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Hire a Hoist

If you are looking to hire a hoist, rest assured, there are plenty of companies around where you can hire them from, and the choice of hoists that are available is comprehensive. There are hoists of all sizes to cover all jobs and the companies who hire them out generally know everything there is to know so can give advice where it is needed.

Hire a Hoist - What Hoists for What Jobs?

Here is an idea of some of the units that are available if you want to hire a hoist and what sort of work you would need them for.
  • Elevator Platform hoist – useful when needing to work on a rooftop. As the name says, it has a platform which can be raised. The person on the platform is able to access the roof easily. Some companies have this type of hoist with a platform which moves and that will tilt for even easier access.
  • Three way platform hoist – This is similar to a platform hoist only it works on a pinion and rack system.
  • Basket hoist – this hoist is specifically for moving objects, not people. Often used on building sites to move bricks and tools around.
  • Industrial hoists – these are hoists that either raise or drag goods. They operate using a rope, cable or chain to move the goods. They are used for lifting and usually have either a hook or a trolley mount.
  • Air hoists – these are suitable for heavy industrial work. They are suitable for areas where there is a high explosive risk and are often used in marine situations both on and off shore, chemical and pharmaceutical situations and within mining.

The Sky´s the Limit

As previously stated, it is important to hire a hoist which is suitable for the job you are doing and the best way to be sure is to ask for advice at the hire centre that you choose. They are the experts and are usually eager to offer you their expertise and advice. Based on what heights the particular hoists reach to, here is a rough guide as to your required needs.
  • To lift up to twelve feet at a speed of no more than seven feet a minute, a hand chain hoist is what you would need to hire.
  • For between twelve and eighteen feet at a maximum speed of eighteen feet a minute a minute you would require a hand chain hoist.
  • For between twenty-nine and fifty-eight feet at thirty-three feet a minute an electric hoist would be necessary.
  • For between fifty-eight and a hundred and thirty-two feet at a maximum speed of sixty-five feet a minute you would require a pneumatic hoist
  • To reach a height of over a hundred and thirty-two feet it would be necessary to hire a hydraulic hoist.
Remember that there are large and small “hire a hoist” companies all around the country, most of whom will deliver and collect. Before you set out to hire a hoist, pop along and talk to them whilst you are at the planning stage. They are experts in their field and will be more than happy to help you with advice from planning to completion.

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