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EHEngland Hockey
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EHElectronic Harassment
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EHEmperor's Hammer (Star Wars gaming fan group)
EHEhrenhalber (German: Honoris Causa)
EHEscort Helicopter
EHEngineering House
EHEmerald Heights (retirement home)
EHEnglish Hardness (water)
EHEbon Hawk (Star Wars ship)
EHEusoff Hall (National University of Singapore)
EHSahara Español (Western Sahara, ISO code)
EHEmpty Height
EHEastern Hancock (high school)
EHEnfield Homes (Enfield, UK)
EHElectronic Warfare Helicopter (US Army)
EHExercise Head
EHEquivalent Hertz
EHEvaluation Headquarters
EHEncyclopedia Holistica
EHExtremely High Risk Rating
EHSymbol for standard oxidation-reduction potential
EHEngrossed in the House of Representatives (bill status)
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Using an electric hoist for such an application means careful selection based on its IP protection class rating, which denotes its ability to resist the ingress of solids and moisture.
The hydraulic hoists replaced decades-old electric hoists. In its claim, EWEB says the hydraulic hoists are unsuited to lifting the massive 86-year-old rollgates, which weigh 100 tons apiece.
FEATURES OF JOHN'S HOME Bigger rooms and doorways so he can move freely in his wheelchair; large car port at the front for sheltered access to specialist vehicles; family bathroom plus a specially designed bathroom for John, with a bath and sink that can be raised electronically and accessed by an electric hoist from his bedroom to the bathroom; a hoist from his grandmother Frances' room to help move her from bed to wheelchair in the future; another hoist in the lounge to help John move from his wheelchair onto the sofa or the floor so he can join in with family activities.
"An assessment was carried out which concluded that she needed an electric hoist to enable her to return home.
Two hydraulic rams with contoured end-plates press opposing sides of bulk bags, which can be raised and lowered for conditioning at varying heights using an electric hoist. The hoist assembly includes a motorized trolley to allow loading and unloading of bulk bags without the need of a forklift.
A Porta 150 electric hoist is available for a small additional charge.
All the cash raised will go towards a pounds 2,500 electric hoist, which will help bed-ridden patients to move around.
The enhanced personal care facility consists of a toilet and washbasin at wheelchair height, a changing table and an electric hoist, which can move a person from table to toilet and back.
BFC models have a cantilevered I-beam with electric hoist and trolley to raise and position bulk bags without a forklift.
Six weeks later, a hydraulic hoist, which overcame the disadvantages of the electric hoist, was installed and successfully tested, leading to its adoption for service use.
The Lifter range includes manual or electric hoist as well as push/pull or traction movement with load capacities from 900 to 1,600kg and lift heights from 900 to 4,500mm.
It features a special ramp and electric hoist to lower dogs into its warm waters.