chain fall

chain fall

[′chān ‚fȯl]
(mechanical engineering)
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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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A third option is to build your own "bush jack." In simple terms, a bush jack is a chain fall hoist suspended from a heavy wooden tripod.
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The air operated hoists were located at a temporary chain fall platform suspended below the wheel central hub, and utilised their 280ft of cable fall to lift equipment from the ground level.
Without it, the chain falls outside the LOLER specifications as you cannot identify that it's the correct chain for the application, and therefore can fail an insurance inspection."
"When the little chain falls down and it drops, then you cannot flush.
Kiessling said that "if the chain gets too long, it gets hard to hold on to both of the ends, so the chain falls off" the synthesizing enzyme, forming a completed carbohydrate polymer.
If it's not there, the supply chain falls apart." (1) As support chains are more closely integrated and maintenance strategies are better aligned, the more vulnerable is the logistic organization to the impact of inappropriate behavior.
When that little girl's daisy chain falls apart she'll find out that flinging it on the grass and stamping on it has been pointless, so she'll work out how to do it better.