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Rank: 74
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Pacific Hoists | Lifting and rigging equipment
Pacific Hoists is a privately owned materials handling Australian family business founded in 1976. Today, the company enjoys an enviable market leading position in both the Australian and New Zealand lifting and materials handling markets. With our head office and main warehouse in Seven Hills, we have warehouses and offices in Brisbane, Perth and Auckland, providing a national ...
Customers: Construction, Engineering, Manufacturing, Mining
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PremiumDate: 3/30/2021 12:00:00 AM
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Garrick Herbert | Metal Machinery
Garrick Herbert Pty Ltd was established in March 1981 as the newest member of the Herbert Engineering Group. Its parent company, R.R. Bramley & Co. Ltd was founded in Auckland, New Zealand in 1921 by Richard Bramley as an Engineering workshop. Philip Herbert purchased the company in 1954 and commenced production of the ‘BRAMLEY’ range of small engineering machine tools. Exports ...

Electric Chain Hoist Buying Guide

Find and buy electric chain hoists from verified suppliers on IndustrySearch. Electric chain hoists use an electric motor driven lift wheel and chain, to lift and lower loads.

Things to consider when buying electric chain hoists:

  • Required load capacity - Know your maximum lifting load in kg or lbs, and select an electric chain hoist or winch with a higher capacity, to ensure safe and trouble free operation.
  • Required lift speed - Electric chain hoists commonly operate between 2 to 10 feet per minute. Depending on your application, you may choose an electric chain hoist or winch that operates at a single speed, or even with dual or variable speed options, for example to safely handle loads in slow speed and make fast retraction movements.
  • Required lift height - Know your required maximum lift height and account for additional lift capacity to avoid any future inconveniences.
  • Consider specialized application requirements - Specialized requirements include electric chain hoist and winch control or remote control options, special materials of manufacturing, explosion proof construction, specialized specifications for lifting hazardous loads and highly frequent use requiring a heavy duty electric motor.


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