hoist hook

hoist hook

[′hoist ‚hu̇k]
(design engineering)
A swivel hook attached to the end of a hoist cable for securing a load.
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The switches are activated in turn by the upper cone of the hoist hook and the slack rope stop.
The hoist hook and a small amount of cable narrowly missed striking the prone air crew member on the head as they separated from the hoist boom.
The hoist hook and pulley assembly should be positioned as close as possible over the hoist lifting bars of the rocket pod and GMLA ...
We air-taxied at 50 feet to the approach end of the runway at Pacific City, lowered down to a 10-foot hover, and the rescue swimmer released from the hoist hook and ran out of the rotor arc.
The compact swivel clevis replaces the hoist hook and prevents detachment from the hoist or grasper without the use of a tool.
"In addition, the hoist is equipped with a secondary paddle limit switch mechanism that stops a hoist hook in the event it reaches the hoist body.
When specifying a hoist for use in industrial applications that demand beam-traversing motion, attention should also be paid to the trolley on to which the hoist hooks.
IRISH rescue helicopters are to be fitted with new hoist hooks after a cable snapped during a training exercise, it emerged yesterday.
Drum hand trucks, dollies, cradles, drum bung wrenches and drum lifters for use on hoist hooks, wheels and fork trucks.
Broad selection of products includes drum hand trucks, dollies, cradles, drum bung wrenches and drum lifters for use on hoist hooks, wheels and fork trucks.