The Kito CB Atex Manual Chain Hoist is a special variant of the standard CB chain hoist that has a special explosion protected design. It is perfectly suited for use in areas in production and storage were mixtures of gases, vapours and dust may form an explosive atmosphere in combination with air, Kito has designed a chain hoist for operation in working environments with explosive atmospheres. The Kito CB Atex Chain Hoist conforms to ATEX Directive 2014/34/EU and as available for use in T4 temperature environments.
The main advantages of the CB ATEX are its easy handling, long service life, and reliability. The CB Atex offers capacities ranging from 500kg up to 3000kg with higher capacities available on request. The standard lifting height is 3 and 3.5 meters, variable lifting heights are available on request. The chain hoist is primarily targeted at heavy duty users, with several unique design features benefiting users. Ideal applications include use in Petrochem, Offshore oil and gas rigs, chemical, mining, paint booths, and similar environmental applications.
Suspension types include a Top hook, Plain trolley and hand geared trolley configurations. When supplied with a trolley suspension the CB ATEX includes solid bronze wheels though to 2000kg capacities, and bronze coated wheels on the 3000kg model. With the hand geared trolley the hand chain is stainless steel as standard.
One of the most unique features is the robust body size compared to other models which are fitted with double-reduction gearing. Kitos CB ATEX series stands out with a brake design that is twice the size and durability of competitive units, resulting in less heat buildup and allowing a longer height of lift than other models. The hoist offers a special mechanism of sealed ball bearings, that increase mechanical strength. The CB ATEX series has a copper coated bottom hook and latch, Super premium nickel plated load chain and stainless steel hand chain.
|SKU||Capacity (kg)||Standard Height Of Lift (m)||Hand Chain Folded Length (m)||Chain Pull To Lift Full Load (N)||Load Chain Diameter x Chain Fall (mm)||Weight (kg)||Headroom (C) (mm)||A (mm)||B (mm)||D (mm)||E (mm)||F (mm)||G (mm)||S (mm)|