2 Ton Electric Chain Hoist Two Speed Street Crane LX Hook Mounted
Buy a 2 two speed electric chain hoist for the same price or less than most single speed hoist. With This Street LX Series 2 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.
A hoist for tomorrow’s world in which, only the most productive will prosper.
Availability: In stock
Regular Price: $2,869.00
Special Price $2,435.00
Capacity: 2 US Tons
(Main) Hoist Model Ref.: LX031A-M52000-014-2-0-460660U15-00H-06
Hoist Type: LX Hook Suspension
Flange Width: n/a
Hoist Class: H2
CT Class: D
Height of Lift: 19' 8"
(Main) Hoist speeds: 15.7/3.94 ft/min
Trolley speeds: n/a
Supply: 460V 3 Phase 60Hz
Control Voltage: 110V
Control Type: By low voltage pendant fixed to the hoist
Location: Indoor Clean
Temperature Range: +14 to +104 ºF at an altitude less than 3280 ft
Service Conditions: Normal to CMAA
Approx. hoist weight: 135 lbs
The LX Electric Chain Hoist is Street Crane's premier lifting hoist. This hoist provides precision lifting and durability at surprisingly attractive prices. The LX hoist is designed to meet the need for ultra efficient lifting and material handling in today’s competitive world. This new generation hoisting technology is based on a highly modular and versatile concept with a huge number of hoist and trolley constructions.
The LX range is available in capacities from 1/8 ton up to 5 ton in almost every world supply voltage with single and dual speed options. Hoists are available in standard headroom construction or low headroom with chain diverter. LX hoists are designed for applications with eye suspension or powered, push, or hand geared trolley. All capacities are available at with a wide variety of hoist speeds. All standard models are manufactured with rated capacities in metric tonnes or U.S. tons.
Solo or integrated, pendant or remote control
- Standard 48 Volt push-button pendant for solo hoists
- Solo radio remote control
- Integrated pendant or remote radio for bridge crane and jib solutions
Standard or low headroom construction
The Street LX chain hoist is one of the most comprehensive ranges of electric chain hoist in the market with global distribution. All models and capacities are available in standard headroom construction with a range of adjustable powered or push trolleys. These are designed for monorail or single beam applications such as bridge cranes or jib cranes but twin beam solutions are also possible. Additionally eye suspension models for stationary hoist applications or applications with suspension trolley such as light crane and profile track systems are included in the range.
- Durable polyurethane powder coating
- DIN standard hook with safety catch
- Spring loaded safety catch fitted as standard
- Powerful 3 phase motor
- Improved ventilation to protect against overheating
- Single or dual speed
- Class “F” insulation
- I.P 54 or I.P 55 protection (depending on model)
- 50 or 60 Hz solutions
- Available in almost every world supply voltage
- Heavy duty long life hoist disc brake
- Low maintenance
- High efficiency
- Asbestos free linings
- Easy adjustment
CNC Machined Hoist Gearbox
- High performance low noise
- Hardened and heat treated gears
- Compact design
- Operates efficiently from -20 to +50°C (-4 to 122°F)
Overload protection / hoist and lower limit switches
- Friction type torque limiting slipping clutch
- Prevents over hoisting and over lowering
- Easy adjustment
- Prevents operator overloading the hoist
- Effective protection of the hoist motor
Durable chain, drive sprocket and guide
- High accuracy CNC machined drive sprocket
- Geometrically precise chain
- High tensile zinc coated
- High resistance to wear and corrosion
- Precision calibrated chain guide
- Compact durable chain collection container
- Various sizes depending on chain length
Optional equipment and specifications
- Quick release electrics with plug and sockets for crane applications
- Trolley limit switch
- I.P 55 and I.P 65 electrical enclosures
- Upper and lower limit switches (standard on all LX3 models)
- Single phase 230v and 110v solutions.
- Inverter on trolley motion
|Freight Status||Call 1-800-509-6131 for Freight Quote.|
|Electrification Type||Three Phase 460|
|Manufacturer Part Number||LX031A-M52000-014-2-0-460660U15-00H-06|
|Chain Container||Included Free!|
|Pendant Speeds||One Speed|
|Lift Height||19 ft. 8 in.|
|Lift Speed||15.7/3.94 ft./min.|
|Lift Capacity||2 Ton|
|Download Product Manual||N/A|
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