Power Puller HPS type

Item No.: 4210
Power Puller uses a ratcheting gear pulley system to pull heavy loads with one handed operation.
Description What is a Hand Puller

H-Lift Power Puller HPS type

  • Double gears or single gear.
  • Hooks with safety latches.
  • Anti-slip safety handle.
  • For horizontal use only.


Item No. Capacity Type Gear Hook Cable Line Cable Size Weight Product Code
t  (mm x m) kg
HPS-2H-01 1   1 2 1 4.5×1.68 1.9 421000201
HPS-2H-H2 2 Heavy duty 1 2 2 5.0×2.28 2.2 421000202
HPD-2H-H2 2 Heavy duty 2 2 2 5.0×2.28 2.8 421000203
HPS-2H-H4 4 Heavy duty 1 2 2 6.0×3.05 4.8 421000204
HPD-2H-H4 4 Heavy duty 2 2 2 6.0×3.05 5.0 421000205
What is a Hand Puller

A hand puller, also known as a manual puller or hand-operated come-along, is a mechanical device designed to lift, pull, or secure heavy loads using manual effort. It operates by employing a ratcheting or lever mechanism to create force, allowing users to move or lift objects that would be difficult or impossible to do manually.

Key features and components of a hand puller include:

  • Ratchet Mechanism: Many hand pullers use a ratcheting mechanism that allows the user to apply force in one direction while preventing the load from slipping back in the opposite direction. This mechanism ensures that the force applied is maintained and the load remains secure.
  • Lever or Handle: The lever or handle is manually operated by the user to engage the ratchet mechanism and create tension in the pulling or lifting process.
  • Cable, Rope, or Chain: The lifting or pulling element that connects the hand puller to the load. This cable, rope, or chain is wound around a drum or spool on the puller.
  • Hooks or Attachments: Hand pullers usually have hooks or other attachment points on both ends to secure the device to the load and anchor point.

Hand pullers are versatile tools used in various applications, including:

  • Automotive: To pull vehicles out of ditches or stuck situations.
  • Construction: For lifting and positioning heavy materials, equipment, or structural components.
  • Recreation: In activities like camping, off-roading, and boating for various pulling or lifting needs.
  • Maintenance: In industrial settings for tasks such as equipment repair or positioning.

When using a hand puller, it's important to follow safety guidelines and ensure that the puller is properly rated for the load you intend to lift or pull. Overloading a hand puller can lead to damage or accidents. Always inspect the hand puller for wear and damage before use, and follow the manufacturer's instructions and recommendations. Proper anchoring and positioning of the puller are essential for safe and effective operation.

Hand Puller

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