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Yale "HTP/HTG SR" ATEX Spark Resistant Beam Trolley (Push and Geared Travel Options) - Range from 500kg to 10,000kg

Model:  HTP/HTG SR / YSRT-3084

Trolley Type
Capacity (Safe Working Load)
To Suit Beam Width
Quantity


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Spark Resistant, Quick Fit Push and Geared Travel (chain drive) Beam Trolleys.

Push Travel option is only available on capacities less than 2000kg, over and above capacities must utilise geared travel.

Yale ATEX Beam trolley for potentially explosive environments, EX, sparkproof. Corrosion resistant with rubber buffers fitted and solid bronze trolley wheels. Options as push travel and geared travel (chain drive). Can be fitted with track clamp for locking the trolley on to the lifting beam

A beam trolley enables the exact positioning or easy traversing of large loads with either manual or powered hoisting equipment. It has excellent controlling features due to machined steel wheels mounted on prelubricated, encapsulated ball bearings.All trolleys conform to ATEX Group II, surface. Category. Zone 1. Explosion group IIB. Temperature class T4(T3)

The HTP/HTG SR beam runners are adjustable to fit a wide range of beam widths and profiles (e.g. INP, IPE and IPB). The trolley wheels are designed for a max. beam profile incline of 14%. Adjustments are made by rotating the clevis load bar which also ensure the centred positioning of the hoist in the clevis - no creeping to the left or the right. Anti-tilt and wheel fracture support devices according to DIN 15018 and the machinery directive are standard.

Optional

  • Track clamp (locking device) for 500kg to 5000kg models for fixing the beam glide in a stationary position.
  • Lock nuts for 500kg to 2000kg models.
  • SWL up to 20 tonne SWL (20000kg)
Atrex / Spark resistant

Technical Data

Model Capacity
(kg)
Size Beam Flange Width b
(mm)

Max. Flange Thickness
t (mm)

Min. Radius Curve
(m)
Effort at WLL
daN
Net weight in kg
without locking device with locking device
HTP SR HTG SR* HTP SR LD HTG SR  LD*
HTP/G SR 500 A
B
50-220
160-300
25
40
0.90 3 8.0
10.6
9.7
12.6
14.5
17.1
16.2
19.1
HTP/G SR 1000 A
B
50-220
160-300
25
40
0.90 6 9.0
12.0
11.2
14.1
17.0
20.0
19.2
22.1
HTP/G SR 2000 A
B
66-220
160-300
25
40
1.15 7 16.0
19.3
18.0
21.3
24.0
27.3
26.0
29.3
HTP/G SR 3000 A
B
74-220
160-300
25
40
1.40 7 32.0
35.8
35.4
39.2
41.2
45.0
44.6
48.4
HTP/G SR 5000 A
B
90-220
180-300
25
40

1.80

9 48.0
52.2
51.8
56.0
58.5
62.7
62.3
66.5
HTG SR 10000 B 125-310 40 1.80 14 - 104.0 - -

Spark Resistance:

In nearly all industrial areas, there are workplaces where explosions are an ocurrence which needs to be protected against. Because of the great damage an explosion could cause to people, property and materials, strict legal and technical requirements are imposed. The Spark Resistant range of beam trolleys helps to make the workplace a safer environment.

Yale HTP/G - Spark resistant trolleys meet the following specifications as standard;

Classification Category of Equipment Inflammable Substances Explosion Group Temperature class*
Group II Surface (not mines) 2, Zone 1, 2 Gas, Zone 21, 22 Dust GD, Gas, Mist, Vapours, Dust IIB, Ethyl ether (T4), Ethylene oxide (T3), Hydrogen sulphide (T3) T4 (T3), T4 = 135°C,
T3 = 200°c

Yale ATEX Levels of Protection

All of Yale’s ATEX hoists meet the following standards: EN1127-1:1997; EN13463-1:2001; EN13463-5:2003, and are supplied complete with the relevant ATEX approval documentation.

Yale (Columbus McKinnon) offer three levels of protection - BASIC, MEDIUM, and HIGH.

Under directive 94/9/EC, equipment for areas with an explosion hazard are assigned to groups, categories and temperature classes. This is necessary as the requirements for equipment need not be the same for every application and for every hazard classification.

NB: It is the responsibility of the end user to identify the explosion proof classification required, NOT the hoist manufacturer or the supplier. Reference Directive 99/92/EC.

BASIC

ATEX II 3 GD c IIB T4 (Zone 2/22)

MEDIUM

ATEX II 2 GD c IIB T4 (Zone 1/21 & 2/22)

HIGH

ATEX II 2 GD c IIC T4 (Zone 1/21 & 2/22)

  • Unit special coated.
  • Load chain galvanic zinc-plated, stainless steel hand chain.
  • Top hook and load hook special coated.
  • Trolleys special coated with buffers.
  • Plain roller special coated.
  • Unit special coated.
  • Load chain galvanic zinc-plated, stainless steel hand chain.
  • Top hook and load hook copper plated.
  • Trolleys special coated with buffers.
  • Bronze plain roller.
  • Unit special coated.
  • Stainless steel load and hand chain (Capacity reduction may apply).
  • Top hook and load hook copper plated.
  • Trolleys special coated with buffers.
  • Bronze plain roller.

Why explosion protection?

Explosion protection for electrical and mechanical machinery is an important precautionary measure to ensure the safety of persons and all kinds of production, storage and distribution systems, when explosive mixtures of combustible gases, dusts and air may occur.

What does explosion protection achieve?

Explosion protection can mean to generally prevent the ignition of an explosive mixture. Explosion protection can also be achieved by eliminating potential ignition sources in advance, e.g. high temperatures and sparking. In many trades and industries, combustible gases, vapours and dusts are handled which have the potential to cause explosions.

Examples of explosion hazards in various industries

  • Chemical industry
  • Waste disposal sites
  • Energy production companies
  • Waste management companies
  • Gas suppliers
  • Metal processing companies
  • Wood-processing companies
  • Paint shops
  • Agriculture
  • Food and feed-stuffs industry
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Refineries
  • Recycling companies
HTP_G_Operating Manual .pdf

Yale HTP/G Operating Manual

The operating instructions contain important information on how to handle the trolley in a safe, correct and economic way. Acting in accordance with these instructions helps to avoid dangers, reduce repair costs and down time and to increase the reliability and lifetime of the trolley. Anyone involved in doing any of the following work with the trolley must read the operation instructions and act accordingly.
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Yale information on explosion protection.pdf

Yale information on explosion protection

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