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Yale YJL 2 Ton Electric Chain Hoist 15 ft Lift YJL2-15TH8S2

Model:  YJL2-15TH8S2


Capacity:  2 Ton


Lift Height:  15 Foot


Lift Speed: 8 FPM


Voltage: 115 volt single phase  ( Three phase 230/460V also available.)


Chain container, Upper Hook included with hoist.

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $4,088.16

Special Price $2,657.10

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Yale YJL Electric Chain Hoists are compact in size with standard features such as a multiple disc motor brake, overload clutch, and adjustable limit switches. 

Additional features and benefits include:

  • Voltage - 115 - single phase
  • Weather Resistant NEMA 3R enclosure.
  • Increased chain and sheave engagement 25% over hoists with conventional fourpocket sheaves. Provides smoother lifting and reduces chain wear.
  • Mechanical Overload Protection Device protects hoist, operator, and supporting structures from damaging overloads, chain jamming and reverse phasing.
  • Limit Switches adjustable to regulate upper and lower load travel.
  • Multiple Disc Motor Brake heavy-duty design for reliable operation. Direct acting for positive load holding and spotting.
  • Precision machined alloy steel gears run in oil bath for longer, quieter operation.
  • Lifetime warranty.

Model:  YJL2-15TH8S2

Capacity:  2 Ton

Lift Height:  20 Ft. 

Lift Speed: 8 FPM

Voltage: 115 volt single phase  ( Three phase 230/460V also available.)

Chain container, Upper Hook included with hoist.

Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 125.0000
Freight Status Ships by UPS
Manufacturer Yale
Electrification Type Single Phase 115
Manufacturer Part Number YJL2-15TH8S2
Chain Container Included Free!
Pendant Speeds One Speed
Lift Height 15 ft.
Lift Speed 8 ft./min.
Lift Capacity 2 Ton
Download Product Manual Yale_YJLElectric_Chain_Hoist_Manual.pdf
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