The process used to secure materials to be moved by cranes at various heights can be dangerous and overwhelming. At Vallen, our line up of lifting and rigging equipment offers the solution you need no matter what the job requires.
From blocks, hoists, and haul systems to pulling rope, shackles, and slings we’ve got you covered for your job site obstacles. With various sizes and styles, we’re confident you will find your preferred equipment. If not, please reach out to us and let our staff help you select or make a recommendation that will allow you to complete the task at hand safely and successfully. We understand the risks of working a height. As such we know the hardware that is best suited to move large equipment.
We have partnered with reputable manufacturers to ensure there isn’t a lift you can’t do safely.
It’s a new era in safety with Ingersoll Rand’s C-Series strap pullers! The C-Series includes rugged cast aluminum strap pullers along with a smooth, strong, non-marring synthetic strap. They handle those long-reach pulling or lifting jobs up to 3,400 lbs. with no problem, while "One notch at a time" lowering is assured by the ratchet and pawl system.
KITO ED Series Electric Chain Hoists are engineered for lightweight, high-speed lifting with the flexibility of variable speeds. ED hoists are small enough to be portable, and they feature advanced hoist technology, easy serviceability, and industry-leading quality.
JET’s Sumo Grip Puller is lightweight, simple, and safe to operate, and can be used in any position to lift, pull, lower, or stretch heavy loads. The rope clamp system is easily disengaged with a lever, allowing smooth installation of wire rope. The parallel clamping system provides an evenly-distributed grip at a lower force, resulting in less rope wear.
All Slingmax® slings are made with Class 7 heavy duty webbing, which is made to a minimum tensile strength of 9800lbs per inch width. The synthetic webbing is Titan Supply’s most popular sling, and is perfect for those concerned with sling contamination or degradation.
Learn how Crosby uses the Quenched and Tempered heat treat process to ensure their hooks are superior to hooks that have been forged.