chain hoist

chain hoist

[′chān ‚hȯist]
(mechanical engineering)

chain block, chain fall, chain hoist

A tackle, fitted with an endless chain for hoisting a heavy load by hand; often suspended from an overhead track.
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Contract notice: Supply, Installation And Commissioning Of An Electric Chain Hoist With A Capacity Of 500 Kg (Lot 1) And Supply, Installation, Commissioning And Maintenance Of Two Garage Doors (Lot 2)
Konecranes, a leading provider of lifting equipment and services for a wide range of industries, has launched its new CLX chain hoist crane
The grill, the roaster designed, required a 14-foot-long rack, a three-ton chain hoist and tube steel buried five feet in 3,000 pounds of concrete.
com; 503-722-1200) was designed to replace the come-a-long and chain hoist, both of which bowhunters have been known to use when game retrieval gets truly tough.
Harris' job was to attach a chain hoist to the ramp so it could be manually winched into place.
The indictment alleges that Gilbert possessed or used several items, including a chain hoist, a manlift and a forklift.
Additional standard features are chain hoist access, cool power thermal stability, remote manual pulse generator, rigid tapping, top splash cover, and full headstock enclosure.
The Demag booth showed the company's new DC Pro chain hoist, featuring a maintenance panel that allows easy access to the chain set, quick-disconnects and an adjustable pendant cable.
Mike first planned to use a chain hoist to lift me to a platform 8 feet off the ground.
To lift the bins SCX incorporated a low headroom chain hoist capable of operating within the required envelope, powered by a festoon feed system and fitted with an overload protection system.
All lifting and movement of the bag is accomplished using a fork track, a pallet jack, and/or a trolley and chain hoist.
A 2-ton chain hoist is much better than a skinny little come-along and you will find it your best friend when you need to pull a truck engine, lift a log, or hoist up a section of wall.