Used for vertical lifting of freely suspended, heavy, bulky loads. Hoists works in conjunction with overhead cranes and workstation cranes. There are many different options for overhead handling and is typically reserved for the type of production and products being utilized. Vertical and/or horizontal travel is directed by an operator, either manually with a chain or powered with a wired hand pendant or a radio controlled device Typical applications include helping operators in manufacturing, warehousing and construction to lift loads in support of production or storage activities, loading and unloading, or one process to the next.


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    Work Positioner End Effector

    A mechanical arm equipped with an end effector attachment—such as tooling or fixtures including a gripper or forks—to handle different types of loads. As a manual movement assist device, a manipulator counteracts the weight of the load to render it nearly weightless by using hydraulic or pneumatic power. They are either stationary or portable

     


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    Work Station Crane

    These are used in conjunction with hoists and/or end effectors to allow for overhead handling of products instead of through aisles or floor space. This can be both horizontal and vertical movement of products. Cranes are operated either manually, pendant or pedestal station and radio frequency controlled wireless devices Typical …


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    Hoist

    An overhead device that lifts and lowers loads by supporting the weight completely. This allows the operator to easily maneuver the load. They are frequently used for awkward and/or rapid load movements, or to suspend equipment used in a repetitive operation