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Silverline 250 kgs Electric Hoist

This electric hoist can lift 125 kg to 11.0 m or 250 kg to 5.5 m. Electric hoist safety features include thermostatic overload cut-out, auto switch-off lever when cable fully winds in an emergency stop switch. 220~240 volts regular 3 pin plug fitted.

Note: Beam rollers are not required for fixed installation but if you intend to make a roller system then two beam rollers will be required as the hoist needs to be kept level during operation for the wire rope to feed back on to the drum correctly.

Electrical
Volts:
220-240 Volts
Phase:
Single
Hertz:
50 Hz
Watts (Input):
500 Watts
Electric Hoist
Load Capacity (Ton)
:
0.25 Ton
Lifting Height (m):
11m

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Great for skinning deers.
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Does the job quite nicely. Probably best not to add any images.
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We have 18 of these for lifting forms and moulds. All pretty good so far.
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Why is there two different lift heights?

The full lift height is available at half the max rating of the winch. For full capacity, the lifting hook is attached back on to the unit itself and a pulley and hook (supplied)  is attached to the line. This halves the speed and the lift height but doubles the lift capacity. A bit like a low gear.

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