Clearance need to accommodate the BREWHA Lift Beam
BREWHA supplies two CSA/ASME certified hoists by Kito/Harrington. The electric SER hoist has 18" of head (from the bottom of the gantry to the lift hook). The manual SHB hoist has 4.5" of head (from bottom of the gantry to the lift hook).
The image below shows the dimensions from the heavy lift lug inside the Mash Colander to the hoist lift hook (from the lift lug to the top of the Colander is 7cm/2.5"). Since most 2000lb I-beams (the most common size for 1.5-5BBL systems) are normally 15cm/6" (4000lb I-beams for 7BBL are normally 8"), with the SER hoist you would therefore need minimum 35.5" above the combined height of the Mash Colander and Fermenter (6" for I-beam, 18" for the hoist, 14" for the lift mechanism (less 2.5" which is the length the swivel eye hook is inside the Colander), and with the SHB hoist you would need minimum 22" (6" for I-beam, 4.5" for the hoist, 14" for the lift mechanism (less 2.5" which is the length the swivel eye hook is inside the Colander).
There are a few ways customers have reduced the clearance needed, such as drilling a new hole on the lift beam for the swivel eye hook shackle approximately 5cm/2" above the existing one and/or removing the swivel eye hook entirely (the one connecting to the Mash Colander lift lugs) and connecting the shackle directly to the Mash Colander (gaining ~12cm/5").