisted links Chemical damage Broken core yarns9) A rigging hand signal showing a "thumb up" with closed fingers indicates Stop Go, all is ok Raise the boom10) 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. 80 degrees 75 degrees 60 degrees11) 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? Height, manufacturer Weight, center of gravity Color, designated pick points12) In sheave applications, the D/d ratio is generally measured by: Outside diameter of sheave divided by diameter of wire rope Pitch diameter of sheave divided by diameter of wire rope Tread diameter of sheave divided by diameter of wire ropePlease let us know you're not a robot by typing in the digits below!Please fill out your contact information so you can get your results sent to your email! Name Business Email Phone Number Read More About Barb Barbara Fullman, CEO of Total Equipment Training.