Hand Chain Hoists
Hand Chain Hoists are a cost effective alternative to Electric Chain Hoists and are ideal for use in applications where power or air is not available. Often the simplest answer to lifting a load is to start with a Hand Chain Hoist, Chain Block or Manual Hoist which is capable of lifting almost any load up to 30 Tonnes with a safe and suitable lifting point.
Hand Chain Hoists can also be used to transport and lower a load once lifted. When used in combination with a beam trolley a chain hoist can horizontally travel the span of the beam of which it is connected to. Alternatively Hand Chain Hoists can be used in a static setup with the use of a fixed beam clamp which suspends the hoist from one desired location of the beam.
Cranes-UK supply a huge range of Chain Blocks and Hand Chain Hoists from top manufacturers such as Yale, Kito, Tractel, Raptor, Able, Stahl, Tiger and more. Supplying hand operated hoists designed with a particular environment in mind such as spark resistant hoists for explosive atmospheres, stainless steel and corrosion resistant hoists for use outdoors or in the food industry.
Kito CB Atex Manual Chain Hoist
Electric Wire Hoists
Electric Wire Rope Hoists from leading manufacturers at leading prices. We advise from the most comprehensive range of technologically advanced Wire Rope Hoists based on your specifications. New or Used up to 50 Tonnes in Monorail, Low Headroom and Crab Unit models for single and double girder overhead cranes. We also offer installation and servicing on all types of hoists.Click here for more information
Inspection services from the experts, we offer testing, inspection, certification and reporting on all types of Overhead Cranes and associated Lifting Equipment.
Remember: Maintenance Prevents Breakdowns. All of our maintenance is carried out in accordance with LOLER requirements by fully competent and trained engineers. Call our Service Department Today!
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