Yale "D95" Heavy Duty Ratchet Lever Hoist Cast Iron - Pull-Lift Range from 1500kg or 3000kg
Very Lightweight and durable Malleable Iron Body Pul-Lift Lever Hoist.
Capacities from 1500 or 3000kg - Ratchet lever hoists for lifting, pulling, lashing and tensioning.
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Every Yale ratchet lever hoist is factory tested with overload. The units are supplied with a test certificate showing the serial-No. Operating instructions which contain an EC declaration of conformity are also attached to each unit.
The D 95 has taken its technical features from the proven D85 but excels in its cast malleable iron design, low tare weight and an extremely small measurement between suspension and load hooks.
It has an automatically acting load pressure brake which works on the self-locking principal. For example, when used to secure loads, an unintentional loosening of the brake is prevented when the load vibrates. The standard free chaining device to quickly attach the load or to pull the chain through the hoist in both directions. The body and hand lever are made from impact resistant malleable cast iron. The short ergonomic hand lever is fitted with a rubber grip.
Standard free chaining device to quickly attach the load or to pull the chain through the hoist in both directions.
Body and handlever made from impact resistant malleable cast iron. the short ergonomic handlever is fitted with a rubber grip.
- All models can be optionally equipped with an overload prevention device in the form of a slip clutch which is factory preset to approx. 25 % ±15 % overload.
D95 Pul-Lift Applications
- The virtually unlimited application possibilities in Industry, work shops, mining, construction and shipyards, confirm the reliability and stability in every area of application. The ideal unit for moving or positioning of heavy machinery or for securing of heavy transport loads. Simplifies the laying of pipes in ducts or ditches.
- The D95 can be used with sling chain (see pictures)
- A versatile unit for moving, positioning and securing loads.
All the load brakes used in Yale lever hoists are based on the Yale patents by the engineer Thomas A. Weston from 1875. The engineering principle behind the load brake is still used, world wide, in every hand hoist. In the load brake principle the axial brake pressure is generated by the load itself and is, therefore, proportional to the size of the load. The load is held secure in any position. To lower the load the difference between the brake moment and load moment has to be overcome.
Yale Lever Hoist Information
Yale Hand Lever Hoists are versatile, portable units for pulling, tensioning, lashing and lifting of loads. The operation of the Hand Lever hoists is easy and safe. Light weight, robust malleable cast iron model, free chaining, slip clutch, stamped steel- or aluminium housing, low operating effort - in the Yale product range you will always find an optimal hoist for every type of operation. The brake system of all Yale hand lever hoists are based on the original Yale patent of the British engineer Thomas A. Weston dating back to 1875. All parts of the load brake are made of high quality materials and are protected against corrosion. The engineering principle behind the load brake finds its rightful place in all hand lever hoists world wide.
Yale exclusively uses asbestos free friction discs in all their hoists. The surface protected zinc plated alloy steel chains fulfil all the requirements of national and international standards and regulations.
In accordance with safety regulations, the chain stops are designed to withstand double the rated capacity to ensure the chain does not unintentionally run free. The drop forged load and suspension hooks that yield under overload instead of breaking, are made of high tensile steel and are standard for all Yale hoists. The hooks are fitted with robust safety latches and rotate 360°.
|Capacity (kg)||Number of Chain Falls||Chain Dimensions d x p (mm)||Lift with One Full Lever Turn (mm)||Closed Height (mm)||Handle Pull at WLL (daN)||Weight with std. Lift (kg)|
|1500||1||6.2 x 18.5||35||314||27||9.9|
|3000||1||9 x 27.2||38||376||49||16.5|
|Capacity (kg)||A min (mm)||B (mm)||C (mm)||D (mm)||D1 (mm)||E (mm)||F (mm)||G (mm)||H (mm)||J (mm)||K (mm)||L (mm)|
Yale D95 Operating ManualThese instructions are intended to acquaint the user with the hoist and enable him to use it to the full extent of its intended capabilities. The operating instructions contain important information on how to handle the hoist in a safe, correct and economic way. Acting in accordance with these instructions helps to avoid dangers, reduce repair cost and down time and to increase the reliability and lifetime of the hoist. Apart from the operating instructions and the accident prevention act valid for the respective country and area where the hoist is used, also the commonly accepted regulations for safe and professional work must be adhered to.