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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Equipped with four load hooks, the LDC-Q quadro chain hoist allows different load handling attachments to be lifted and transported at the same time.
The company says the DC Manulift, used in conjunction with a Demag DC chain hoist, may be used for simple and safe horizontal and vertical movement of loads with minimum operator effort.
Konecranes, a leading provider of lifting equipment and services for a wide range of industries, has launched its new CLX chain hoist crane
Konecranes has introduced its CLX chain hoist to the Middle East market.
The PullzAll, from Warn Industries (www.warn.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.
Additional standard features are chain hoist access, cool power thermal stability, remote manual pulse generator, rigid tapping, top splash cover, and full headstock enclosure.
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 healthier work force and fewer workman's compensation claims will lower insurance premiums and increase profits.
The compact CM ShopStar VS electric chain hoist's variable speed capabilities are ideal for industrial lifting applications where precision load control is required.
Konecranes' CLX electric chain hoist platform is expanding in North America to include frame sizes 16 and 25, increasing the capacity range up to 5 tonnes.