Yale makes lots of different lifting equipment and load calculation products, including the Tigrip TZL. Find out about what this model can do and what other options are available from Lifting Gear Direct right here.
The TZL is a standard load Cell / link indicator with measuring ranges up to 20 ton.
Ideal for weighing loads as a conventional crane Weigher or to measure forces.
· High accuracy
· Peak value retained to memory
· 200 operating hour battery life via 4 x 1.5v AA batteries (included)
· rechargeable batteries may be used with an external charger
· Measuring units - kg, lbs, tonnes & kN
· battery low warning
· auto zero's when turned on
· LCD display
· Overload indicator at 110% of rated capacity
Opting for the Yale Tigrip TZL load cell could be even more apt if your lifting operations need to be carried out as flexibly as possible. It is battery powered, meaning it can be deployed wherever is necessary, with the 200 hours of operation attainable from just 4 AA cells, bundled with the unit itself, also helping to boost productivity and keep downtime to a minimum.
Another feature of the TZL which is worth noting is that each model has a safety factor of 4, meaning it can cope with loads that are four times greater than its measuring range before breaking. Of course the overload indicator should be adhered to and overloading of any kind should be avoided to stay safe, but the fact that such levels of strength and stability are built into the device should be reassuring.
As mentioned earlier, the Yale Tigrip TZL does not come with shackles, so these will need to be added separately if you want to put it to use. Thankfully at LGD we have a huge number of accessories for all of your lifting needs, including lots of different shackles.
Whether you choose the TZL or opt for another of our excellent products, you can get all the help and information you need by calling our team on 01384 76961 or sending an email via our contact page.
|Model||TZL 1||TZL 2.5||TZL 5||TZL 10||TZL 20|
|Model||Measuring range (tonnes)||Nominal load (tonnes)||Limit load (tonne)||Breaking load (tonne)||Weight without shackle (KG)||Accuracy of the end value %||Resolution step KG (partition)|