Overhead Hoist Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Springfield, OH 937-525-5533

    Our overhead hoists come with the guarantee that they will last for as long as you need them. Konecranes staff provides in depth inspection on all of our products to ensure quality. As a company, we are dedicated to providing reliable hoist products that will withstand the test of time. Our customer service is among the highest in the industry and we want to prove it to you! Visit our website for more information today!

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  • Indianapolis, IN 800-632-4451

    Brehob maintains a huge inventory of parts as well as direct factory support from a number of suppliers and manufacturers. In most cases Brehob can ship your parts the same day to provide "Next Day" delivery. If you’re in need of quality overhead hoists available at competitive pricing, then look no further—Brehob has the right solution for you! Please contact a Brehob sales associate today.

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  • Fishers, NY 800-821-0086

    You can count on Gorbel Inc. to provide you with top of the line overhead hoists. We are the professionals you have been looking for and our solutions come at a very fair price. All of our products come with short lead times and we are a company who puts a focus on quality assurance. Please give us a call today!

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  • Chilliwack, BC 604-792-5023

    With over 29 years of experience in the industry and a team of dedicated professionals, Mussell Crane strives to meet all of your material handling needs. We supply a variety of brand-name electric hoists. Additional services include installation, freight, and after-sales support. To learn more about our line of hoists, visit our website today!

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  • Salt Lake City, UT 888-299-0896

    Since 1969, American Equipment, Inc. has proven to be an exceptional full service material handling equipment supplier. Serving companies throughout the U.S, American Equipment provides a comprehensive line of electric, air, manual and lever-operated hoists along with equipment such as cranes and monorails. American Equipment also offers hoist rentals, on-site training and 24-hour parts service.

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American Crane & Equipment Corporation Reveals Its Newest Product: The Norheim Hoist

In 1960, a young engineer left his home in the town of Lygra, Norway, to begin a journey that would ultimately lead him to the United States in search of the American Dream. This new engineer brought along with him a quest for knowledge and an entrepreneurial spirit. Now, as American Crane & Equipment Corporation’s President and CEO, Oddvar Norheim channels his passion for innovation and excellence into each and every product that American Crane creates. Through Norheim’s qualities of persistence and hard work, his company has become a leader... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Overhead Hoist

Overhead hoists or cranes attach a horizontal load-carrying beam to overhead wall columns or ceilings. Overhead hoists are used to lift heavy loads that are impossible to lift by hand. They use a crank to wind up a cable around a cylindrical spool or drum wheel. To lift, a load is suspended from the cable, making raising and lowering the load an easy task.

Overhead hoists are generally run by electric motors, although they can use hydraulic or pneumonic power as well. Since they are bolted to walls, overhead hoists are not as mobile as other types of hoists. For this reason, they are most often found in workshops where they are not required to frequently change positions. Overhead hoists are available in multiple configurations. They differ by load capacity, line material, line length, and maximum loaded line speed. Choosing the machine that fits the needed specifications is important, because safety issues can arise if overhead hoists are misused.

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