A pull lift is known as lever hoist or ratchet chain hoist. It a budget and versatile tool, perfect for lifting, pulling and securing materials.
The Yale C85 Pul Lift with the capacity from 750kg to 3,000kg is ideal for use in the electricity supply industry and in overhead line work. It is also suitable for cargo tie-down applications since it has an automatic screw-and-disc type load brake preventing an unintentional loosening of the load. The model is essentially the same hoist as the D85 Yale Level Hoist. Instead of a conventional link chain, it uses a roller chain. If you need a lever hoist for frequent operation in tough conditions, the heavy-duty C85 Pul-Lift is the right one that has also been known to have a working life up to 40+ years if well maintained.
Britain’s No. 1 Name for Lifting - YALE
Yale is a global brand of Columbus McKinnon (CM). The Yale name is synonymous with quality hoisting equipment and has been since 1877 when Linus Yale, Jr. produced the first spur geared hand chain hoist with the Weston Screw Brake. Today, nearly 145 years on, Yale still leads the industry with new and innovative products, making their hoists and lifting equipment the no.1 choice in the UK and globally recognized.
Enclosed housing cover, hand lever, and bottom block: Made from high tensile malleable cast iron for overall rugged construction
Theshort hand lever: Fitted with an ergonomic rubber grip
An automatically acting load pressure brake: Works on the self-locking principal. e.g. when the pull lift is used to secure loads, an unintentional loosening of the brake is prevented when the load vibrates.
The roller chain sprocket: Made from heat-treated chromium-molybdenum steel with precision machined teeth to ensure smooth chain movement.
Capacity: 750kg - 3,000kg
Lift: 1.5m - 18m
No. of Chain Fall: 1
Dimensions: Please refer to the technical Datasheet
Items you often need to operate a lever hoist: - Suspension: It can be suspended in a fixed location with a Beam Clamp or from a Push Trolley/Geared Trolley with its top hook. - Load Attachment: The lower hook can directly attach a load but quite commonly a lifting sling is used (in conjunction with shackles sometimes)
Yale level hoists and trolleys are not designed for passenger elevation applications and must not be used for this purpose.
Since 1936 more than 1 million units have been built in Velbert