Changes to the design and the use of tougher materials help it to battle back against the arrival of corrosion. So, if a standard chain hoist will not cut it, pick this range from Yale for a truly hard-wearing lifting experience.
Aside from its basic lifting capabilities, the key reason to consider this chain block over its competitors is its corrosion resistance. This is achieved using the aforementioned Delta Protekt KL 100 process, which is technically complex and undoubtedly effective. In short, it is a special coating that is applied to the standard metal body of the Yalelift 360 chain block, giving it a layer of zinc that stops moisture in the air and other problematic substances from doing damage.
The corrosion-resistant coating complies with government regulations on the restriction of hazardous substances, so you have no need to worry about whether it will cause problems in its own right. Simply deploy this hoist and start using it as usual, carrying out regular maintenance and inspections to keep it safe and operational.
The largest version of this specific Yale chain block spin-off is limited to a four tonne safe working weight. If you need more load capacity and are less worried about corrosion, then there are other options available. The GT Viper, for example, offers up to 30 tonnes of heavy duty hauling power. The Kito CB range takes this even further, with up to 50 tonnes able to be manoeuvred safely. If you need an even more specialised version of the 360 chain block from Yalelift, we also stock the ATEX-rated edition.
Whichever one of the manual chain blocks and hosting equipment models you have your eye on, finding out more about it is as simple as getting in touch with us. Our experienced team can be reach on the phone by calling 01384 76961 or via email using the contact form on our website. Call or message today for a quick reply.
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|Falls of load chain
|Lifting height MTR
|Closed height MTR
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|Weight @ std. Height KG