Renfroe Model FR ½ Ton Vertical Lifting Locking Lifting Clamp 1.25” - 1.75”
Availability: In stock
Regular Price: $373.36
Special Price $330.43
Vertical Lifting Locking
The Model FR is a vertical lifting tool for relatively light work. It is small and easy to handle in capacities through three tons.
It incorporates a "Lock Closed" feature which facilitates attaching the clamp to the plate.
An Application, Operation and Maintenance Manual is packaged with each Renfroe® product. Repair Kits are also available for most Renfroe® lifting clamps. We encourage caution when using lifting devices. Refer to the Operating Aids section for important handling information.
|Freight Status||Ships by UPS|
|Manufacturer Part Number||N/A|
|Plate Thickness (inches)||1.25 - 1.75|
|Lifting Capacity||1/2 ton|
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