Electric Chain Hoist EHD type

Item No.: 2102
Electric chain hoists are used for lifting or lowering material. Electric hoists are ideal for use in industrial production lines and small machine shops where more frequent and faster lifting is required.
Description Safe Use of Electric Chain Hoists
Description
H-Lift Electric Chain Hoist EHD type features:
  • Electric chain hoists are used for lifting or lowering material. An electric motor and controller are utilized to lift, lower and accelerate or decelerate the speed of the hoist. Electric hoists are ideal for use in industrial production lines and small machine shops where more frequent and faster lifting is required. All chain hoists provide true vertical lift, meaning the load does not vary from the hoist centerline during hoisting or lowering.
  • Aluminium die cast body and a canvas chain container.
  • Hinged, removable suspension bracket.
  • Low working noise due to helical gears.
  • Protection class IP54.
  • Brake is positioned after the slip clutch.
  • Jamming of the chain excluded due to two parts plastic chain guide and external chain guide plate.
  • Geared limit switch: simple adjustment and exact positioning.
  • Ergonomic control switch with emergency-stop.
  • Operating voltage 220/380/440V, 50/60Hz, 1/3PH
  • 1PH motor: single speed, 3PH motor: dual speed.
  • Control voltage 24V.
  • Drop forged alloy hooks are designed to open gradually and not fracture under excessive loads.
  • Thermal motor protector.
  • Electrical and magnetic DC brake.
  • Load chain in accordance with standard EN 818-7.
  • Radio remote control(optional).
 
 electric chain hoist China manufacturer
Model Capacity Standard Lift Proof Load   Lifting Speed   Hoist Motor Duty Class Load Chain Load Chain Falls Product Code
Single Speed Dual Speed Single Speed Dual Speed
kg m kg m/min kw mm
EHD0020S 200 3 250 20 20/5 0.8 0.8/0.2 M3 5x15 1 210200200
EHD0032S 320 3 400 12.5 12.5/3 0.8 0.8/0.2 M3 5x15 1 210200320
EHD0050S 500 3 625 8 8/2 0.8 0.8/0.2 M3 5x15 1 210200500
EHD0040D 400 3 500 10 10/2.5 0.8 0.8/0.2 M3 5x15 2 210200400
EHD0063D 630 3 788 6.3 6.3/1.5 0.8 0.8/0.2 M3 5x15 2 210200630
EHD0100D 1000 3 1250 4 4.0/1 0.8 0.8/0.2 M3 5x15 2 210201000

 

Selection Table 

Duty Class M3 M4 M5 M6 M7
Starts per Hour 150 180 240 300 360
Duty Rating 25 30 40 50 60
EHD-0020S 200 160 125 100 80
EHD-0032S 320 250 200 160 125
EHD-0050S 500 400 320 250 200
EHD-0040D 400 320 250 200 160
EHD-0063D 630 500 400 320 250
EHD-0100D 1000 800 630 500 400

ALWAYS:
• Store and handle electric chain hoists correctly.
• Inspect the hoist 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 and ensure 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 or rope fully out.
• Raise the load just clear then halt the lift to ensure the integrity of the hoist before continuing with the lift. If the hoist has more than one speed, start in the slow speed.


NEVER:
• Expose power operated hoists to chemicals, particularly acids, without consulting the supplier.
• Expose power operated hoists directly to the elements, water spray, steam etc without consulting the supplier.
• Replace the load chain or rope with a longer one without consulting the supplier.
• Use the load chain or rope to form a sling.
• Change motions without first allowing the motor to stop.
• Allow persons to ride on power operated hoists.


Selecting the Correct Hoist
Power operated hoists are available in a range of capacities, designs and suspensions with electric or pneumatic power options. Select the hoist to be used and plan the lift taking the following into account:
Type of hoist - chain, wire rope - electric, pneumatic - class of use - capacity and range of lift etc.
Type of suspension - hook, trolley, fixed.
Speeds and control - single speed, dual speed - pendant push button, pull cord, remote etc.
Power operated hoists are designed for vertical lifting only.
Consult the supplier if the hoist is to be used in areas of high risk, exposed to the elements, water, steam etc, with hazardous substances, eg acids or chemicals, or subjected to extremes of temperature.


