Konecranes Spotlight Mighty Midget Chain Hoists

Press Release
Thursday, December 27, 2012

CLX Electric Chain Hoists with variable speeds & a load range from 60 kg to 2,500 kg (capacities up to 5000 kg available later) are extremely versatile.

This hoist can be used at a workstation, on an overhead travelling crane, or with a jib crane. Konecranes CLX chain hoists are an ideal solution for all these applications.

The built-in control panel allows easy access when using your hoist, so maintenance is simple and straightforward. The 6:1 speed ratio makes working faster, safer and more precise.

Electrical limit switches and a mechanical friction torque limiter safeguard against electrical or mechanical overloading. IP55 protection and ensures the hoist is shielded against any dust and water in the environment.

Konecranes are aware that a crane is an expensive purchase and shoul last a long time. With a FEM 2m classification, the CLX hoist will give many years of high duty performance.

The CLX can be moved around your workshop and put it to different uses. Its modular design and compact headroom means it is easy to transfer onto other runways as needed. Compact headroom, hook suspension, push trolley, and motorized trolley versions give the needed flexibility of operation.

 

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