Yalelift 360 Manual Trolley Hoist
The hand chain hoist model Yalelift 360 with integrated low headroom manual trolley(push or geared type trolley) is the consequent further development of the Yalelift IT. Wherever an even smaller headroom is essential, the Yalelift 360 manual trolley hoist is the ideal choice. It is ideal for applications with a low ceiling and limited headroom.
All Hoists come standard with 3M of lift. For additional lengths please contact us via chat or our contact form below.
Technical Data - User Manual & Cert
The specially developed chain reeving system and chain guide: Allow the bottom block to be pulled laterally to the hoist even further up and almost against the beam flange.
The integrated design of the innovative Yalelift LH: Uses the same manual trolleys as incorporated in the Yalelift IT series.
- All models of the LH series up to 3000 kg capacity are provided with single chain fall.
The proven and almost stepless adjustment system: Allows quick and easy assembly of the trolley.
The trolleys up to 5 tares offered for two beam ranges. Range A for a flange width up to 180 mm is standard and covers approx. 80% of all requirements. Conversion to range B for beam width up to 300 mm can be easily accomplished.
The trolley wheels are designed for a max. beam profile incline of 14% (DIN 1025 - part 1), excellent rolling features are guaranteed by prelubricated, encapsulated ball bearings.
The low headroom version of the Yalelift IT is adjustable to fit a wide range of beam profiles (e.g. INP, IPE, IPB).
Anti-drop and anti-tilt devices as standard.
Excellent rolling features due to machined steel wheels mounted on pre-lubricated, encapsulated ball bearings.
- Adjustable overload prevention device.
- Chain container
- Corrosion resistant version
- Explosion protection
- Beam locking device to secure the unloaded trolley in a fixed position on the beam (park position e.g. on ships). Available up to a capacity of 5000 kg.
Note: All prices shown are for range ‘A’ trolleys. Range ‘B’ prices are available on request as are chain containers.