10, 20, 30 & 50 Ton Wire Rope Hoist – R&M, Yale, Harrington, Shawbox
When getting into a higher capacity, electric wire rope hoists are your best bet. They are ideal for very fast lifting speeds, true vertical lift applications, and high cycle (H5 Duty rating) applications. Tri-State Overhead Crane offers 10 Ton, 20 Ton, 30 Ton, and 50 Ton Electric Wire Rope Hoists available from the top wire rope hoist manufacturers.
R&M Wire Rope Hoist
R&M Materials Handling has over 85 years of experience in the overhead manual, electric chain hoists and wire rope hoists history. Headquartered in Springfield, OH, R&M has parts and service centers located throughout North America, Central America, and South America.
Yale Wire Rope Hoists
Tri-State Overhead Crane is a highly trusted Yale wire rope hoist distributor and Yale hoist parts. Yale is well-known for their market-leading technology that goes into their YK, Cable King and LodeKing as well as their high safety and performance ratings.
Shawbox Wire Rope Hoist
Products under the Shaw-Box brand feature capacities ranging from a 1/2 ton wire rope hoist to a 100 ton capacity trolley/hoist. Whether the job calls for electric or air-power, indoor or outdoor duty, general or severe industrial service, a Shaw-Box hoist meets the needs of the workforce.
Harrington Wire Rope Hoist
Harrington Hoists is recognized as an innovator and market leader in the hoist and crane industry. Harrington Hoists manufactures revolutionary manual, electric, and air chain hoists, wire rope hoists and crane products. TSOC carries a full line of Harrington Hoist world class products including the NER, NERP and SNER electric chain hoists with capacities of 1/8 Ton to 5 Ton.
Demag Wire Rope Hoist
Demag offers a complete line of cranes and handling technology, focusing on the benefits to their customers and providing high levels of safety, reliability and outstanding performance. Demag offers a wide range of electric hoists that include many standard features that are considered optional from other manufacturers.
Detroit Wire Rope Hoist
Detroit hoist has been designing and manufacturing wire rope hoists since 1905. Based in Michigan, Detroit Hoist strives to be the best while delivering products on time and at competitive prices. In-house product research and development enables the company to retain the flexibility of applying standardized designs, simplicity and economies of time-proven serial components for more value and increased reliability.
Stahl Wire Rope Hoist
STAHL Crane Systems' wire rope hoists range in capacity from 1,100 pounds to 175 tons. STAHL wire rope hoists have a compact, sturdy construction which is extremely low-maintenance. Their reliability, power and long service life are above average. The particularly smooth, precise starting and braking characteristics are common to all.
Electric Chain Hoists
TSOC stocks several brands of electric chain hoists from CM, Coffing, Budgit, Yale, Harrington, and Demag. Typically ranging in capacity from 1/4 Ton to 5 Tons, these electric powered hoists are ideal for manufacturing and industrial facilities.
Manual Chain Hoists
Hand chain hoists and lever hoists are the two styles of manual chain hoists that TSOC offers. These are perfect for low duty cycle applications. Another feature that makes these a good solutions is their ability to be portable. Capacities typically range from 1/8 Ton to 5 Ton, but we do offer some heavier capacities up to 25 Ton.
Do You Need True Vertical Lift?
True vertical lift is the lack of any lateral hook drift as the hook moves vertically throughout the full range of motion. When using a single-reeved wire rope hoist, the hook may experience a slight lateral movement of about 1/4 of an inch for every 12 inches of vertical movement. For most jobs, this lateral movement will not cause a problem. But for certain applications, this movement can be damaging. If true vertical lift is required, a double reeved configuration will be needed. You will often pay a premium for true vertical lift at lower capacities, so it is important to understand if you really need this feature. By nature of their design, chain hoists provide true vertical lift. So for capacities up to 20 tons, using a chain hoist may be a more economical choice.
|Wire Rope Hoist vs. Chain Hoist
|Lifts by wrapping cable around a grooved drum
||Lifts by the chain passing over a lift-wheel and depositing the chain into a chain container
|Offer very fast lifting speeds
||Tolerate greater levels of abuse
|Can be rated H-5 (severe duty)
||Easier to move around
|Well suited for long work hours
||Generally less expensive
|Rated for heavier loads
||Typically rated for lighter loads (25 ton or less)
TSOC distributes wire rope hoists; serving clients from coast to coast, Canada, Mexico and especially focused in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, Florida, and Oklahoma.