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HE 200 Radio Controlled Scaffold Hoist

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HE 200 Radio Controlled Scaffold Hoist

Part of TEA’s excellent L’Europea range of scaffold hoists, the HE 200 comes complete with radio control & scaffold brackets. It is a high quality hoist that delivers lots of practical advantages to operators, especially thanks to its ability to be activated remotely. We also offer the standard HE 200 without this extra feature if you would prefer this unit. 

HE 200 Radio Controlled Scaffold Hoist Key Specs

  • Motor Type : Single phase
  • Voltage : 220v
  • Frequency : 50Hz
  • Max. Lifting Capacity : 200kg
  • Engine Power : 750W
  • Lifting Speed : 23 m/Min
  • Cable Length : 25m
  • Steel Cable Diameter : 5mm
  • Hoist Weight : 37kg
  • Dimensions : (mm) 690 x 210 x 250
  • Max. Cable Length : 35mm 

Why Choose the HE 200 Scaffold Hoist?

This radio controlled model from TEA has the edge over equivalent examples because it does not need the operator to be within reach of a wired pendant to lift and lower loads. Instead they can remain at a safe distance and still get the job done. 

This is not just about reducing the likelihood of injuries or accidents occurring; it is also about the sheer convenience offered by the HE 200. If the hoist needs to be installed in an awkward position, for example, it will still be functional and practical because of this feature. 

Additional Scaffold Hoist Considerations

Further to the compelling specifications of this scaffold hoist, it is worth remembering that there are a lot of other popular options available on the market at the moment. This includes the HE 235 from TEA, which has a longer 35 metre cable. There is also the HE 150 Veloce, with its 33 metre per second average lifting speed setting it apart from the crowd. 

Extend your search further and you will encounter the IMER range, which promises similarly practical features for construction workers and great safety capabilities to help with regulatory compliance. 

When making a decision, it is important to balance lifting speed against load capacity. Faster hoists may deliver quicker cycles, but if this comes at the expense of not being able to haul the right types of building materials and equipment, then this will not necessarily be a benefit. 

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