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Economy Bench Mount Sky Hooks w/ Articulating Arm

New to the Sky Hook line-up, these new Articulating Arm Sky Hooks offer a greater range of motion with the same powerful features of the Economy Bench Mount Sky Hook. With a Sky Hook reach of 21.3” and an articulating arm reach of 14.7”, you’ll be able to pick a load almost anywhere within a 36” circle. These Sky Hooks can be easily mounted to a bench, heavy cart, machine surface, truck bed and so much more. By simply rotating the hand wheel, you’ll be able to lift up to 500 lbs. without breaking a sweat.

The Bench Mount Sky Hook models have a small 8” round base plate that can be mounted to any suitable flat surface. With a base height of only 8.5” and the Sky Hook able to be removed from the base, the Sky Hook can be easily moved to other lifting locations or stored away when not in use.

As part of the Economy Sky Hook product line, these models incorporate our economical, lever operated friction braking mechanism. The friction brake allows for safe, efficient operation, giving the operator the ability to position the load with precision.

The Bench Mount Sky Hooks with Articulating Arm are available in both roller chain and cable configurations. Be sure to also check out the Premium Sky Hook Product Line which incorporates our LoadLock clutch brake for a more simplified, easy-to-use brake operation.

Model #: A8527
Economy Chain Sky Hook with Bench Mount Base & Articulating Arm
Chain Sky Hook
  • #35 Steel Roller Chain
  • Consistent Drive Rate
  • Chain Stored Inside Vertical Tube
  • Chain Travel: 75”
  • Rate of Lift: 1”/ Handwheel Revolution
  • Hand Wheel Height: 34.4”

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Model #: A9527
Economy Cable Sky Hook with Bench Mount Base & Articulating Arm
Cable Sky Hook
  • 3/16” Galvanized Steel Wire Rope
  • Easy Inspection
  • Cable Stored On Spool
  • Cable Travel: 100”
  • Rate of Lift: 1.5”/ Handwheel Revolution
  • Hand Wheel Height: 33.6”

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Economy Bench Mount Sky Hooks w/ Articulating Arm Features & Benefits:

  • Designed to bolt easily to any suitable flat surface
  • Greatly increased range of motion with articulating arm
  • Prevents lifting injuries
  • Uses one hand operation that does the work of four people
  • Safely lifts and positions up to 500 lbs. with one person
  • Designed for precision positioning
  • Economical brake style while allowing safe and controlled lifting up to 500 lbs.
  • Operates in tight working conditions
  • Designed to mount to any suitable flat surface
  • Easily detached and carried to different locations
  • Constructed of high strength steel
  • Maintenance free
  • Limited manufacturer’s warranty
  • Meets applicable O.S.H.A. and ASME requirements
  • Made in the U.S.A. since 1969

Economy Bench Mount Sky Hooks w/ Articulating Arm Specifications:

  • Load limit 500 lbs. / 227 kg.
  • Brake style: Lever Operated Friction Brake
  • Overall height (including base): 42.2”
  • Overall reach (center of hook to center of base mast): 36”
  • Sky Hook reach: 21.3”
  • Articulating Arm reach: 14.7”
  • Sky Hook rotation in Articulating Arm: 360°
  • Articulating Arm rotation in base: 360°
  • Sky Hook weight: 26 lbs.
  • Articulation Arm weight: 19 lbs.
  • Base weight: 13 lbs.
  • Base plate size: 8” round
  • Controlled lowering of the load by pulling back on the friction brake lever while applying a slight amount of pressure to the hand wheel with the palm of your hand
  • Brake automatically locks when hand is removed from brake lever
  • Custom modifications available

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Roller Chain vs. Cable

All Sky Hook models are offered in both roller chain and cable configurations. Each configuration has unique benefits which may make all the difference depending on the lifting application. From the first Sky Hooks built in 1969, roller chain has been the primary lifting tether for these one of a kind lifting devices. Even though cable is definitely more of an industry standard for lifting, roller chain has benefits that have to be considered before making the determination as to which is best suited for your application.

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Roller chain offers a consistent rate of travel as the chain passes over a set sprocket size and is stored in the vertical tube of the Sky Hook. Cable on the other hand stacks up on a spool, slightly increasing the amount of force required to lift the load as more of the cable is reeled in. However cable is typically quicker and easier to inspect. Many larger corporations require cable for all internal lifting devices.

Both the roller chain and cable are load rated to meet applicable safety standards. No matter which you choose, you’re sure to end up with a lifting device that will have a smooth and seamless operation.