Below-the-Hook lifting devices are used for attaching a load to a hoist, consisting of interrelated parts like slings and hooks, by holding and securing a load to ensure safe and steady mobility from one location to the next. Typically, below-the-hook lifting devices are mechanical, but these lifting devices can also be operated electronically, pneumatically, or hydraulically for an added dimension of lifting capabilities. At Crane Depot, we can supply you with the perfect below-the-hook lifting device for your industrial material handling operations. From coil hooks used for lifting a coil through its inner diameter to lifting beams comprised of a long beam and multiple load-lifting points used in low headroom applications, Crane Depot supplies the largest variety of below-the-hook lifting devices for cranes and other material handling and lifting machines. Contact us today!