Electric Chain Hoists

A electric chain hoist is a device used for lifting or lowering a load by means of a drum or lift-wheel around which rope or chain wraps. It may be manually operated, electrically or pneumatically driven and may use chain, fiber or wire rope as its lifting medium. The load is attached to the hoist by means of a lifting hook.

Send Requirement :


Request a Quote  **Free

No registration, no credit cards required.


Top Brands and Manufacturers

Show All Hide

Manufacturer and Suppliers for Electric Chain Hoists


Detailed Description for Electric Chain Hoists

SPECIFICATIONS:

·  Available in 3 Phase & 1 Phase

·  Indigenously developed. Mechanical Parts manufactured as per IS: 3832

·  Hooks: As per IS: 15560 - 2005

·  Load Chain: 8 mm, Grade 80, Alloy Steel Material as per IS: 6216

·  Load Chain Wheel: S.G. Iron Casting – Accurately pocketed

·  Gears: Alloy Steel Material, precise machined, gear hobbed & case hardened – duly annealed. Gears shall be lubricated with a semi-liquid grease instead of oil, which is less likely to leak, eliminates oil level checks and clings to the gears even after long idle periods.

·  Motor: Foot Mounted Motor – operating on 415 Volts, 3 Phase/ 1 Phase, 50 Hz AC Supply

·  Braking Mechanism: Screw & Friction Disc Type – Self actuating

·  Control Panel Unit: Totally enclosed to protect from Weather, giving output at 24 Volts to the Operational Control Station (Push Button Station).

·  Operational Control Station: Suspended from Hoist with a Cable & supporting Wire rope – with two push buttons extendable to four / six push button station. Operated with 24 Volts.

 


Question And Answer

Get Prices

Answers to your queries


Buying Tip- See what like buyers had to say!



SUBMIT