Chain Hoists, Lever Hoists, Electric Hoists, Trolleys, Clamps, Winches, Cranes.
Award winning OZ Lifting Products, designed by their partners from Australia, are committed to providing safe, high quality, and affordable material handling equipment to their customers, with dedication to excellent customer service and support. The Aussies have direct oversight on all aspects of manufacturing and technical support, combine this oversight with the fact that all of the OZ hoists are rigged in our warehouse in the U.S. and we feel OZ Lifting has complete quality control. Our products have been successfully handling material on the world market for many years; we offer an innovative line of tough, all-steel chain and lever hoists featuring overload protection and meet all products standards such as CE, AS1418.2, ANSIB 30.21and ANSI B30.16. Beam clamps and trolleys are also available.
All OZ Premium Hoists are Rigged In The U.S.A.
Many features and benefits not found on standard hoists,
make our products the safest on the market.
Some of the benefits of the OZ Premium Hoist include:
- Overload Protection factory set in the U.S.
- Each hoist is individually tested and certified in the U.S.
- Etched stainless steel ID tag ensures rating identification
- Lifting the rated load is up to 35% easier
OZ LIFTING PRODUCTS BEAM CLAMP
This Oz Lifting Products Beam Clamp is from raw steel to final packaging, 100% made in the USA. It features a fully welded box construction. Unlike our competitors, Oz Lifting Products uses no press fit pins in our beam clamps. We completely weld the support plates as well at the main load pin to the heavy duty side plates. This provides for exceptional rigidity and strength. Also, Oz Lifting Products uses a combination of industrial powder coating and zinc plating for increased durability.
FOR DEMANDING APPLICATIONS
This is standard on all OZ PREMIUM hoists and is set in the USA. The overload is integral with the hoist and prevents the operator from overloading the hoist. When activated, the overload will not allow hoist operation. When the overload is activated, lower the load (if lifting), or release the load (if pulling). Then select a larger capacity hoist, or contact us for another means of operation.