The most important perk of the design of this chain block from Tiger is that it is essentially simple and entirely oriented around smooth, safe lifting. It does not have a particularly visually arresting exterior, but what it lacks in aesthetic impact it more than makes up for in raw functionality.
Another point to mention is that this unfussy approach also makes this hoist simple and affordable to maintain. Lifting equipment inspections are required to comply with safety regulations, so you will want to pick a chain block that can be repaired without costing you an arm and a leg.
The sturdy braking system that comes with this chain block is a good reason to add the Tiger TCB to your wish list. It provides a means of preventing sudden drops, as well as putting operators in total control of loads at all times.
The Tiger TCB chain block is offered across a range of load capacities, as mentioned above. However, this is effectively where its versatility ends, since it is not built to be especially durable in scenarios where the atmosphere is particularly harsh. For that purpose, corrosion resistant hoists like the Tiger SS12 are more suitable. Battling corrosion using special coatings can keep hoists usable after extended exposure to marine environments.
Alternatively, you might need a chain block that boasts a higher load limit than is available as part of the TCB range. In this case, it is sensible to consider the Kito CB, which is a range that goes all the way up to 50 tonnes of lifting capacity before it runs out of steam.
You do not need to worry about which model to pick when you contact Lifting Gear Direct. Our team will give you chain block info, quotes and general advice when you call them on 01384 76961 or click through to our contact page and ask a question via email. We want to make the process as clear and uncomplicated as possible, so get in touch today.
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