CF 1/2 ton Hand Chain Hoist by Harrington 20 ft. of Lift

Harrington's CF hand chain hoists were designed for portability and durability. These hoists are the economical and practical choice for efficient, trouble-free service. The CF model is a long-lasting construction grade hoist that offers the best value in a hand chain hoist.

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Regular Price: $422.00

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CF Hand Chain Hoist

1⁄2 through 5 ton capacity

 

Harrington CF hand chain hoists give you a practical alternative thanks to an economical design using fewer parts for trouble-free service. Outstanding durability is due to a die-cast aluminum body and high-strength, heat-treated main pinion shaft and load gear. Pre-lubricated ball bearings, precision machined gears, and Weston-style load brake make lifting smooth and easy while allowing long service and low maintenance.

 

Many Benefits From More Features:

  • Experience exceptional strength with a thick die cast aluminum body.
  • Handle tough demands with high-strength, heat-treated main pinion shaft and load gear.
  • Get positive braking action with Weston-style load brake incorporating two moisture-resistant brake pads with four braking surfaces.
  • Minimize manual effort thanks to smooth running, pre-lubricated ball bearings, and precision machined drive train components.
  • simplify maintenance with fewer parts and an easy-to-work-on design.

 

Capabilities To Count On:

  • 10-foot lift is standard, 15- and 20-foot lifts are also stocked; nonstandard lifts and hand chain drops available as well.
  • Grade 100 heat-treated manganese alloy load chain resists abrasion and wear while minimizing chain weight.
  • Forged and heat-treated alloy steel hooks are designed to open slowly and not fracture under excessive loads.
  • Test certificate verifies that every hoist has been factory load tested to 125% of rated capacity, in accordance with ASME B30.16 requirements.
Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 34.0000
Freight Status No
Manufacturer Harrington
Manufacturer Part Number CF005-20
Lift Height 20 ft.
Lift Capacity 1/2 Ton
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