Choosing the Right Manual Chain Hoists for Your Project
At Kennedy Wire Rope & Sling Co., we work with Harrington Hoists, Inc. to provide manual hoisting solutions for your company’s needs. There are varying types of manual chain hoists. Choosing the right one can go a long way in improving a manufacturing plant’s efficiency. The following are some of the factors you ought to consider.
If you want manual chain hoists for your plant, the first thing you need to consider is the amount of weight it will be carrying. You need to determine how much weight the hoists will be lifting on a day-to-day basis. Sometimes you may need several hoists if the load is sufficiently large.
You need to note that most hoists are calibrated in ¼ ton or ½ ton increments. You’ll therefore need to round off the number to the nearest upper limit. For example, if you have established that the weight will be slightly over 2-tons, you may have to get a hoist that is 3-tons.
The other thing you need to establish is the lift. This is simply the distance from where the chain will be installed to where the load will be picked from. So before you even think of picking the right hoists, you must first calculate this distance, otherwise the chain may not be usable. Getting a replacement may result in taking on unnecessary costs.
The suspension is how the manual chain hoist will be hanged. There are two main types to choose from: the lug hoists and the hook suspension. The lug suspension is more commonly available on most hoists and is ideal in situations where there isn’t enough headroom for operating the hoist.
Kennedy Wire Rope and Sling Co, offers a range of chain hoist solutions to meet your needs. We have been in business for more than 35 years and we provide the best quality hoists for a wide range of applications.
Review our hoisting products by visiting our website today. You may also contact us to inquire about any of our products or ask us any questions. We are here to serve your lifting and rigging needs with some of the highest quality products in the industry, including manual chain hoists.
Trackback from your site.