Harrington Hoists Launches New Wire Hoist Line

press release
Tuesday, November 01, 2011
Electric Wire Rope Hoists, the RHN Series

Harrington Hoists, Inc. has launched a new line of Electric Wire Rope Hoists, the RHN Series. These hoists are offered in two configurations. The Deck / Base Mounted hoist in 2 – 20 metric tons and Ultra-Low Headroom trolley hoist in 2 – 15 metric tons. Both versions are dual speed.

 

The Deck / Base Mounted hoist features a compact, modular design that is perfect for stationary applications or combined with a double girder trolley for double girder crane systems. The Ultra-Low Headroom trolley hoist is ideal for top running and underhung overhead bridge cranes. The compact body and short end approach result in the longest hook travel possible in facilities with limited space.

 

These user-friendly hoists offer a lifetime lubricated gear box and an electromagnetic brake that never needs adjustment. The minimal maintenance that is required on the RHN is made simple from rope without special fittings, cast iron rope guide, easy-access controls and motors. Key features include a heavy-duty fan-cooled motor, adjustable geared limit switch, load limiter, secondary block operated limit switch and a motor management device equipped with a count hour meter.

 

Harrington Hoists, Inc. is a Kito Group Company located in Manheim, PA and Corona, CA. and is a leading manufacturer and supplier of electric and air powered chain hoists, electric wire rope hoists, lever hoists, manual hand chain hoists, push and geared trolleys, overhead cranes, crane accessories and a full line of replacement parts.

 

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