Hoist jibs for wall mounts, available from King Materials Handling , clamps to a 50mm diameter pole. The pole can be either standard scaffold, or a length of pole can be attached to two brackets, which can be screwed to a wall or an existing vertical column.
The hoist for this jib is usually mounted in a fixed position near the end of the jib at 600mm from the pivot point. The hoist jib for floor mounts is mounted to a column, which is bolted to the floor through a base plate, and secured to the wall at the top of the column for extra bracing.
The wire rope hoist runs on a trolley with nylon wheels. There are several variations on this theme, with different heights, capacities and slewing arcs.
Wall or column mounted jibs can be mounted to either a builder's pole, to enable equipment and supplies to be raised from ground level to a platform or roof. Alternative mountings include bolting or welding to an existing steel column. Jib can be fixed or rotated. The load can be suspended from a single point or moved along the jib with a manual trolley. The hoist can be either a chain or a wire rope and is dependant upon load capacity and lift height.