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Important Terms to Know About Boat Lifts and Hoists
Boat lifts and hoists are meant to raise sailing vessels as well as other maritime equipment that is to heavy to maneuver through man power. From electric chain and wire rope to air powered, lever or manual, there are many types of lifts and hoists. You can purchase hoists from a boat dealer online or in a store setting. Hoists such as trolleys, ropes and chains are required in the agricultural and construction industries, as well. Their purpose is to lift very heavy objects that cannot be lifted by hand. Here are some important terms to know when it comes to boat lifts and hoists.

Trolley: A wheel that uses current from an overhead electric wire to power a vehicle. The wheel is usually attached to some kind of pole, with types including Navy trolley hoists, hoist and trolley combos, and manual trolleys.

Winch: A mechanical device that pulls in or lets out the tension of a cable. Simple winches comprise a spool with a hand crank attached.

Coffing: A type of hoist related to slings, hand hoists and rigging gear.

Crane System: Devices that operate on a pivot to lift or transport large items, with systems including double girder, gantry, and convertible cranes.

Boat Hoist: Aluminum or galvanized steel lifts located at a dock or marina to lift boats out of the water. These strong, durable hoists can be seen at marinas and boat docks. Types include flat plat hoists, worm gear reducers and freestanding lifts.

Electric Hoist: Hoists that operate on electric power rather than on manual power, with a compact, lightweight aluminum body boasting low headroom.

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Manufacturers for boat lifts can provide you with the protection you want to protect your jet ski, pontoon, dingy, or skiff from the dangerous and damaging storm surge. There are various types of hoists you can choose from including aluminum, beamless, cradle, floating, and freestanding. Additional options may include mounted, PWC, and hydraulic. Davits can also be used on various types of lifts to lower them off of an edge. Your best option may include ordering a custom lift for your dock or boat house. This will ensure that everything fits perfectly for the type of vehicle that is to be used with the lift and the amount of space available. Distributors will have beamless, cradle, and freestanding models available for you to look at and decide which you would prefer. If you need to find replacement parts, you can ask different dealers if they can deliver them to you. Many parts can be covered under the warranty the company offers on its products. Each system will provide different levels of protection. Finding what works best for your boat will help guarantee that your boat, jet ski, or pontoon will remain safe when not out in the lake or ocean. Ask friends and family that own water vehicles and see if they can recommend a company where they bought their lifts. They may also be able to tell you which companies to avoid due to having a poor reputation. You may find that some companies only provide certain types of hoisting systems, while others have a broader range of what they offer. Shop around and compare prices with the quality of materials and workmanship you would be given.



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