hoist frame

hoist frame

[′hoist ‚frām]
(mining engineering)
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Features include a lifetime-lubricated gear train, a fully enclosed hoist frame to protect the motor from environmental contamination and a lifetime warranty.
Next, my father erected a hoist frame to raise and lower carcasses into the scalding barrel and then onto the scrapping table.
It features an enclosed, non-ventilated cast-aluminum alloy hoist frame that thermally protects the hoist duty motor from contamination.
"With hydraulics, it's just a matter of running stainless-steel tubing along the hoist frame. This is much simpler than the wiring and conductors that would be required by electrical power systems."
Built for industrial applications, the compact hoist features a high, H4-plus duty cycle, lifetime-lubricated gear train, fully enclosed hoist frame to protect the motor from environmental contamination, and a lifetime warranty.