HOISTS & WINCHES
What are the differences between Hoists & Winches? A winching application is designed to pull a load horizontally while hoisting is for lifting a load vertically.
Continue to read the below article to find out the various different types and applications used.
TYPES OF HOISTS AND WINCHES
Also known as air hoists. Pneumatic are very similar in features to an electric chain hoist but they are powered by compressed air feed. Furthermore they are restricted by the need for a suitable electric power supply.
Used for lifting or lowering material. Firstly electric chain hoists use an electric motor. Secondly they use a controller to lift, lower and accelerate or decelerate the speed.
They use self-gripping jaws instead of spools to move rope or wire through the winch. By moving a handle back and forth, they allow one person to move objects several tons in weight.
Fitted with a powered automatic style brake. They automatically suspend or hold the load, when the handle winding ceases.
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Hoists and Winches are a versatile mechanical aid that has revolutionized the industrial world. Furthermore they are available for all kinds of applications and in all different capacities. Firstly it is important to choose the right equipment for the correct application because there are multiple options. Secondly by selecting the wrong equipment could cause injuries in the workplace.
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