1 Ton Electric Chain Hoist Two Speed Street LX Series
Buy a 2 two speed electric chain hoist for the same price or less than most single speed hoist. With This Street LX Series 1 ton Electric Chain hoist you get 19'8 of lift and a hook mount suspension with precision two speed pendant control. The fine European designed and built LX Series electric chain hoists are in stock and ready to ship from our Elkhart, Indiana warehouse.
Availability: In stock
Regular Price: $2,259.00
Special Price $1,785.00
Capacity: 1 US Tons
(Main) Hoist Model Ref.: LX011A-M51000-015-2-0-46060U15-00H-06
Hoist Type: LX Hook Suspension
Flange Width: n/a
Hoist Class: H2
CT Class: D
Height of Lift: 19' 8"
(Main) Hoist speeds: 16.4/3.94 ft/min
Trolley speeds: n/a
Supply: 460V 3 Phase 60Hz
Control Voltage: 110V
Control Type: By low voltage pendant fixed to the hoist
(Main) Hoist motor power (approx.): 2.9/0.64 hp
Location: Indoor Clean
Temperature Range: +14 to +104 ºF at an altitude less than 3280 ft
Service Conditions: Normal to CMAA
Approx. hoist weight: 104 lbs
|Freight Status||Free Freight Included to Lower 48 States.|
|Electrification Type||Three Phase 460|
|Manufacturer Part Number||LX011A-M51000-015-2-0|
|Chain Container||Included Free!|
|Pendant Speeds||Two Speed|
|Lift Height||19 ft. 8 in.|
|Lift Speed||16.4/5.25 ft./min.|
|Lift Capacity||1 Ton|
|Download Product Manual||LX_0.5_and_1_ton_Hook_Mount_460v_Specifications.pdf|
Jib cranes are the most cost effective and versatile type of lifting equipment. They are great for use in production lines to keep machining cells, workstations and warehouse production moving. Jib cranes also work well to aid larger overhead crane systems. Jib cranes are easy to install and cost effective, with less structural limitations than other material handling options.
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