We offer a variety of hoists and trolleys. A hoist is a device used for lifting or lowering a load by means of a drum or lift-wheel around which rope or chain wraps. It may be operated manually, electrically, or pneumatically, and may use chain, fiber, or wire rope as its lifting medium. These 2 characteristics, lifting medium and power type, should be determined based on the products or material that is to be lifted. Currently, we offer hoists that can handle weights up to 6 tons and are designed for heavy usage.
Beam trolleys are devices attached to I-beams and can be moved across them to transport heavy loads. They are designed for heavy usage and heavy-duty industrial applications and can be used on straight or curved tracks. Our trolleys typically come in 2 varieties: manual and electric. For proper usage, I-beams should be accurately measured to identify the right trolley for your I-beam(s). 3 main measurements are typically needed: height on the beam, width of the flange, and the width of the pillar.