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The electric chain hoist is a hoist designed to make your job easy. Lifting a heavy load with an electric chain hoist is much faster than attempting to move it by hand. The electric hoist works by reeving the lifting chain around a chain sprocket known as a sheave. The sprocket is connected to a electric hoist motor. You push a button on the hand control unit to lift the load, or lower the load to the ground. Electric hoists can be used to lift materials from 1/8-ton, 1/2-ton, 1-ton, 2-ton, and even up to 20 tons or more.
Electric Chain Hoists
Manual Chain Hoist
The manual chain hoist is a hoist designed to make your life easy. Lifting a heavy load or a light load with a manual chain hoist is much faster than moving it by hand. The manual hoist works by looping the lifting chain around a chain gear. The gear is connected to another hoist gear you pull by hand. When you pull on the hand chain, the load will raise or lower the ground. Hand chain hoist can be used to lift materials from 1/8-ton, 1/2-ton, 1-ton, 2-ton, and even up to 20 tons or more.
Manual Chain Hoists
CM chain hoist is one of the oldest hoist makers in the country. The CM Lodestar chain hoist is one of the best known hoists in the industry. The CM lodestar hoist is tried and true, and comes in H4 duty service. for the heaviest lifting loads.
Coffing Hoist is one of the oldest chain hoist companies in the United States. The JLC Chain Hoist, and EC Chain Hoist are the most popular Coffing Chain Hoist sold today. The JLC comes with H4 industrial duty. The EC comes with H3 duty and a mechanical load brake.