Storing and Handling Power Operated Hoists
Never return damaged hoists to storage. They should be dry, clean and protected from corrosion.
In the case of hoists used for temporary applications, store them on a purpose made rack or suspended from their top suspension fitting. Trailing cables, pendants etc may be 
removed, identified and stored separately to prevent loss or damage whilst in store.
In the case of hoists left in situ, park the hoist in a suitable position so that it is protected from damage and does not present a danger. Raise the bottom hook so that it is not a danger to persons or liable to become accidentally engaged.
Isolate the power supply.


Installing and Commissioning
Follow the specific instructions for installation and commissioning issued by the supplier and the general requirements given overleaf. Ensure the controls work in the correct direction and that motion limits are set and operate correctly. If the hoist fails to operate correctly contact the supplier.


Using Power Operated Hoists Safely
Do not use defective hoists, slings or accessories.

Check the slinging arrangement, that the hoist is safely rigged, that the chain or rope is not twisted and that the load is free to move.

Raise the load just clear, halt the lift to ensure the integrity of the hoist, slinging arrangement etc. Always commence lifting in the slow speed. Avoid unnecessary inching of the load.
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 the specific instructions for maintenance issued by the supplier. These should be incorporated into the site maintenance programme observing any particular needs due to the site or working conditions.
Regularly inspect the hoist and, in the event of the following defects, refer the hoist to a Competent Person for thorough examination: operational faults; hoist will not lift; slips back; motion commands reversed; over-runs when command released; wear; damage to trolley, hooks and fittings; damaged, worn or corroded chain or rope; other visible defects.

Safe Use of Electric Chain Hoists

ALWAYS:
• Store and handle electric chain hoists correctly.
• Inspect the hoist 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 and ensure 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 or rope fully out.
• Raise the load just clear then halt the lift to ensure the integrity of the hoist before continuing with the lift. If the hoist has more than one speed, start in the slow speed.


NEVER:
• Expose power operated hoists to chemicals, particularly acids, without consulting the supplier.
• Expose power operated hoists directly to the elements, water spray, steam etc without consulting the supplier.
• Replace the load chain or rope with a longer one without consulting the supplier.
• Use the load chain or rope to form a sling.
• Change motions without first allowing the motor to stop.
• Allow persons to ride on power operated hoists.


Selecting the Correct Hoist
Power operated hoists are available in a range of capacities, designs and suspensions with electric or pneumatic power options. Select the hoist to be used and plan the lift taking the following into account:
Type of hoist - chain, wire rope - electric, pneumatic - class of use - capacity and range of lift etc.
Type of suspension - hook, trolley, fixed.
Speeds and control - single speed, dual speed - pendant push button, pull cord, remote etc.
Power operated hoists are designed for vertical lifting only.
Consult the supplier if the hoist is to be used in areas of high risk, exposed to the elements, water, steam etc, with hazardous substances, eg acids or chemicals, or subjected to extremes of temperature.


Storing and Handling Power Operated Hoists
Never return damaged hoists to storage. They should be dry, clean and protected from corrosion.
In the case of hoists used for temporary applications, store them on a purpose made rack or suspended from their top suspension fitting. Trailing cables, pendants etc may be 
removed, identified and stored separately to prevent loss or damage whilst in store.
In the case of hoists left in situ, park the hoist in a suitable position so that it is protected from damage and does not present a danger. Raise the bottom hook so that it is not a danger to persons or liable to become accidentally engaged.
Isolate the power supply.


Installing and Commissioning
Follow the specific instructions for installation and commissioning issued by the supplier and the general requirements given overleaf. Ensure the controls work in the correct direction and that motion limits are set and operate correctly. If the hoist fails to operate correctly contact the supplier.


Using Power Operated Hoists Safely
Do not use defective hoists, slings or accessories.

Check the slinging arrangement, that the hoist is safely rigged, that the chain or rope is not twisted and that the load is free to move.

Raise the load just clear, halt the lift to ensure the integrity of the hoist, slinging arrangement etc. Always commence lifting in the slow speed. Avoid unnecessary inching of the load.
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 the specific instructions for maintenance issued by the supplier. These should be incorporated into the site maintenance programme observing any particular needs due to the site or working conditions.
Regularly inspect the hoist and, in the event of the following defects, refer the hoist to a Competent Person for thorough examination: operational faults; hoist will not lift; slips back; motion commands reversed; over-runs when command released; wear; damage to trolley, hooks and fittings; damaged, worn or corroded chain or rope; other visible defects.

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