DOC High-Rise Material Hoisting

Are you racking up significant overtime costs moving materials after-hours and during weekends?

When the tower crane and elevators are busy, many contractors resort to moving materials during off-hours.  Keep overtime costs in check by adding a separate dedicated material hoisting system that can move materials during regular job site hours.

Capable of lifting 8,000lbs, the DOC® Material Hoist can handle longer, heavier materials than a construction elevator.  Delivering large loads like curtainwall, pipe, windows, and drywall is possible without slowing down the tower crane.  

 

Are contractors using the elevator to move materials?

DOC® Loading Platforms allow building materials to be delivered to any floor of the building without slowing down the elevator and adding costly delays.  Our Loading Decks can handle larger and heavier loads than a construction elevator, boosting productivity and traffic flowing on the job site.

When combined with the DOC® Material Hoist, the DOC® System provides a separate material hoisting solution that keeps tower cranes and elevators on-task.

A drawer for delivering bulky materials on any floor of the building.

Working like drawers, DOC Loading Platforms allow hook access to any floor of a high-rise construction building. With a 4-ton load capacity, DOC Loading Platforms can handle larger, heavier loads than a construction elevator.

Contractors save valuable time moving materials using the tower crane or DOC Material Hoist, instead of bogging down the elevator.

Our DOC Loading Platforms are the only fully retractable platforms on the market, and can be installed in almost any concrete or steel-framed building. Installing and relocating DOC Loading Platforms has never been easier, and can be accomplished with a DOC Material hoist, tower crane, or mobile crane in about 10 minutes.

The DOC Loading Platforms are available in 6.5 and 9.0 feet wide and are powered by a simple 110V AC outlet.

DOC High Rise Material Hoist

The benefits of using a DOC Material Hoist are becomming hard to ignore:

Description Width Max Deck Extension Deck Space Beam Length Max Capacity

6.5 Luffing Hoist with Deck

6.5ft
12ft
14ft
18ft
8,000lbs Hoist / 7,500lbs Platform

6.5 Luffing Hoist Modular/No Deck

6.5ft
N/A
N/A
18ft
8,000lbs

9.0 - 12.0 Platform

9ft
14ft
14ft
18ft
7,500lbs

6.5 - 12.0 Platform

6.5ft
12ft
14ft
18ft
7,500lbs

9.0 - 10.0 Platform

9ft
10ft
12ft
14ft
7,500lbs
How do you secure the hoist?

Shore post at back end between hoist beams and floor above. – Engineering by GC.

Typical roof applications, counterweight back end of hoist.  Engineering by GC / Counterweight = R1 Reaction Per Side.

Max Height or Cable Length

9/16 x 310ft

Hoist Power Requirements

480v – 3 Phase Power: fused 100amp

Platform Power Requirements

110v

Maintenance Requirements

Periodic inspection / cable inspection daily

Life Expectancy of Cable

Use – wear factor will determine

Hoist Rate Of Speed

Low Speed: 97ft First Layer Per Min. to 140′ 5th Layer Per Min.

High Speed:  136ft First Layer Per Min. to 205′ 5th Layer Per Min.

For More Information visit www.dochoist.com​

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