New RY Series Wire Rope Hoist from Harrington

Posted by Melissa Hall in Products & Services, May 23, 2019

Introducing the new RY Series Wire Rope Hoists from Harrington. This revolutionary ultra-low headroom trolley hoist is available in 3 and 5 Ton capacities and has an H4 duty rating for high demand applications. Harrington’s RY Series Wire Rope Hoists are the only wire rope hoists to be certified and listed to UL 1340 “Standard for Hoists” and CSA 22.2 No. 33.

A dual speed variable frequency drive (VFD) control comes standard on both the hoist and trolley to allow for optimal speed adjustability, while providing for soft start/stop to minimize load swing and high/low speed adjustability. A standard count hour meter records and displays the number of lifting/lowering starts and hoists to help ensure on time preventative maintenance.

The high-performance pull-rotor motor brake carries a 5-year brake warranty regardless of wear and is designed with no brake coil to avoid failures seen in conventional disk brakes.

RY Series Wire Rope Hoist Features:

  • 3 and 5 Ton capacities
  • 60 minute duty cycle
  • Standard dual speed variable frequency drive (VFD) control on both hoist and trolley
  • No load high speed function
  • Premium IWRC wire rope
  • Full 360° rope guide
  • High performance pull-rotor motor brake with a 5-year warranty
  • Heavy duty fan cooled hoist motor with IP55 rating
  • Externally adjustable upper / lower limit switches
  • Standard upper emergency paddle limit
  • Standard rubber trolley bumpers
  • Recommended for -4° to +104° F and humidity of 90% or less

For more information about the Harrington RY Series Wire Rope Hoists and to request a quote, contact your local YorkHoist Territory Sales Representative by calling (800) 846-1224 or email onlinesales@yorkhoist.com.

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