Yale Electric Chain Hoist CPV
The CPV electric chain hoist combines modern design with technical innovation. Its robust construction makes it a versatile tool for professional applications. The integrated power limit switches significantly extend the service life of the slip clutch, engine and transmission.
Hoisting & Lifting Equipment |
by CMIP |
20 Dec 2020
Yale electric chain hoist with suspension bracket or integrated chassis CPV
Equipment and workmanship
- Engine group 1 Am/M4 or 1 Bm/M3 (only at 230 V, 1 phase, 50 Hz).
If necessary (with appropriate load capacity or ED change), the CPV model can also be classified up to the engine group 3m/M6.
- Main contactor as standard, for increased safety.
- Increased operational reliability due to 42 V control voltage (contactor control) and an encapsulated control switch in IP 65.
- 2 years warranty (excluding wearing parts) as well as a gearbox lubricated for life.
- The electromagnetic spring-loaded brake keeps the load safe even in the event of a power failure.
- Motors according to VDE 0530 in protection class IP 55, against ingress of dust and water jets.
- The easily adjustable safety slip clutch is arranged in such a way as to ensure an uninterrupted connection between load and brake.
- The standard, oil-bath-hardened gearbox with continuous helical toothing ensures particularly smooth running and a long service life.
- The gearboxes of the models CPV/F 2-8 and 5-4, CPV 2-4 and 5-2 as well as CPV/F 25-8 and 50-4 are closed assemblies with maintenance-free grease lubrication.
- Suspension bracket for compact dimensions and easy installation in closed eyelet constructions. Optionally, the version with carrying hook is also available.
- Chain guide made of steel, on the models CPV/F 2-8 and 5-4 as well as CPV 2-4 and 5-2 made of high-strength thermoplastic (POM).
- Load chain made of rust- and acid-resistant steel (without payload reduction)
- Niro load hooks on single-tier devices
- Food-grade gear oil and grease
- Carrying hooks
- Flexible chain accumulator
- Other operating voltages
- Counters for operating hours and circuits
- Remote control
- Synchronous control for operation with multiple devices.
- Manual or electric chassis.
- Trailing cables or other types of power supply
- Connection for crane rail systems
the extensive blog article from our friends at Mountain Productions, Inc.: https://shopmtn.co.uk/blogs/news/choosing-an-electric-hoist
as well as the detailed description at SafetyLiftinGear.com: https://www.safetyliftingear.com/news/post/yale-cpv-electric-chain-hoist
On our Vimeo channel you will find videos in different languages about the CPV electric chain hoist: https://vimeo.com/columbusmckinnonemea
Our German video series on the Yale CPV can be found here: https://vimeo.com/showcase/8906665