EMC Light Duty Electric Chain Hoist 500lbs. 10 ft. Lift by Coffing
Availability: In stock
Regular Price: $1,167.00
Special Price $1,108.65
Coffing EMC Models are compact chain hoists designed for a variety of light duty applications. These models feature thermally protected motors.
Additional features and benefits include:
- Rated loads 300 and 500 pounds. 10-foot lift with 6-foot push button cord standard.
- Voltages - 115V, single phase motors only.
- Swivel top and bottom hooks with safety latches standard suspensions.
- Provided with grounded 3-prong plug for easy installation in any standard 115V outlet.
- Aluminum housing provides lightweight and compact strength and portability. Weighs less than 25 lbs.
- Upper and lower limit switches on chain models and upper paddle limit switch on wire rope model regulates load travel.
- Electromagnetic brake is quick acting for positive load control.
- Thermal motor protection standard to prevent overheating.
- Rated for intermittent duty applications (10-minute run time per hour maximum).
- LCC-05 chain container (shown) available for EMC models.
- UL Listed
- Lifetime warranty
|Freight Status||Ships by UPS|
|Electrification Type||Single Phase 115|
|Manufacturer Part Number||07632W|
|Chain Container||Not Included|
|Pendant Speeds||One Speed|
|Lift Height||10 ft.|
|Lift Speed||8 ft./min.|
|Lift Capacity||500 lbs.|
|Download Product Manual||N/A|
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