Have you ever wondered where manual hoists are used in a power plant? Do you think it would be wise to use a hoist without Overload Protection in such a high risk environment?
Every power plant manager should be looking at using the safest type of lifting gear on the market. OZ lifting is currently used in many types of power plants including nuclear.
Here are a few of the ways our manual hoists are used in power plants. Look them over and see if you have any applications that are similar and could benefit from using a manual hoist with the added safety features.
Hand Chain Hoists
Coal Gun: Small, rugged, design that can be easily moved from location to location.
Turbine Maintenance: Low pull force for easy lifting, allows for micro-movements on critical lifts and installs.
Water-wall Installation and Removal: After plant/construction cranes have moved the panels in place, hand chain hoists used to complete final placement.
Erecting Stacks: Used to move form and catwalk to the next pouring level.
Hand Lever Hoists
Boiler Pipes, Alignment, Welding and Repairs: Durable, lightweight hoists with low handle pull force, true single handed free chain operation.
Air Heater Assembly: Hand chain and lever hoists use.
Do your homework. Look for a hoist that will not let you lift over the rated capacity, Think Safety!!