1/2 ton Harrington NER Electric Chain Hoist 10 ft. lift 15 fpm W/ Chain Container
All NER Hoist Ship Pre-Wired for 460-3-60 Three Phase power. Please specify inf you would like it Configure for 230v three phase for no additional charge in additional instruction area.
Availability: In stock
Regular Price: $2,667.00
Special Price $1,825.00
Harrington's (N)ER enhanced features three phase electric chain hoists are equipped with the latest technology in the market today. All models include a low headroom, lightweight body with a fan-cooled motor, standard thermal motor protection and a count hour meter for preventive maintenance.
Features and Benefits
Certified and listed to UL 1340 “standard for hoists.”
Easy Access Suspension
External pins allow for quick change from hook to lug for trolley mount configurations on most models.
Built smarter without the use of harmful materials. Environmentally friendly. RoHS compliant.
Notched Hook and Latch System
Provides positive closing and improves resistance against lateral forces.
low-profile upper and lower limit switches are standard.
Extended Chain Life
Decreased chain wear as a result of a revolutionary heat treatment process, improved material and chain size.
High Air Flow
Cooler motor and brake attributed to an engineered motor fin, fan blade and fan cover design.
Unique Load Sheave
Increased number of pockets reduce chain vibration and increase chain life. 5 pockets standard; 6 pockets on smaller body hoists.
Friction Clutch and Load Brake Friction clutch is standard on NER/ER models and friction clutch with mechanical load brake standard on ER models. Carbon friction material provides consistent performance over a wide temperature range.
Standard Count Hour Meter Records and displays the number of lowering starts and hoist on time which is valuable for preventive maintenance. Integral to VFD on dual speed models.
Mechanically interlocked, heavy-duty contactors on single speed models.
High Strength, Corrosion and Wear Resistant Load Chain Grade 80, super strength, nickel- plated load chain, certified to
DIN standards, uses unique technology to greatly increase resistance to fatigue and wear.
“The Guardian”: Smart Brake Technology
A current driven electromagnetic brake does not release unless the motor is energized. 10 year hoist brake warranty.
|Freight Status||Ships LTL Freight|
|Electrification Type||Three Phase 460|
|Manufacturer Part Number||NER005L-10-CT|
|Chain Container||Included additional Charge|
|Pendant Speeds||One Speed|
|Lift Height||10 ft.|
|Lift Speed||15 ft./min.|
|Lift Capacity||1/2 Ton|
|Download Product Manual||N/A|
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