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FLAT MOUNT PULLEYS

A flat mount pulley block, also known as a center board pulley block, is a permanently mountable block offering two mounting holes to affix it for static applications. A flat mount pulley block is firmly attached to the wall, ceiling or a firm, flat surface to insure stability in the block itself. Block Division’s industrial grade flat mount pulley blocks can be affixed with threaded fasteners to a substrate wood, metal or masonry, and can be used for wire rope, fibrous rope or nylon. A snatch pin option is also available. This allows the user to remove the pin in order to replace the sheave.

Block Division’s pulley blocks are made with a zinc electroplating, which offers corrosion resistance and is an excellent finish for both indoor and outdoor use. Block Division also offers our flat mount blocks in a stainless steel finish. This type of finish is normally required for use by the food and beverage industry. It is also an excellent finish for use in applications with extreme exposure to dust, chemicals or environmental (such as salt water).

Replacement sheaves are also available.

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FLAT MOUNT BLOCKS USES & APPLICATIONS

There are many uses (product applications) for these versatile blocks, such as:

  • Stage and scenery applications for raising and lowering curtatins or wall dividers
  • Flag pole manufacturing
  • Game feeders and field processing of game in hunting use
  • Commercial carpet cleaning
  • Routing of cable for large Recreational Vehicles and RV break lines
  • Glass manufacturing, track doors and windows
  • Sporting and athletic equipment, including basketball goals, batting cages, volleyball stands and various netting retrieval, such as for volleyball, soccer or tennis)
  • Manufacturing use, such as awnings and shades, cranes and hoists, machine welding shops, tool and die, wire rope or sling, foundaries, scaffolding, material handling and lifting.
  • Marine use, such as boat lifts, lifting personal watercraft, boat cradle, boat rigging, boat docks, commercial fishing
  • Gates, garages and overhead door use, in such uses as a hangar, barn or workshop.
  • Commercial use, such as lighting, communication towers, flag pole manufacturing, drapery cleaning and geological uses.
  • Handicap lifts and rigs
  • Nurseries and green houses
  • Agriculture, such as harvesting equipment and trailer doors
  • Transportation use, such as airline hanger doors
  • Zoos; Animal use, such as animal transportation, zoo cages and zoo cage doors.

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