Where are jet lever hoists made?
Jet is a manufacturer and importer of electric hoists, hand chain hoists and lever hoists for overhead lifting. Jet also offers trolleys and beam clamps. All products are load tested to 125% of capacity and come with a load test certificate. Jet products are manufactured in China and warehoused in Lavergne, Tennessee.
What is a lever operated hoist?
A Lever Hoist is a piece of high-quality equipment used to lift and lower heavy loads without the aid of machinery. Lever Hoists have the ability to lift items in most positions, including horizontally.
How do you inspect a lever hoist?
- Visually inspect all load chains for gross damage that may be a hazard.
- Hoist is properly secured.
- The load does not exceed the load limit on the warning label.
- Check that motions are smooth and regular with no hesitations, vibration, binding, unusual noise, or other irregularity.
Can you lift with a lever block?
Chain Blocks & Lever Blocks These mechanisms contain a chain used for lifting as well as a hand chain and grabbing hook. While chain blocks do lifting vertically, you can also employ multi-directional lever blocks (aka lever hoists) which can work for pulling as well as lifting.
How often should hoists be inspected?
Your ceiling track hoist system, mobile hoists, and any accessories should be serviced once a year and LOLER tested every six months. This will keep it in good condition and give you peace of mind that everything is in good working order.
How many people does it take to operate a chain or lever hoist?
The hoist is designed for manual operation by one person only. DO NOT use the hoist with and other power besides the manual power from one person.
What is a Chainfall?
a type of hoist with a chain attached to a fixed raised structure or beam and used to lift very heavy objects.
Can you lift with a lever hoist?
Lever hoists have the advantage of being able to lift in most positions, including horizontally, whereas chain blocks and chain hoists can only be used vertically. For that reason, lever blocks can also be used for pulling a load.
How often should a hoist be charged?
For person moving hoists, the regulations state that a hoist should be examined every six months. For other lifting equipment every 12 months is sufficient.
Can a lever hoist be used upside down?
Both lever blocks feature a three metre chain drop, and can be used in engine and machinery hoisting, vehicle recovery or uses like pulling out stubborn tree stumps. They only require one pair of hands for operation and can be used upside down for ground level operation.
Can you use a chain hoist sideways?
Chain hoists move a load by pulling a chain while lever hoists by cranking the lever/handle forwards and backwards. A chain hoist with a greater capacity of up to 5 tons is typically used vertically whereas a lever hoist has the advantage of being able to lift in vertical and horizontal positions.
What is the red button on a hoist for?
1) Check the emergency stop If the emergency stop button has been pushed (on a mobile hoist), or the cord has been pulled (on an overhead hoist), this will stop the hoist from moving and prevent any further operation.
What to do if a hoist is broken?
Make it known to a supervisor or person in charge of lifting equipment that an item has been removed from service. They will have their own protocol to follow with regards to further investigation, inspection and/or disposal. They might also have a need to source a replacement piece of equipment.
Can you use a car winch as a hoist?
Can a winch be used as a hoist? Generally speaking, no. It is not safe to use a standard winch to lift loads up off the ground, as it wasn’t designed for this purpose and there is a risk that the load will be dropped. One of the key differences between winches and hoists lies in their braking systems.