Electric chain hoists and manual chain hoists: A chain hoist is a term for a piece of lifting equipment that is suspended (usually from a beam via a trolley) featuring a chain and hook. The hook is used to secure the object being lifted while the chain is used to lift the hook and the load attached to an appropriate height. Manual chain hoists require the user to pull one end of the chain to lift the load while electric chain hoists require the user only to push a button (up or down) to control a motor that will lift the load attached (providing it does not exceed the safe working load).
Chain hoists can be suspended in a number of different methods, most chain hoists come with a hook or trolley.
We can supply a variety of hoists both manual and electrical and also install them with limited disruption to your process.
We can also offer a repair and hire service to all electric chain, wire rope and chain block hoisting assets with replacement parts and repairs guaranteed under our parts and labour warranty.
The nature of our business often forces us to work at height on most of our crane and lifting related projects, therefore we now offer a fabrication and engineering service which is to custom design and build high level access stairways and industrial platforms. We can build stairways and staircases which can encompass just a few stairs as a step-up platform to large scale industrial projects which can span a number of floors.
With our experience of working at height, coupled with the product knowledge of our systems, ensures that you can utilise DTE to test your current system in place.
DT Engineering NW Ltd can offer services from consultation and design, through to manufacture and installation.