Ratchet Lever Hoists

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Ratchet Lever Hoists
Ratchet Lever Hoists

A compact, lightweight hand ratchet lever hoist for pulling, lifting and lashing loads.

  • Attaching the load is quick, due to the free chaining device.
  • Chain can be pulled through the hoist in both directions.
  • Chain guide integrated into the housing.
  • 1.5m lift height as standard. Additional metre lift available.
  • Test certificate supplied.
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A338319
Load capacity (kg)
750 kg
Number of strands
1
Weight (kg)
7 kg
Width (mm)
180 mm
Depth (mm)
370 mm

Product Name
Ratchet Lever Hoists
Brand
Yale
Conditioning
unit
Catalogue page
7

Lifting height (m)
1.5 m

£142.00 unit

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A338326
Load capacity (kg)
1500 kg
Number of strands
1
Weight (kg)
11 kg
Width (mm)
200 mm
Depth (mm)
500 mm

Product Name
Ratchet Lever Hoists
Brand
Yale
Conditioning
unit
Catalogue page
7

Lifting height (m)
1.5 m

£168.00 unit

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A338334
Load capacity (kg)
3000 kg
Number of strands
1
Weight (kg)
21 kg
Width (mm)
220 mm
Depth (mm)
550 mm

Product Name
Ratchet Lever Hoists
Brand
Yale
Conditioning
unit
Catalogue page
7

Lifting height (m)
1.5 m

£259.00 unit

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A338324
Load capacity (kg)
6000 kg
Number of strands
2
Weight (kg)
38 kg
Width (mm)
240 mm
Depth (mm)
580 mm

Product Name
Ratchet Lever Hoists
Brand
Yale
Conditioning
unit
Catalogue page
7

Lifting height (m)
1.5 m

£550.00 unit

Common description for all models

A compact, lightweight hand ratchet lever hoist for pulling, lifting and lashing loads.

  • Attaching the load is quick, due to the free chaining device.
  • Chain can be pulled through the hoist in both directions.
  • Chain guide integrated into the housing.
  • 1.5m lift height as standard. Additional metre lift available.
  • Test certificate supplied.

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