JR Clancy Offers New Rigging Hoists; PowerLine, StageHand, StageHand+, Titan

JR Clancy continues to evolve the world of stage rigging and motor control with their latest line of products. JR Clancy just announced four new products to their lineup. The PowerLine Line Shaft Hoist, StageHand Manual Hoist, StageHand+ Motorized Hoist and the Titan Automated Hoist.

PowerLine

The PowerLine provides a wide range of speeds and capacities, making it a versatile performer. Applications include scenery, lighting sets, curtains, and front-of-house lighting. These hoists have minimal side loading on the building structure, simplifying building steel and making these hoists excellent for retrofits in older buildings. Learn more about the PowerLine Line Shaft Hoist by downloading the spec sheet.

StageHand

StageHand you get extraordinary lifting capacity for an economical price.  Manual utility hoists for access to lighting sets, masking curtains, and other items that do not move as part of a performance. The hoist can be padlocked for security. The StageHand hoist shall not be used to lift humans. Learn more about the StageHand Hoist by downloading the spec sheet.

 

StageHand+

StageHand+ you get extraordinary lifting capacity for an economical price. A motorized utility hoists for access to lighting sets, masking curtains, and other items that do not move as part of a performance all at the push of a button. The hoist can be padlocked for security. The StageHand hoist shall not be used to lift humans. Learn more about the StageHand Hoist by downloading the spec sheet.

 

Titan

Clancy has been building big, custom performance hoists for many years. The Titan hoist is a semi-custom hoist providing high speed and high capacity in a compact package.  These performance hoists are used in major performing arts centers, opera houses, and concert halls. Learn more about the Titan Hoist by downloading the spec sheet.

 

You can always visit JR Clancy’s website at www.jrclancy.com to learn more and to get system quotes.

 

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