Coffing JLC Electric Chain Hoist Single Phase 10 ft. Lift 1/2 ton 16 fpm

COFFING JLC Models - Designed for industrial duty performance. Compact in size, the JLC features a multiple disc motor brake, overload clutch, and chain end stop for safety.
Single phase hoist ship with 115v 60hz configuration unless specified in check out notes.

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Designed for industrial duty performance.  Compact in size, the JLC features a multiple disc motor brake, overload clutch, and chain end stop for safety.


  • CAPACITIES & LIFTS -  Rated loads from 1/8 to 2 Tons, with 10, 15, and 20-foot standard lifts.  Standard push button drop is 4-feet less than lift. CSA approved.
  • VOLTAGES -  115/230 - single phase; 230/460, 208, 380, 415, 575 - three phase, 60 hertz standard, 50 hertz available.
  • TWO-SPEED HOIST MODELS -  Optional with 3 to 1 speed ratio, three-phase, single voltage only.
  • LIMIT SWITCHES -  Adjustable to regulate upper and lower load travel. Brass nuts standard for improved repeatability and chain positioning.
  • OIL BATH TRANSMISSION -  Precision machined alloy steel gears run in oil bath for longer, quieter operation.
  • NEMA 3R PUSH BUTTON STATION -  Ergonomic design fits operator’s hand for thumb or two-handed operation.  24 Volt Control for operator safety.  115 Volt Control available upon request.
  • ACCESSORIES  -  Full line of accessories available, including Variable Frequency Drives. Call for details.
  • CHAIN CONTAINER  -  Standard on lifts up to 20 ft. single chain / 10 ft. double chain. Chain containers available for longer lifts Hoosier Crane has included chain container with all models.
  • Panel Plate: Provides easy access tocontrols and motor leads forchanging voltage on dualvoltagemotors or performinghoist maintenance. Connectionwires are numbered to assistmaintenance.
  • Five-Pocket Load Sheave:  Increases chain and sheaveengagement 25% over hoistswith conventional four-pocketsheaves. Provides smootherlifting and reduces chain wearover four-pocket sheaves.
  • FRAME -  Compact aluminum housing for portability and ease of installation.

Single phase hoist ship with 115v 60hz configuration unless specified in check out notes.

Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 79
Freight Status Ships LTL Freight
Manufacturer Coffing
Electrification Type Single Phase 115
Manufacturer Part Number 08213W
Chain Container Included Free!
Pendant Speeds One Speed
Lift Height 10 ft.
Lift Speed 16 ft./min.
Lift Capacity 1/2 Ton
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