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Heavy rigging equipment generally refers to the process of attaching a load to a crane or hoist, which will then move the object. The rigging equipment is what attaches the load (the object being moved) to the crane or hoist. Specialized rigging gear is used for this process, and it must be strong enough to support the weight of the load.
Rigging equipment is used to support and move heavy objects. It can include ropes, pulleys, gantries and other hardware.
Hauling refers to the act of moving something from one place to another, while rigging generally refers to the process of connecting or assembling various parts or components. In some cases, such as with construction equipment, the terms may be used interchangeably. Hauling is typically done with a vehicle, such as a truck, while rigging often requires the use of pulleys, winches and other equipment.