Compact – Robust – Safe

With ten-thousands of chain hoists sold world­wi­de, hund­reds of big-name users and too many app­li­ca­ti­ons to count, Chain­Mas­ter is a world lea­der in the deve­lop­ment and pro­duc­tion of chain hoists adap­ted to the rigo­urs of day-to-day sta­ge use.
Our ran­ge inclu­des dri­ves for dai­ly use in the many fields of modern events tech­no­lo­gy.
All demands – from instal­la­ti­on work to com­plex sce­ne chan­ges and custo­mer-spe­ci­fic app­li­ca­ti­ons for thea­tres, ope­ra houses, TV stu­di­os, mul­ti-func­tion halls and the tou­ring sec­tor – are met with solu­ti­ons desi­gned and imple­men­ted in clo­se coope­ra­ti­on with users.
Through the use of a wide ran­ge of auxi­li­a­ry equip­ment offe­ring opti­mal per­for­mance, it is pos­si­ble to assem­ble the basic com­pon­ents for every con­ceiva­ble case, and use them in accordance with a very wide ran­ge of natio­nal and inter­na­tio­nal gui­de­li­nes and safe­ty stan­dards.


The com­pact form, robust alu­mi­ni­um casing and low unla­den weight of Chain­Mas­ter rig­ging lifts gua­ran­tee opti­mal hand­ling in day-to-day use. An exten­si­ve selec­tion of optio­nal …

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Increa­sed safe­ty, fle­xi­bi­li­ty and effi­ci­ent rig­ging for com­plex loads are the main fea­tures of BGV D8Plus chain hoists. Chain­Mas­ter first pre­sen­ted the con­cept to the Berufs­ge­nos­sen­schaft …

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Whe­ther for instal­la­ti­on work or com­plex sce­ne chan­ges, ChainMaster‘s BGV C1 hoists are used world­wi­de. Alrea­dy in 1994, we were able to pre­sent the world‘s first cer­ti­fied chain hoist …

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Sin­ce it was first intro­du­ced in 1998 at the PLASA show in Lon­don after an eigh­te­en-month deve­lop­ment and tes­ting pha­se, the Chain­Mas­ter VarioLift—at the time, the first device of  …

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Video cubes and other very hea­vy loads con­sti­tu­te the princi­pal field of app­li­ca­ti­on of ChainMaster‘s Jum­bo Lifts. Depen­ding upon the type of load and the safe­ty requi­re­ments, …

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