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All Lifting and Safety is proud to be an Australian owned and operated lifting, rigging and height safety supplier. We are the leading industrial brand when it comes to chain hoists, rigging equipment, lifting slings, lifting beams and much more. In fact we have over 1,500 products available.

We offer a full-service solution for onsite and offsite safety inspections, as well as high quality lifting and rigging products within our online store. We have been helping Australian businesses for more than 40 years, and can assist with all of your lifting, rigging and height safety needs.

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WHAT ARE MAGNET LIFTERS

Magnetic Lifters are high-powered magnetic devices that are used to help lift heavy objects. Technically speaking, a magnetic lifter, magnet lifter or lifting magnet, as they are often known, is a piece of lifting device used to lift objects such...

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Your Essential Guide to Round Slings

Round slings are a very common item used in many different industries that can assist your lifting application but how do you know what sort of round sling to use? To perform lifts well, you must first understand the capacity...

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WHAT IS A SNATCH BLOCK - ALL LIFTING

WHAT IS A SNATCH BLOCK

A snatch block is a pulley that’s covered by a clever metal case and it is used with winches to pull rope. Snatch blocks are used as a pulley point in vehicle-based winch recoveries to redirect the course of a...

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