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    Hoists - (897 companies)
    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. | Gorbel Inc...
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    Boats, Ships, and Off Shore Vessels - (115 companies)
    Boats, ships and offshore vessels are used to transport products, materials, and personnel on oceans, lakes, rivers, and canals. Boats, ships, and offshore vessels are used to transport products, materials, and personnel on oceans, lakes, rivers...
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    Lifting Slings - (327 companies)
    Lifting slings are material handling accessories for load attachment to lifts, cranes, and hoists. Lifting slings or sling lifts are material handling accessories for load attachment to lifts, cranes, and hoists. They are used in heavy manufacturing...
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    Lifting and Rigging Attachments - (628 companies)
    Lifting and rigging attachments are used on a crane or hoist between the hook and the item to be lifted. Items include sling release systems, product specific lifters, clamps and grapples. Lifting and rigging attachments are used on a crane or hoist...
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    Industrial Winches - (373 companies)
    ...when there is power connected to the winch. Dynamic brakes are adequate for most applications, but should never be used for hoisting. Mechanical Brakes automatically hold the load if there is a power loss by using friction within the winch gears...
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    Hoist Rings - (115 companies)
    Hoist rings are load-centering eyebolts. They are designed to be rigged from the center or the side and may pivot or swivel. Some hoist rings connect directly to webbing, chain, or shackles. Others have a hook-end rather than a standard bail, eye...
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    Combustion Engines - (252 companies)
    Industrial engines are heavy-duty, internal combustion engines that are used to power and propel vehicles, machinery, and equipment. They burn a liquid or gaseous fuel such as gasoline, diesel, biodiesel, propane, or natural gas. Combustion engines...
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    Stirling Engines - (8 companies)
    Stirling engines produce mechanical power through the cyclic compression and expansion of compressible fluids, such as air and gases, by interaction with a heat source. Stirling engines produce mechanical power through cyclical compression...
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    Engine Starters - (58 companies)
    Description. Engine starters provide the initial rotation for internal combustion engines. They cause the pistons to move before ignition, enabling the engine to turn over so that it can then operate under its own power. Engine starters...
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    Wheel and Track Drives - (20 companies)
    ...assembly which is placed within an individual wheel or into a drive sprocket for tracked vehicles. This eliminates the need for a drivetrain to transmit power from a central engine to the vehicle's rolling elements. The planetary gearboxes have two, three...

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