Multipurpose, Portable, Universal, Gearless, Hand operated Pulling and Lifting machine, Supplied complete with telescopic, operating handle and standard Length of super flex steel fibre-mixed core wire-rope fitted with Hook or Shackle at one end and fused and tapered at the other end.

Pulling & Lifting Machines Hy-Tack XL Series 2005

Technical Specifications
Dimensions (Approx.)
515 x 265 x 110
600 x 360 x 155
620 x 360 x 155
720 x 400 x 160
810 x 465 x 190
Capacity (SWL) (kgs) Lifting, Pulling
750, 1250
1600, 2600
2000, 3000
3200, 5200
5000, 8000
Length of Telescopic operating handle (Approx.)
54/72 cm
66/104 cm
70/130 cm
79/118 cm
120/145 cm
Effort at full load (Approx.) kgs
Rope travel per Return stroke (Approx.) mm
Diameter of wire Rope (mm)
Standard Length with Each machine (meters)
breaking Load of wire rope (Approx.)
4.5 Tons
9.0 Tons
10.0 Tons
18.0 Tons
24.0 Tons
Exclusive Features
Made from CRC sheet (Galvanized) or Graded Aluminium for
light weight a high factor of safety.
Made from Special Alloy Steel, Accurately Machined, so as
to avoid slippage of wire rope.
Jaw Limits:
Are made from special steel & heat treated for greater strength.
Hooks / D-shackles:
Fitted with Alloy steel Forged Hooks or D-shackle to make
it feasible to be able to fit it at any place.
Wore Ropes:
Super flex Steel Fiber -mixed are, manufactured as IS. 226.
Accepted & Widely used by
  • Railways
  • Mines and Quarries
  • Navigator
  • Electricity Board’s
  • Dockyards
  • Road Transports
  • Heavy Industries etc.
Increase of Pulling and Lifting Power:
Lifting - machine anchored above load

Lifting - machine anchored to load

Lifting - machine anchored at ground level

Pulling - Case No. 1

Pulling - Case No. 2

Pulling - machine attached to load


For General Work on Site:

Many applications for bridge building such as:

  • Moving of support for concrete forms
  • Support of under-slung formwork
  • Pulling per-cost concrete beams, etc,
Fig 4.1
Fig 4.2
Fig 4.3
Fig 4.4
Railway uses ( buildings and permanent way):
  • Siting and joining of rails (fig.4.2)
  • Assembling, dismantling or maintenance of points and crossing with smaller teams and without the risk of distortion of the track
  • Replacement of electric cable in gutters or under the track
  • Lifting sections of track for replacing ballast and sleepers
  • Cable tnsioning for points and signals
  • Lifting (or removal) of pylons and signals (fig. 4.1)
  • Maintenance and tensioning of catenaries, etc.
  • Emergency operation of frozen points
  • Re-railing work
  • Replacing friction buffer stops
  • Giding & lifting rails
  • Loading trucks on lorries in case of changing track (railway tracks of different gauge)
  • Shunting or unloading wagons in small stations, etc.
  • Removing crash wreckage
  • Equipment of plate-layer special trucks (welded rails 215m. long.)
  • Replacing ballasts with gantry cranes
  • Checking compression and rod-system of steam engine
  • Equipment for rescue carriage and trains
Pipe laying and joining.
  • Special rigs have been constructed using Pulling Lifting Machines for the jobs of both laying large diameter concrete pipes and for pulling them together for jointing (fig. 2.1 & 2.2)
  • Cleaning out pipes and sewers
  • Pulling a carriage through steel pipelines for welding, x-ray inspection of welding joints concrete coating, etc.
  • Positioning of pipes for welding (fig.2.3)
  • Under water pipeslines assembly (fig.2.4)
  • pulling pipes through tunnels (fig.2.5)
fig. 2.1
Fig. 2.2
Fig 2.3
Fig 2.4
Fig 2.5
For Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering
  • Handling large plates
  • Erecting masts and booms
  • Suspending welders', riveters' and painters' cradles (fig3.3)
  • Centralizing ship in dry dock (fig.3.1)
  • Lifting engine covers
  • Installing engines (fig.3.4)
  • Pulling through tail shafts
  • Installing and removing propellers
  • Emergency operation of davits
  • Opening hatches
  • Handling hold covers (Mc Gregor system)
  • Lifting small boats out of the water (fig 3.5)
  • Dragging boats ashore
  • Pulling together pushers and barges of floating merchandise trains (fig.3.2)
fig. 3.1
Fig. 3.2
Fig 3.3
Fig 3.4
Fig 3.5
Fig 1.1
Fig 1.2
  • Debogging of trucks (fig1.1)
  • Tensioning heavy and bulk loads on trucks (fig.1.2)
  • Loading onto trucks (fig.1.3)
Rigging and maintenance of construction euipment
  • Changing and tensioning tracks and conveyor belts
  • Changing and tensioning excavator ropes (fig1.4)
  • Handling excavator jibs
  • Erecting tower cranes (fig 1.5)
  • Removal of a site cabin (fig 1.6)
  • Tensioning of safety-nets on construction sites (fig1.7)
Fixing heavy girders
  • When a girder is lowered in position by a crane, it may not be in a suitable position for bolt hole line-up, A Pulling Lifting Machine can be used to pull it until holes line-up.
Erecting steel silos
  • Assemble at ground level, then lift section after section (fig.1.8 & 1.9)
Fig. 1.3
Fig 1.4
Fig 1.5
Fig 1.6
Fig 1.7
Fig 1.8
Fig 1.9