David Round Datasheets for Hoists

Industrial hoists are lifting and pulling devices that use a cable, rope, or chain to move or lift a load. Hoists are primarily used for vertical lifting, and usually have a feature for ceiling mounting such as a hook or trolley mount.
Hoists: Learn more

Product Name Notes
Space-saving wire rope hoist products expand overhead work space Requiring as little as 16" of beam-to-hook clearance (headroom), these wire rope hoists create additional overhead lifting space. Maximize usable workspace...
Standard Air Powered Wire Rope Hoists Variable Speed Air Hoist Positions Loads Accurately Without Electronics Lift loads safely in hazardous environments Minimize sparking, static and electrical hazards with this air-powered...
Summary of Features 304/316 Series Stainless Steel construction Stainless Steel gearbox casing and shafts Food-Grade chain and gearbox lubrication 304 Series stainless steel chain Stainless steel forged safety swivel hook...
Summary of Features Two adjustable hoist speeds – Ultra low speed (low as 1.5 FPM) – Normal speed Models available from ½ to 5 ton load capacities Controls with AC...
Withstand High-Temperature Foundry Applications Designed with the assistance of foundry managers and casting line personnel, David Round's line of hot melt hoists sets the standard for ladle handling hoist in...
A Stainless Steel Strap Hoist Improves The Efficiency And Safety Of Your Workforce While Maintaining The High Standards Required By Industries Like Pharmaceutical And Food Processing.
David Round's corrosion-resistant hoists are ideal for sanitary processing environments or anywhere a cleanroom hoist is required such as pharmaceutical, food processing or electronics manufacturing.
The David Round Lab-Lift™ all-stainless steel cleanroom hoist represents an advancement in cleanroom material handling equipment design to further minimize the potential for contamination. It is specifically engineered and manufactured...
The low head hoist design minimizes beam-to-hook distance Create additional workspace over assembly bays to accommodate taller equipment designs. Reduce bridge crane profiles for restricted height applications in existing buildings.