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"Milwaukee Professional Electric Chain Hoist - 2-Ton Capacity, 15ft. Lift, Model# 9572"

Item# 332412
"This Milwaukee Professional Electric Chain Hoist adds lifting convenience to shop and manufacturing facilities, with load lift and height options to fit your roughest assignments. This feature-filled hoist includes a multi-disc magnetic brake for positive load holding and spotting. Adjustable upper and lower limit switches, along with an overload limiting clutch and latch-type ridged top hook. The single phase motor provides the power to meet your operational requirements 24V pushbutton station fits easily in hand to allow thumb, trigger or two-handed operation. U.S.A. Remote Length ft. 11, Control Type Pendant control, Load Capacity lbs. 4,000, Brake Type Disc brake, Motor Output HP 1, Lift Height ft. 15, Thermal Overload Protection Yes, Chain Bag Included No, Lifting Speed FPM 8, Duty Cycle H3, Volts 115/230, Motor Phases Single phase."
Average Customer Rating:
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Customer Reviews for "Milwaukee Professional Electric Chain Hoist - 2-Ton Capacity, 15ft. Lift, Model# 9572"
Review 1 for "Milwaukee Professional Electric Chain Hoist - 2-Ton Capacity, 15ft. Lift, Model# 9572"
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Excellent Electric Hoist

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December 20, 2015
By
from Leesburg, Fl
I now have (4) of these counting the latest one I just purchased. (3) are approximately 8 to 10 years old. They are out in the weather 100% of the time and have held up very well except for the control (replaced a couple of times over the years) with (1) just loosing a motor, I am not sure. With that being it I will continue to purchase this model in the future when needed. I do recommend making a cover though, that's why mine have probably lasted so long outside.
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