For marine lifting applications, it will be the perfect investment. Available with load limits of up to 20 tonnes, it can also tackle heavy duty handling tasks without compromising safety.
First and foremost the resilience of this Tiger product is its biggest selling point. For offshore lifting applications, or those taking place in marine environments, its ability to resist common forms of corrosion in salt water will be a boon.
Extending the life of this chain block has been achieved without relying on coatings which are themselves harmful to the environment. The organic formula developed by Tiger in-house is non-toxic and still provides excellent protection for the underlying metal of the hoist. Add in things like the marine spec disc brakes and you have a highly durable bit of kit that is built to last in some of the most extreme environments around.
The most compact unit in this range can handle loads of 500kg, with larger stable mates upping the ante with capacities of one to 10 tonnes. The 20 tonne flagship model has six chain falls and weighs in at just over 200kg in its own right, making the largest lifting tasks a breeze. Just make sure that the parameters of the hoist you choose match your needs, as this will limit risks while lifting.
We sell lots of chain blocks on our site, with Tiger being just one of the brands represented. If you want to compare this model against other corrosion resistant lifting gear, check out the specially adapted Yale ITP unit. It benefits from a similar protective coating and is part of a wider Yale range.
At Lifting Gear Direct we realise that not everyone is an expert on the equipment we sell. If you need help when choosing hoists, contact us via phone or email and we can cut to the core of your biggest questions. Use the contact form on our site to toss an email our way or call 01384 76961 for a friendly chat with our experienced team.
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|Product Code||Capacity (tonne)||Effort (kg)||Load Chain||Standard HOL (m)||Mass Kg @ std HOL|
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