Standard Steel Lifting Davits
We offer Lifting Davits primarily designed for submerged pump recovery from wet wells or holding tanks, they can be adapted for use in a wide variety of applications including pallet stacking, machine loading, tool changing, sluice gate opening, top lock handling and maintenance operations. Lifting davits are available in painted or galvanised steel . The lifting davits are demountable and portable with in-ground sockets, surface mounted sockets or wall mounted sockets as standard, but we can design and manufacture bespoke solutions to meet your exact requirements.
Davits can be used with either a chain block or a
wire rope winch for pump recovery applications.
- Vertical post and cranked post options available
Portable lifting davits with easy
on-site assembly for use with a Range of sockets including in-ground, wall mounted and surface mounted. Primarily designed for
submerged pump recovery from wet wells or holding tanks, they can be adapted for use in a wide variety of applications including pallet stacking, machine loading, tool changing, sluice gate opening, top-lock handling and maintenance operations.
Mild steel construction, galvanised externally and internally to British Standard B.S.729 to protect against corrosion. Weight each part 25 kgs or less Easy to position and use - plain bearing flange rotation Range of sockets available in standard or special sizes for compatibility with existing equipment. Standard models sold online are usually ex stock or specials 2-3 weeks
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We can also supply snub lift ch ains for pump retrieval applications Davits with hand winch and diverter sheave for wire rope also available click hereto view
Special Purpose Case study :
The bespoke bolt-on 180 degree slew davit arm with manual hand winch (shown left) was specifically developed for a motor removal/maintenance on large newspaper printing presses. The motors are side mounted in close series to the machine face. Following discussions with the client, the Dale light crane design department developed a working prototype which had to be portable and able to be positioned to work in an extremely confined space in between pairs of motors. Successful trials have resulted in the lifting arm being provided with each new press for on-site maintenance. Dales' have long experience in providing cost effective solutions to handling problems - Call our design team to discuss your requirements
For more information and a competitive quotation - Contact the Dale's lightweight cranes division today on 0845 270 2919