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DOUBLE — Steel Body Lever Chain Hoist — L5LB 6 Metric Tonne

Dimensions

Capacity

(tonne)

Model

C

D

a

b

e

g

s

t

¾

L5LB008

280

245

144

119

97

23.5

35.5

14

L5LB015

335

265

159

126

100

32

42.5

19

L5LB025

375

265

173

150

102

36.5

47

21

3

L5LB030

395

415

190

159

112

39

50

24.5

6

L5LB060

540

415

190

217

112

50

60

34

9

L5LB090

680

415

190

304

112

72.5

85

41.5

Specifications

Capacity (tonne)

Model

Standard Lift (ft)

Hand Pull to Lift Full Load (kg)

Headroom (in)

Handle Length (in)

Load Chain Code

Load Chain Falls

Ship Weight (lbs)

Weight per Additional 5ft of Lift (lbs)

¾

L5LB008

5

27

11

9.75

KLB5056

1

13

3

L5LB015

5

32

13.25

10.5

KLB5071

1

18

4

L5LB025

5

37

14.75

10.5

KLB5088

1

25

6

3

L5LB030

5

35

15.5

16.5

KLB5100

1

33

8

6

L5LB060

5

36

21.25

16.5

KLB5100

2

57

16

9

L5LB090

5

39

26.75

16.5

KLB5100

3

88

24

Double Fall Lever Hoist;
*For informational purposes only, contact KITO for dimensional drawing

A lightweight hoist that’s anything but a lightweight.
The L5LB forged an entirely new, industry-leading benchmark by being smaller, lighter and stronger than any other lever hoist on the market. Its proven strength and durability stand up in an endless array of gruelling applications, including environments where temperatures drop to a bonechilling -40 C.

CAPACITY

  • ¾ to 9 metric tonnes

STANDARDS

  • ASME B30.21 Safety Standard
  • ASME HST-3 Performance Standard

OPTIONAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION

  • Slip Clutch: Engages during an excessive overload keeping the load stationary

Patented Hardening Process
An advanced high-frequency heat treating process ensures uniform hardness on all key load bearing parts. The process creates a truly rugged hoist you can confidently take into any environment.

Failsafe Freewheel System
Our widely acclaimed fail-safe freewheel system closes the gap between operator safety and load control. Developed in-house 30 years ago, the freewheel mechanism was intentionally created as a two-step process to eliminate the risk of accidental free chaining. The result is dramatically improved functionality and operator safety.

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