Chain Hoist CH-H type

Item No.: 1103
Chain blocks or hand chain hoists are a great cost-effective solution for moving heavy loads are primarily operated by pulling the chains by hand.
Description Safe Use of Chain Hoist
Description

H-Lift Chain Hoist/Chain Block CH-H type:

Chain blocks are a very versatile way to lift loads, and are primarily operated by pulling the chains by hand.


The chain block is a mechanism used to raise or lower heavy loads with relative ease. The internal gears of the chain block wind the chains around, lifting the object that is attached to the end or bottom hook. This means that very little force is required to lift large, heavy loads of up to 30,000 kg.
Chain blocks also have the advantage of not needing electricity in most cases, making it an essential tool for working in remote locations or places with little to no access to power. Chain block lifting equipment can be used for installing machines and repairing goods, and they are great for overhead work and in narrow spaces such as car garages. They also work well in factories, laboratories and power plants.

Chain blocks are a great cost-effective solution for moving heavy loads. They also have the added benefit of not requiring large operating teams as one chain block can be operated by a single person. Chain Blocks are very versatile, making them suitable and effective for a wide hoist of applications.

  • Compact design and light weight for ease of use.
  • Equipped with a mechanical brake for load control.
  • Maintenance friendly design.
  • High grade alloy steel load chain and zinc plated hand chain. 
  • Each hoist is proof tested at 1.5 times the rated capacity for rated capacities. less than 20t and 1.25 the rated capacity equal to or greater than 20t. 
  • Complies with EN13157, ASME B30.16, AS1418.2, SANS 1594.chain hoist, chain block, chain pulley block, chain fall, lever hoist, chain block and tackle, en13157,grade 80 load chain, 

 
Model  Capacity  Standard Lift  Proof Load   Effort Required to Lift Rated Load  No.of Falls of Load Chain Load Chain Dimensions(mm)  N. W.  Extra Weight per Metre Product Code
t m kN N mm A B C D K kg kg
CHH0050 0.5 2.5 7.35 262 1 5x15 124 135 288 35 20 7 1.4 110300500
CHH0100 1 2.5 14.7 304 1 6x18 137 160 334 40 25 10.5 1.6 110301000
CHH0150 1.5 2.5 22.1 395 1 8x24 143 195 415 45 35 15.5 2.2 110301500
CHH0200 2 2.5 29.4 330 1 8x24 143 195 459 51 35 17 2.2 110302000
CHH0300 3 3 44.1 402 2 8x24 143 195 536 55 36 23 3.6 110303000
CHH0500 5 3 73.5 415 2 10x30 173 255 660 65 46 39 5.2 110305000
CHH1000 10 3 147 428 4 10x30 173 395 738 80 55 69 9.5 110310000
CHH2000 20 3 245 428X2 8 10x30 195 650 1002 105 80 162 19 110320000
CHH3000 30 3 367.5 442X2 12 10x30 398 710 1050 105 82 237 27.7 110330000

Remarks: Hoists with the lift in other length are also available.

 

H-Lift Chain Hoist, Chain Block from ChinaHand Chain Hoist Chain Pulley Block

ALWAYS:
• Store and handle chain blocks correctly.
• Inspect chain blocks and accessories before use and before placing into storage.
• For top hook suspension, use hooks that are fitted with safety catches, or mouse the hook, ensuring the support fits freely into the seat of the hook.
• For trolley suspension ensure the trolley is correctly set for the beam width.
• Check that the bottom hook will reach its lowest point without running the chain fully out.
• Adopt safe slinging practices and follow the instructions for the safe use of the equipment used.


NEVER:
• Expose chain blocks to chemicals, particularly acids, without consulting the supplier.
• Replace the load chain with a longer one without consulting the supplier.
• Use undue effort to force the block to operate.
• Throw, drop or drag a chain block.
• Allow oil or grease to come into contact with the brake.
• Expose a chain block directly to the elements, water spray,steam etc without consulting the supplier.


Selecting the Correct Block
Hand chain blocks are available in a range of capacities and with various types of suspension. Select the block to be used and plan the lift taking the following into account:
Type of suspension - hook, trolley etc.
Capacity, class of use and range of lift.
Chain blocks are designed for vertical lifting only.
Consult the supplier if the block is to be used in areas of high risk, exposed to the elements, water, steam etc, with hazardous substances, e.g. acids or chemicals, or subjected to extremes of temperature.


Storing and Handling Hand Chain Blocks
Never return damaged blocks to storage. They should be dry, clean and protected from corrosion.
Store blocks by their top suspension with chains clear of the ground, the chains may be wrapped together to facilitate this. Non-portable blocks stored outdoors should be covered and protected from corrosion.
Blocks should not be dropped, thrown or dragged across the floor.
Never galvanise or subject the chain, or other load bearing parts, to any other plating process without the express approval of the supplier.


