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1 Tonne Chain Hoist (3m - 30m)

Product Code: CB1
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1 Tonne Chain Hoist - Product Description:

This 1 tonne chain hoist from SafetyLiftinGear is a versatile piece of lifting equipment that's suitable for a wide range of jobs. This portable chain block is lightweight and compact - black chain hoists like this one are ideal for use in the live entertainment industry.

Like all our chain hoists (also commonly known as hand chain hoists or block and tackle), this 1 tonne chain hoist is expertly crafted to allow you to raise and lower loads safely and efficiently. 

This manual chain hoist is available with lift heights ranging from 3mtr to 30mtr. Please select your preferred lift height before adding to basket.

Chain hoist specifications:

  • Heavy-duty block and tackle
  • Hand operated
  • Large opening swivel latch hooks with heavy-duty cast catch
  • High tensile quality load chain (black)
  • Zinc-plated hand chain
  • Captive bearings on load wheel
  • Asbestos-free brake discs
  • Fitted with a black load chain

We supply hand chain hoists to many of the UK's top hoist rental companies.

Fully tested and certified. 2 year warranty.

Limited offer - reduced prices on chain hoists!


Manual Chain Hoist FAQs

What is a manual chain hoist used for?

Manual chain hoists are used for lifting and lowering loads of varying weights and sizes. They are powered by manual force and work by two gears moving within the chain hoist housing. When one gear moves, the other moves to create a continuous loop.

It’s worth noting that manual chain hoists are only designed for hoisting and lowering loads, and not for pulling applications.

What is the difference between manual and electric chain hoists?

The biggest difference between manual chain hoists and electric chain hoists is speed of operation. Manual chain hoists are operated by hand so require an operator exerting manual force, so they’re only as effective as the person operating them.

Electric chain hoists offer a more precise speed control, as the electric mechanism automatically hoists and lowers loads at a consistent rate.

That being said, there are jobs that would benefit more from a manual chain hoist over an electric one. For example, in smaller jobs where a more precise move is required.

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Option code: CB1X3
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stuart harris, Westbury
Value for Money
perfect does exactly what it should!
Oliver, Norwich
Value for Money
Third chain hoist we've bought from this range. They are all in regular use in our plant and we've not looked back. Good value, reliable, robust kit. The next day AM delivery was spot-on.
Stu MacLean, Scottish Highlands
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Very good quality Chain block and surprisingly fast overnight delivery
Matt Milsom, RADSTOCK
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Always a first class service from Safety Lifting Gear, delivered to site Next working day no problem, great product,
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