Buck Hoists, Industrial Elevators, Material Hoists, and Other Access Solutions
On a construction site, elevators play a critical role in your ability to get people, equipment, and materials to where they need to go. It’s important to have construction elevators that are safe, dependable, and well-suited for your specific access needs.
Which Construction Elevators Are Right For You?
There are several factors that will determine which type of construction elevator is right for your job. Below are the most common types of hoists and lifts for construction sites.
These buck hoists offer access to mid-rise and high-rise heights. They can carry anywhere from a few hundred to several thousand pounds. The lifts can be as simple as a portable scissor lift or as customized as fitted scaffolding hoists.
These are similar to construction hoists, but often have added safety mechanisms, weather and environment protection, and more. Industrial elevators may provide protection from exposure to harsh weather and can be constructed to withstand extreme environments, such as chemical exposure or hazardous materials. These lifts tend to be more customized and can vary greatly in their design and configuration. They are typically designed to transport both personnel and material.
These temporary lifts, commonly known as boiler hoists, are widely used for industrial and commercial construction applications. The types of material hoists available vary greatly. They range from small lifts, made to fit through small spaces, to large lifts that can carry thousands of pounds of cargo.
These temporary lifts–also commonly known as boiler hoists–are widely used in for industrial and commercial construction projects. The types of material hoists available vary greatly. They can range from smaller lifts, made to fit through small spaces, to large lifts with thousands of pounds of lifting capacity.
Traction hoists for suspended scaffolding are manufactured by Bee Access and offer unsurpassed quality and reliability. Bee Access BISOMAC traction hoists deliver all the power required for the application in a compact, lightweight package that allows for easy transport around the job site. BISOMAC traction hoists come in a range of weight capacities and configurations with additional features such as overload protection, silent operation, fold-up components, and more.
Get The Job Done With A Construction Elevator From Scaffolding Solutions
Whether you need vertical transportation for a few floors or a few stories Scaffolding Solutions can help. We’ll help you find a cost-effective and safe solution for transporting your personnel and material throughout your job site.
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