Ratchet Puller
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Ratchet Puller

  • - Ratchet mechanism for incremental movement and control
  • - Cable or chain with hooks for secure attachment to loads and anchor points
  • - Sturdy frame for durability and stability
  • - Manual operation for versatility and portability
  • - Provides mechanical advantage for exerting force with minimal effort


A ratchet puller, also known as a come-along or cable puller, is a versatile hand-operated tool used for lifting, pulling, and tensioning heavy loads. It consists of a ratchet mechanism that allows for incremental movement and a cable or chain with hooks at both ends.

The ratchet puller typically has a sturdy frame with a handle for operation. One end of the cable or chain is attached to the load, while the other end is secured to a fixed anchor point. By pulling the handle, the ratchet mechanism engages, allowing the user to apply force and gradually move the load.

Ratchet pullers are commonly used in a variety of applications, such as construction, automotive, agriculture, and industrial settings. They are useful for tasks such as pulling vehicles out of ditches, tensioning fences or wires, removing tree stumps, and lifting heavy objects. The mechanical advantage provided by the ratchet mechanism makes it easier to exert significant force with minimal effort.

It's important to note that ratchet pullers have specific weight and load capacity ratings, and it is crucial to use them within their specified limits to ensure safety and prevent equipment failure. Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines and instructions when using a ratchet puller and take appropriate safety precautions.


  • - Moving heavy machinery or equipment within an industrial facility
  • - Tensioning and securing cables, wires, or ropes for structural support
  • - Pulling or straightening metal components during fabrication or repair work
  • - Assisting in the installation of heavy equipment or fixtures
  • - Removing or replacing large industrial components, such as motors or pumps
  • - Lifting or positioning heavy materials or supplies in warehouses or storage areas
  • - Assisting in the disassembly or demolition of structures or machinery
  • - Tensioning or tightening conveyor belts for optimal operation
  • - Extracting stuck or jammed parts or machinery
  • - Supporting and stabilizing loads during construction or maintenance tasks.


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