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New lube free wash down air hoist line from Harrington

Harrington Hoists, Inc has added new air hoists to its product line up.  The model TCW lube free, wash down air hoists are designed for use in humid, outdoor or limited corrosive environments or where equipment must be washed or hosed off regularly. These hoists also operate without air supply lubrication, leaving work areas free […]

14/02/2021 - 15:28 pm
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OZ Lifting launches wireless builder’s hoist

OZ Lifting Products LLC has launched a 600lb capacity wireless builder’s (wire rope) hoist, designed for use beyond the construction and building industries. The 115V single-phase powered hoist offers lifting speeds of 52ft/min and 90ft height of lift as standard, but custom options are available. Easily portable, it weighs in with a gross weight of […]

05/01/2021 - 12:55 pm
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Stahl CraneSystems STF chain hoist for stepless lifting

The new Stahl CraneSystems STF electric chain hoist from Columbus McKinnon is specially designed for stepless lifting and positioning applications. Equipped with Magnetek IMPULSE•G+ Mini drives, STF hoists provide stepless variable speed for applications requiring precision control. This ensures greater operator safety and lower stress on the crane’s mechanical and control components. Marc Döttling, Stahl […]

15/12/2020 - 21:16 pm

OZ Lifting launches stainless steel trolley

OZ Lifting Products LLC has launched the second in a new range of stainless steel products—a push beam trolley. The launch of the trolley, available in 1USt and 2USt capacities,  follows the Minnesota,US-based manufacturer’s recent unveiling of a stainless steel chain hoist, designed for lifting and pulling. The products will commonly be purchased together as […]

17/11/2020 - 08:22 am
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OZ Lifting launches stainless steel chain hoist

OZ Lifting Products LLC has launched the first in a new range of stainless steel products—a chain hoist, designed for lifting and pulling. The chain hoist, available in 1USt and 2USt capacities, is designed for use in corrosive environments where the properties of stainless steel make it a preferred material. Essentially, the composition of the […]

28/10/2020 - 13:16 pm
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GIS expands entertainment hoist range and launches trolley

Swiss electric chain hoist manufacturer GIS AG has expanded its LP electric chain motor series for the entertainment industry with the addition of two new models, the LP1600 and LP2500. The latter takes the capacity range to 6300kg. At the same time, the new GHF/GMF generation of manual and motorised trolleys is also being put […]

23/09/2020 - 12:27 pm
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OZ Lifting expands electric chain hoist range

OZ Lifting Products LLC has added the 4000lb capacity OZ4000EC to its range of electric chain hoists. The manufacturer has steadily expanded the series having launched the 500lb capacity OZ500EC in 2018. The 1000lb capacity OZ1000EC and 2000lb capacity OZ2000EC followed, before the latest model was introduced as the only product in the range with […]

28/04/2020 - 11:22 am
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GIS Launches Two Lightweight Entertainment Hoists for Mobile Use

Swiss electric chain hoist manufacturer GIS AG has launched two new lightweight D8 products, of 500kg and 1000kg capacity, for mobile use in the entertainment sector. As riggers continue to demand the lightest possible motors, the LPML and higher capacity LPL chain hoists are both capable of lifting over 40 times their own weight. The […]

09/01/2020 - 18:52 pm
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Verlinde’s new range of electrical chain hoists

Verlinde’s new electric chain hoists have been two years in development aligning manufacturing technology and market needs. The Eurochain VX electric hoists are designed for loads between 63 and 10,000kg coupled with improved toughness and power for high levels of dependability. The hoists come with various devices as standard including: an up/down electrical safety limit […]

19/11/2019 - 14:49 pm

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