Installing and Commissioning
Follow any specific installation instructions issued by the supplier and the general requirements given overleaf. Try the block to ensure that it operates correctly and that the brake is effective. Ensure the chain is not twisted; it must move freely. The bottom hook must reach the lowest position required without the chain running fully out.


Using Hand Chain Blocks Safely
Do not attempt lifting operations unless you understand the use of the equipment and the slinging procedures.
Do not use defective blocks, slings or accessories and never use the block chain as a sling.
Check the slinging arrangement, that the block is safely rigged and that chains are not twisted, particularly in the case of multi-fall blocks.
Check the load is free to move before commencing and that the landing area has been prepared.
Raise the load just clear, then halt the lift to check the integrity of the block, slinging method etc.
Check the travel path is clear and that you have a clear view so as to avoid accidental hook engagement or collision. Follow any particular site safety rules applicable to the movement of suspended loads.
Keep fingers, toes etc clear when lowering loads.


In-service Inspection and Maintenance
Follow any specific maintenance instructions issued by the supplier but in particular keep load chains lubricated and check the operation of the brake. Brakes must be kept free of oil, grease etc. Never replace the load chain with a longer one without consulting the supplier.
Regularly inspect the block and, in the event of the following defects, refer the block to a Competent Person for thorough examination: wear; damage to trolley, hooks and fittings; damaged or distorted slack end anchor; chains worn, bent, notched, stretched, corroded, do not hang freely, twisted orjump; load slips or will not lift; damaged block casing; illegible markings.

Safe Use of Chain Hoist

ALWAYS:
• Store and handle chain blocks correctly.
• Inspect chain blocks and accessories before use and before placing into storage.
• For top hook suspension, use hooks that are fitted with safety catches, or mouse the hook, ensuring the support fits freely into the seat of the hook.
• For trolley suspension ensure the trolley is correctly set for the beam width.
• Check that the bottom hook will reach its lowest point without running the chain fully out.
• Adopt safe slinging practices and follow the instructions for the safe use of the equipment used.


NEVER:
• Expose chain blocks to chemicals, particularly acids, without consulting the supplier.
• Replace the load chain with a longer one without consulting the supplier.
• Use undue effort to force the block to operate.
• Throw, drop or drag a chain block.
• Allow oil or grease to come into contact with the brake.
• Expose a chain block directly to the elements, water spray,steam etc without consulting the supplier.


Selecting the Correct Block
Hand chain blocks are available in a range of capacities and with various types of suspension. Select the block to be used and plan the lift taking the following into account:
Type of suspension - hook, trolley etc.
Capacity, class of use and range of lift.
Chain blocks are designed for vertical lifting only.
Consult the supplier if the block is to be used in areas of high risk, exposed to the elements, water, steam etc, with hazardous substances, e.g. acids or chemicals, or subjected to extremes of temperature.


Storing and Handling Hand Chain Blocks
Never return damaged blocks to storage. They should be dry, clean and protected from corrosion.
Store blocks by their top suspension with chains clear of the ground, the chains may be wrapped together to facilitate this. Non-portable blocks stored outdoors should be covered and protected from corrosion.
Blocks should not be dropped, thrown or dragged across the floor.
Never galvanise or subject the chain, or other load bearing parts, to any other plating process without the express approval of the supplier.


Installing and Commissioning
Follow any specific installation instructions issued by the supplier and the general requirements given overleaf. Try the block to ensure that it operates correctly and that the brake is effective. Ensure the chain is not twisted; it must move freely. The bottom hook must reach the lowest position required without the chain running fully out.


Using Hand Chain Blocks Safely
Do not attempt lifting operations unless you understand the use of the equipment and the slinging procedures.
Do not use defective blocks, slings or accessories and never use the block chain as a sling.
Check the slinging arrangement, that the block is safely rigged and that chains are not twisted, particularly in the case of multi-fall blocks.
Check the load is free to move before commencing and that the landing area has been prepared.
Raise the load just clear, then halt the lift to check the integrity of the block, slinging method etc.
Check the travel path is clear and that you have a clear view so as to avoid accidental hook engagement or collision. Follow any particular site safety rules applicable to the movement of suspended loads.
Keep fingers, toes etc clear when lowering loads.


In-service Inspection and Maintenance
Follow any specific maintenance instructions issued by the supplier but in particular keep load chains lubricated and check the operation of the brake. Brakes must be kept free of oil, grease etc. Never replace the load chain with a longer one without consulting the supplier.
Regularly inspect the block and, in the event of the following defects, refer the block to a Competent Person for thorough examination: wear; damage to trolley, hooks and fittings; damaged or distorted slack end anchor; chains worn, bent, notched, stretched, corroded, do not hang freely, twisted orjump; load slips or will not lift; damaged block casing; illegible markings.

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