Lever Blocks-Ratchet Lever Hoists-HSHD Series
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Ratchet Lever Hoists-HSHD Series | Lever Blocks | China Wirstrong® Manufacturing
A lever hoist is a manual device used to lift, lower, or pull a load and to apply or release tension. It utilizes a ratchet and pawl mechanical configuration to incrementally raise or lower a load or to apply or release tension.
Lever hoists and pullers have the advantage of being easy to transport, require minimum set-up, and are a practical option in confined spaces. They are suitable for different applications ranging from heavy-duty construction work to day-to-day maintenance and repair jobs.
Feathures Of Lever Blocks-Ratchet Lever Hoists-HSHD Series:
-Machined chain sprockets of the load sheave can ensure the sm-ooth operation of the chain.
-The lever with ribs along edge provide high strength and high ability to fight against deformation.
-Reliable brake mechanism, when the load slip quickly by accident, the brake works immediately to stop the slipping.
-Idling mechanism to allow fast adjustment of load chain. Set the switching lever to the center(N) position, turn the hand wheel or operate the lever anticlockwise, then, pull the chain lightly and smoothly by hand to hand to adjust the chain up and down.
-Complies with EC Council Directive 2006/42/EC Machinery, ASME B30.16, AS 1418.2.
-Overload protection device available upon request.
-Sealed bearing available upon request.
-High grade alloy steel load chain.
Specification and different capacities on HSHD Series Lever Blocks:
Ensure that the chain block name plate and WLL is clearly visible and legible. The pre-use inspection for a chain block should include the followings：
Inspect chain for wear.
Inspect chain for gouges, nicks, arc burns, twisted & bent links and corrosion.
Inspect for correct reeving on multi-reeved units (3 and 5 tonne)
Lift wheels & Sheave wheels
Inspect lift wheel for foreign material, wear and corrosion.
Inspect dead end pins for wear, tightness and corrosion.
Inspect hooks for signs of opening, cracking, bending, arc burns and corrosion.
Hooks should swivel freely.
Inspect safety latches for condition & operation.
Measure the hook throats for allowable service openings.
Inspect chain for wear.
Inspect chain for twisted or gouged links and corrosion.
Inspect connecting link for signs of opening.
Inspect frame and covers for distortion, cracks, gouges, corrosion & other damage.
Inspect hangers (3 and 5 tonne) for cracks, gouges, corrosion & other damage.
Inspect unit for clear WLL identity.