Hoists and its Low Weights

A hoist is a mechanism used to lift or lower loads via a chain. They often feature two wheels around which a chain is wound. As the chain is pulled, it winds around the wheels in one direction, either lifting or lowering the load to which it is attached. Since the early 1900s, electric and manual hoists have been manufactured in bulk. Hoists are being used in a broad range of industries all over the world where they provide countless benefits. Their chief benefit is that they make the typically complicated job of lifting heavy materials simple and easy. Because of this, many operators are using electric hoists for lifting heavy weights while still relying on manual lifting for lower weights. However, this is not necessarily the best idea. This blog will discuss why operators should be using electric chain hoists for all lifting, light or heavy.

Many people are under the impression that hoists and chains can only be used for lifting heavy weights and manual measures are still best for lifting lighter objects. This simply is not true. There are several benefits of using electric chain hoists for lower weights as well, and doing so can significantly increase the performance of a facility. The three main perks of using hoists to lift lower weights are: prevention of operator fatigue, long-term cost savings, and the lack of need for maintenance.

Prevention of Operator Fatigue:

Among the most important aspects of any industrial facility or warehouse is the safety and well-being of the employees working there. Healthier and more energized employees will increase manpower and directly contribute to the growth of the industry. Manual lifting takes longer, which requires the employee to work longer hours, eventually exhausting them over time. With electric hoists, this is no longer an issue. Use of a hoist not only takes more energy, but it takes much more time. A job that would normally take more than 50 hours to complete can be done with a hoist in as little as 6-8 hours.

Long-term Cost Saving:

One major reason why facilities choose not to use electric hoists for lower weight applications is because of the cost and implementation fees. However, in the long run, this cost is negligible when compared to the profits resulting from the increased productivity a hoist would bring. Electric hoist suppliers offer high-quality chains and hoists tailored to the specific requirements of many industries. This means facilities can find the exact hoists they need without unnecessary or added features. All this leads to cost-savings down the line.

Lack of Need for Maintenance:

Top quality chains and hoists require little to no maintenance. Regular checks should be enough to identify any small repairs that need to be made. As such, facilities will get better performance with high efficiency and effectiveness, all at an affordable price without putting the health of the employees in jeopardy. The convenience of zero maintenance makes electric hoists a no-brainer for both small and large scale applications.

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January 8, 2020

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