Q: Looking at the leg size table, where are these dimensions taken from?
A: Bottom of support to bottom of beam
Q: When would I use two different leg sizes?
A: Once the leg size reaches its maximum extension, you will need a way to reach higher or, lower. We often see different leg sizes used in stairwell rigging applications where you are navigating at different landing heights.
Q: Do you offer a beam trolly?
A: We do not currently. However, it is something we are considering.
Q: What is the maximum allowable pick angle?
A: Zero degrees. Any off-centerline pick creates the potential for tipping. All picks should be made directly below the beam centerline and, between the leg supports.
Q: Am I able to pick anywhere along the length of the beam?
A: Yes. If the pick is at the beam centerline and the load is within the table values, you can make a pick at any location on the beam between the leg supports.
Q: Can I use the Motorvator in a cantilevered configuration?
A: No. All picks should be made between the leg supports.
Q: Is this hoist frame rated?
A: Yes. The design has been stamped by a registered professional engineer.
Q: What do I do if I ordered the wrong item?
A: Please refer to our refund-return-exchange policy or give us a call.
Q: Do you offer other products not currently on your web site?
A: Yes. Please use the request a quote form or, give us a call and we can talk.
Q: Can I buy an additional leg?
A: Yes. It is very common to purchase an additional leg of differing size(s) to solve a variety of rigging problems where one support surface is beyond the leg size set you already own.
Q: Can I disassemble each leg so it is easier to carry?
A: Yes. See the details tab for specific component weights
Please inquire – We are currently working on the ability to order online and will intergrate shipping into the update
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