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Electric Chain Hoist Description

When you are choosing an electric chain hoist, you need to think about the amount of weight that you will be lifting. Different hoists have different ratings and capabilities, naturally. Make sure that you are choosing a hoist that will be able to lift the items you need to raise and lower. Think about the size of the hoist and make sure that it will work well with your area, and know whether you will be using the hoist inside or outside. If you will be using the hoist outside, then you may want to go with a chain hoist that is a bit heavy duty and capable of standing up to the weather a little more.

Features of electric chain hoists

The electric chain hoist features a mechanism for winding the chain, as well as a hook to which you will attach the load that you need to lift. Most of the time, the machine is easily portable and will feature clamps that it will use to attach to an overhead structure when in use. It also features a control panel, which is generally easy enough that you can use it with a single hand. You can raise or lower the item you are lifting very simply, and you can do so slowly so you don’t damage it at all.

How electric chain hoists work

chain hoist rentalThe electric chain hoists will work very similarly to the manual versions. They will both lift weights via a drum or lift-wheel with a chain attached. The big difference is that there is no manual labor involved with this – it is all electric. Once you’ve attached the device that you need to lift, you will then be able to use the simple controls to raise and lower the load quickly and easily.

About electric chain hoists

If you have a heavy weight to lift, and you don’t feel that a manual chain hoist is capable of doing the job properly, then it might be time to consider electric chain hoists instead. They have a number of benefits, including more power and ease of use. It can make lifting even massive weights nice and easy, and is useful for mechanics, those working in construction, and many other industries.

Electric Chain Hoist Applications

  • Construction
  • Maintenance
  • Automotive
  • Precision lifting

Electric Chain Hoist Manufacturers

  • Harrington
  • Roughneck
  • JET
  • Vestil
  • Coffing

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