Inimex Lifting engineers are active in industry trade organizations such as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), American Welding Society (AWS), Crane Manufacturers Association of America (CMAA) and the Association for Iron and Steel Technology (AIST). Inimex Lifting also participates in several codes and standards organizations that provide safety information to users of below-the-hook lifting devices. Our devices are designed for long life, practicality and robustness. They can even withstand extreme loads for extended periods of time. We design and visualise our load suspension equipment on modern 3D CAD systems and perform static analysis using the FEM method. All load suspension equipment are designed and documented in accordance with the safety regulations of BGR 500, DIN 15018 and DIN EN 13155. Welding is performed by certified welders in accordance with DIN 18800. All devices are shipped worldwide with extensive documentation, CE mark and inspection certificate.


FEM Finite element method

(Finite element analysis – FEA)
For structural components in our lifting equipment, we create a FEM calculation (finite element method). With the method, the effects of simulated loads and critical stresses in the material are presented.

We emphasize our motto: “Our top priority is safety“

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With the aid of FEM analysis, in evidence relating to:

Temperature distributions
Thermal effects
Elastic material behavior
Material stress can be changed by constructive measures or the choice of a suitable material.


Quality is not an accident!

in order to meet best required geometrical tolerances of handling machine parts, the calibrating and aligning of workshop machine tools is essential.
The most important thing to check is the geometry of the machine; not even a precisely calibrated linear motion can compensate for a crooked movement or uneven surface. The correct machine geometry is the basis for being able to produce parts that remain within the tolerances.
And the Easy-Laser® Machine tool system can handle most tasks in this field.