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Drum Lifting Hooks & Slings

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Drum lifting hooks and slings attach to cranes, hoists, and forklifts to raise, move, and position drums. They help increase efficiency and safety in warehouses, shipping, and manufacturing facilities by eliminating the need for workers to haul the drums manually.
Drum lifting hooks and slings attach to cranes, hoists, and forklifts to raise, move, and position drums. They help increase efficiency and safety in warehouses, shipping, and manufacturing facilities by eliminating the need for workers to haul the drums manually.
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Drum Lifting Hooks

Drum Lifting Hooks
Drum lifting hooks are high-strength for heavy loads, extreme temperatures, and abrasive environments that would damage or destroy lifting slings. Also known as barrel hooks, they have curved beveled ends that fit under drum chimes and create a tight grip between the drum and hooks when lifted. Vertical drum lifting hooks attach to the tops of drums, making them ideal for situations where drums are placed tightly together. Horizontal drum lifting hooks attach to the top and bottom chimes to move drums on their side. Typical uses for drum lifting hooks include machine shops, construction sites, foundries, and shipping yards.

Horizontal Drum Orientation

Vertical Drum Orientation

Rotating & Dispensing Drum Lifting Hooks

Rotating & Dispensing Drum Lifting Hooks
Rotating and dispensing drum lifting hooks enable drums to turn 360° for controlled pouring and dumping of contents. They have frames that clamp tightly around the drum body and pivoting arms that attach to hooks on cranes and hoists to lift the drum. The frames have a manual pulley system that allows tilting and rotation of the drum once in the air.
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Drum Lifting Slings

Drum Lifting Slings
Drum lifting slings provide better load control and cause less damage to drums than lifting hooks. Also known as barrel slings, these fabric straps are flexible and have wide-bearing surfaces and ratcheting mechanisms that tighten around drums to create secure grips that prevent shock loads. Slings are susceptible to cuts and tears and shouldn't be used in applications where they might come in contact with sharp edges, protrusions, or abrasive surfaces.
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