Hooks require hooks to make it work

- Feb 22, 2020-

It is often said that force should be applied to the blades and that the more widely used chain hoists should be used during lifting and lifting.

Hooks can be used not only on electric chain hoists, but also on electric hoists, cranes, truck cranes and other lifting equipment. It can also be used with rigging if the hook is modified. The spreader is used for lifting or lifting work, but the hook is required no matter how it is used.

Chain hoists are versatile, but no matter where they are used, hooks are required to make them work.

Chain hoist is a hoist that performs lifting and lifting work in the vertical direction. When hoisting, the hoist is suspended at a higher position, which can help the heavy object achieve a higher position change. So what is the difference between the ground distance and the hoisting distance of the hoist?

The ground distance is the distance between the chain electric hoist and the ground, and the lifting distance is the distance required for the chain electric hoist to help the weight move. The meaning of the two is different, the actual value will be different.

If lifting and lifting work is performed above the ground, due to the height limitation of the chain hoist, the ground distance should be slightly greater than the lifting distance.

If it is carried out by underground lifting or other ground plane lifting operations, the lifting distance will be slightly larger than the ground distance.

Ground distance and lift distance are two different parameters. When people choose the hoisting height of the hoist, they need to take the hoisting distance as the basis and combine the specific hoisting position to choose the chain hoist suitable for them.