COFFING JLC Models
Designed for industrial duty performance. Compact in size, the JLC features a multiple disc motor brake, overload clutch, and chain end stop for safety.
CAPACITIES & LIFTS
Rated loads from 1/8 - 2 Tons, with 10, 15, and 20 ft standard lifts (other lifts available by special order). Standard push button drop is 4 ft less than lift. CSA approved.
Choose from 115/230V-1PH or 230/460V-3PH.
Standard features include a rigid top hook, chain container (most models), an easy access panel plate for hoist maintenance, a multiple disc motor brake for positive load control, a 5-pocket sheave which increases chain-to-sheave engagement 25% over standard 4-pocket designs, mechanical overload protection and a finned aluminum housing with Class F insulation for longer life.
Adjustable to regulate upper and lower load travel. Brass nuts standard for improved repeatability and chain positioning.
OIL BATH TRANSMISSION
Precision machined alloy steel gears run in oil bath for longer, quieter operation.
NEMA 3R PUSH BUTTON STATION
Ergonomic design fits operator’s hand for thumb or two-handed operation. 24V control for operator safety. 115V control available upon request.
Compact aluminum housing for portability and ease of installation.
Standard on lifts up to 20 ft.
Made in the U.S.A.
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