Hanging Pulleys intended for Rope-For Horizontal Pulling
Hang these pulleys from hooks, screws, and bolts to assist with horizontal pulling or to guide a rope.
Pulleys with two grooves are for make use of where multiple pulleys move an individual load, such as block and tackle systems. They require about half the force of a single-groove pulley to go the same load.
Pulleys with a bearing are simpler to change than pulleys without a bearing.
Acetal, nylon, and light weight aluminum are light-weight and corrosion resistant. Stainless is the most corrosion resistant.
Designs C, D, and J have got a bracket on the bottom for tying off 1 end of a rope.
Style K decrease the force needed to keep your load in place. Unlike regular pulleys, these have a V-groove for more grasp on your rope, and they ratchet when under load therefore they won’t slip in the additional direction. Pulley for3/8″ dia. rope can be established to ratchet even when not under load.
Mounted Pulleys for Rope-For Horizontal Pulling
Mount these pulleys to a set surface to assist with horizontal pulling or to guide a rope.
Pulleys with a bearing are easier to turn than pulleys with out a bearing.
Light weight aluminum and nylon are lightweight and corrosion resistant. Stainless steel gets the most corrosion resistance.
Pulleys for Rope-For Horizontal Pulling
Also known as sheaves, use these pulleys to aid with horizontal pulling or to guide a rope.
Pulleys with a bearing are simpler to turn than pulleys without a bearing.
Acetal and aluminum are lightweight and corrosion resistant. Galvanized metal is usually more corrosion resistant than iron and steel. Stainless steel may be the most corrosion resistant.
Easy-Open Hanging Pulleys for Rope-For Horizontal Pulling
Also called snatch blocks, these pulleys open so it is simpler to feed the rope through the housing-a totally free rope end is not needed. Use them to assist with horizontal pulling or even to guide a rope.
Pulleys with a bearing are simpler to switch than pulleys without a bearing.
Aluminum is more light-weight than stainless steel. Stainless steel can be more corrosion resistant than aluminium.
Pulleys for Wire Rope-For Horizontal Pulling
Also called sheaves, use these pulleys to aid with horizontal pulling or even to guide a rope.
Pulleys with a bearing are simpler to change than pulleys without a bearing.
Acetal and nylon are lightweight and corrosion resistant. Stainless steel is the most corrosion resistant.
Mounted Pulleys for Wire Rope-For Horizontal Pulling
Mount these pulleys to a set surface to assist with horizontal pulling or even to guide a rope.
Pulleys with two grooves are for use where multiple pulleys move an individual load, such as block and tackle systems. They require about half the force of a single-groove pulley to go the same load.
Pulleys with a bearing are easier to convert than pulleys with out a bearing.
Stainless steel is definitely more corrosion resistant than steel.
Hanging Pulleys intended for Wire Rope-For Horizontal Pulling
Hang these pulleys from hooks, screws, and bolts to aid with horizontal pulling or to guide a rope.
Pulleys with two grooves are for use where multiple pulleys move a single load, such as for example block and tackle systems. They require about half the force of a single-groove pulley to go the same load. They possess a bracket on underneath for tying off one end of your wire rope.
Pulleys with a bearing are easier to change than pulleys with out a bearing.
Nylon is lighter in weight than metal. Aluminum is corrosion resistant. Stainless steel may be the most corrosion resistant.
Pulley with carabiner can mount to steel framing or hang as part of your rigging system.
Easy-Open up Hanging Pulleys for Wire Rope-For Horizontal Pulling
Also called snatch blocks, these pulleys open therefore it’s easier to feed the rope through the housing-a totally free rope end isn’t needed. Use them to aid with horizontal pulling or to guide a rope.
Style D pulleys have a corrosion-resistant stainless steel housing.
Pulleys for Wire Rope-For Lifting
Utilize the bore to install these pulleys on a shaft. These pulleys are also known as sheaves.
Pulleys with a bearing are easier to turn than pulleys with out a bearing.
Nylon pulleys are lighter in weight than steel pulleys.
Warning: Never use to lift people or products over people.
Mounted Pulleys for Wire Rope-For Lifting
Mount these pulleys to a flat surface.
Pulleys with two grooves are for make use of in applications where multiple pulleys move a single load, such as for example block and deal with systems.They are able to reduce the force had a need to move the load by up to two times compared to single-groove pulleys.
Pulleys with a bearing are simpler to turn than pulleys without a bearing.
Stainless pulleys are more corrosion resistant that steel.
Style 3 pivots up to 200° for different pull directions.
Warning: Never make use of to lift people or products over people.
Hanging Pulleys to get Wire Rope-For Lifting
Hang these pulleys from hooks, screws, and bolts.
Pulleys with two grooves are for make use of where multiple pulleys move a single load, such as block and deal with systems. They require about half the push of a single-groove pulley to go the same load.
Pulleys with a bearing are easier to switch than pulleys with out a bearing.
Style E pulleys have bracket on the bottom that enables you to tie off 1 end of your wire rope.
Warning: Never use to lift people or products over people.
Easy-Open Hanging Pulleys for Wire Rope-For Lifting
Also known as snatch blocks, these pulleys open therefore it’seasier to feed the rope through the housing-a free rope end isn’t needed.
Pulleys with two grooves are for use where multiple pulleys move a single load, such as for example block and tackle systems. They require about 50 % the push of a single-groove pulley to go the same load.
Latch kits (sold separately) put in a latch to the swiveling hook on Style C to maintain rope secure.
Warning: Never use to lift people or products over people
Hanging Pulleys designed for Rope-For Lifting
Hang these pulleys from hooks, screws, and bolts.
Pulleys with two grooves are used in applications where multiple pulleys move a single load, such as for example block and tackle systems. They are able to reduce the force needed to move the strain by up to two times compared to single-groove pulleys.
Pulleys with a bearing are easier to switch than pulleys without a bearing.
Style A pulleys have a bracket on the bottom for tying off one end of a rope.
Warning: Never make use of to lift people or products over people.
Easy-Open up Hanging Pulleys for Rope-For Lifting
Also referred to as snatch blocks, these pulleys open so it’s easier to feed the rope through the housing-a totally free rope end isn’t needed.
Warning: Never use to lift people or products over people.