Electric Wire Rope Hoists

Electric Wire Rope Hoists

Electric Wire Rope Hoists

Modular Cranes is dedicated to providing businesses across all industries with complete solutions to their hoist requirements. Our hoists are designed and manufactured using the latest technology and are selected because of their reliability and their durability. We provide the most operationally reliable electric hoists available in Australia. As part of our service offering, we guarantee that the most reputable models of wire rope hoists are available to our customers across Australia.

Modular Cranes have assessed the many options from wire rope hoists manufacturers to select the most suitable equipment to meet the requirements of our clients. We offer the Street Cranes ZX electric wire rope hoists that provide unique benefits for the user. ZX epitomises intelligent design for easy load handling, impressive performance, and exceptional safety levels. There are three different electric wire rope hoists, including the fixed hoist, low headroom hoist for single girder cranes, and the top running hoist for double girder cranes.

Thanks to the high-tensile wire and in-built safety measures, you can trust our wire rope hoists to successfully carry out lifting tasks with a firm focus on the safety of the operators and other employees.

The Next Generation Hoists

These ZX range of hoists are next-generation lifting solutions evolved over the years to fit rigorous production environments. These hoists have the brake mounted on the hoist gearbox. Therefore, this “braked gearbox arrangement” holds the load even if there is a motor shaft, motor connection, or motor coupling failure. This is contrary to how the brakes of the conventional hoists work and therefore ensure extra hoist brake safety.

The unique double band rope guide of the ZX hoists avoid the issues of slack rope failures. The rotating inner band clamps the rope to the drum, preventing the rope from pulling through. Overloading is one of the primary reasons for hoist failure and incidents. Importantly, ZX hoists have an additional protection mechanism called torque arm capacity restrictor to prevent overloading issues. The restrictor senses the total load passed by the hoist mechanism.

Notably, the detector saves the hoist from a load greater than the capacity but from an overload created by the impendence of hoist rotation.

Tailored To Your Needs

The ZX hoists are available in different designs and capacity to meet all your operational needs. While coming to single girders, the low headroom monorail hoists have a lifting capacity of up to 15 tonnes, and the low headroom twin trolley construction can hold up to 25 tonnes.

On the other hand, the double girders are available as single rope hoists and double rope hoists. While the single rope hoists can carry up to 32 tonnes, twin rope hoists can be the ideal choice for heavy lifting needs with a capacity of up to 80 tonnes. Importantly, all these hoists come with optional features such as micro-speeds, anti-sway control, load-dependent speed, and more.

As a leading supplier of electric hoists in Australia, we ensure that our customers get the finest range of hoisting solutions.

Thanks to the high-tensile wire and in-built safety measures, you can trust our wire rope hoists to successfully carry out lifting tasks with a firm focus on the safety of the operators and other employees.

  • Increased Productivity safety
  • Ease of moment & positioning
  • Cost-effective
  • Safe & reliable

What Type of Crane Do I Need?

Following considerations should be made when purchasing an overhead crane:

  1. Lifting capacity
  2. Lifting height
  3. Working environment (temperature)
  4. Working class (how many hours the crane will work in one working day)
  5. The Voltage, frequency
  6. Power supply requirement?
  7. Hoist model (wire rope hoist or chain hoist, if chain hoist, manual type or electric type, manual motorized trolley)
  8. Special functions requests? (Working area, intelligent functions etc.)

What Type of Crane Do I Need?

Following considerations should be made when purchasing an overhead crane:

1. Lifting capacity
2. Lifting height
3. Working environment (temperature)
4. Working class (how many hours the crane will work in one working day)
5. The Voltage, frequency
6. Power supply requirement?
7. Hoist model (wire rope hoist or chain hoist, if chain hoist, manual type or electric type, manual motorized trolley)
8. Special functions requests? (Working area, intelligent functions etc.)

Contact Us Today

Contact one of our experts today for more information by calling 1300 663 8527 today.