Lever hoists are used in many applications from pulling to lifting. Lever hoists are manually operated hoists that use a lever action to move the load.
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- Harrington Lever Hoists
Hand Chain Hoist
Hand chain hoists are a great workstation hoist for lifting applications where precision is necessary. Hand chain hoists are manually operated by the user to raise or lower the product being lifted.
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- Harrington Hand Chain Hoists
Electric Chain Hoist
Electric chain hoists are used in many industries and are typically suspended overhead on a beam or workstation to provide mobility. Electric hoists are the perfect fit when you have repetitive lifts in a work area.
- Columbus McKinnon Electric Chain Hoist
- Harrington Electric Chain Hoist
Air Chain Hoist
Air chain hoists are a great way to have a powered lift where electricity is not available or wanted nearby. An air hoist is powered by filtered air to provide the power needed to lift and control your load.
- Columbus McKinnon Air Chain Hoists
- Harrington Air Chain Hoist
- Ingersol Rand Air Chain Hoist
Trolleys are used to connect a hoist to an overhead beam and allow for the hoist to move. Trolleys can be used on a monorail, or as part of a workstation bridge and runway system to allow the hoist to move within a defined work area.
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- Harrington Trolleys
Choosing the correct hoist is important for your lifting application. Whether it is an assembly line, or a job station, a hoist can help keep employees safe by doing the heavy lifting for them.