This robust, heavy-duty chain hoist, capable of quickly and efficiently lifting loads weighing up to 3 tonnes, is the perfect lifting mechanism for builders, contractors, engineers and mechanics. Ideal for many industrial applications, the hoists simple to use design makes it perfect for use in conjunction with temporary installations, such as scaffolding towers, to provide a safe and reliable way of lifting equipment up to the work platform. This hard-wearing hoist is also capable of performing reliable, safe hoisting on construction sites, as well as in workshops, garages and warehouses. With its high quality gearing system, housed inside a solid steel casing, and durable chain sprocket supporting the strong 12m grade 80 steel chain, this durable hoist is capable of safely and securely lifting loads up to 3 tonnes. The hoists extremely efficient and durable design converts your light-duty, low force input into a powerful, heavy-duty output. To ensure the hoist achieves the high safety standards needed from a heavy-duty industrial piece of equipment, the hoist features a load pressure brake which holds in every position, and suspension hooks which feature extremely secure catches. This create a safe, hard-wearing hoist, capable of withstanding the rigours of heavy-duty use in the demanding industrial environment. You should only use this hoist for vertical lifting. Do not exceed the hoists maximum lifting weight limit. You must wear appropriate protective equipment - including a hard hat, toe-capped boots and heavy-duty working gloves, to reduce the risk of injury.
365216: Chain Hoist - Manual
Use: Safety Boots
Use: Safety Gloves
Use: Safety Helmet / Hard Hat
Keep Safety Hook & Catches Closed
Vertical Lifting Only
Use: Power Breaker
Use: Web Slings & Shackles
Status: Ready to Hire
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