explosion proof electric chain hoist explosion proof cranes

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Operating in explosive atmospheres means there are different needs for lifting equipment, ranging from standard products to highly advanced cranes.

Because of this, we have manufactured our products to be optimized for your specific and often unique lifting requirements.

All crane components are selected to improve the high level of safety required for the hazardous atmospheres in chemical and petrochemical plants, oil refineries, gas power plants, wastewater treatment plants, paint shops and other industrial sites.

Lifthand electric chain hoist has been well sold in more than 50 countries in past years and win a good requtation.

Compared with other chinese suppliers,Lifthand brand electric chain hoist with more advantages:

1. Full Certificates such as CE,GS,TUV,ISO,SGS,etc.

2. Almost all spare parts was produced by ourselves.

3. Push button,remote control is imported from Taiwan.

4. High reputation in Europe,America,the Middle East,Africa and Southeast Asia.



  • Lightweight robust construction
  • Low effort to lift maximum load
  • Fully forged hooks
  • CE and ISO high grade alloy load chain
  • Durable baked enamel paint protection
  • Overload protection device available upon request
  • Excellent after-sale serve, market agent support and protection
  • Excellent quality, top in China, always the leader
  • Sample order and trail order are acceptable
  • We are the manufactuer

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The “Explosion Proof” term defines the electrical enclosures, controls, motors and wiring requirements required to contain any spark or arcing from penetrating the confines of the enclosure and potentially igniting the combustible material present in the atmosphere.
LIFTHAND Explosion Proof Classifications for Equipment (Class, Group & Division)
Class I - Locations: Are those in which flammable gases or vapors are or may be present in the air in quantities sufficient to produce explosive or ignitable mixtures.
Class II - Locations: Are those in which are hazardous due to the presence of combustible
Class III - Locations: Are those which are hazardous due to the presence of easily ignitable fibers or flyings, but in which such fibers or flyings are not likely to be in suspension in the air in quantities to produce ignitable mixtures.
Groups for Class I (above)
Group A - Atmospheres containing acetylene.
Group B - Atmospheres containing hydrogen, or gases (or vapors) of equivalent hazard, such as manufactured gas.
Group C - Atmospheres containing ethyl-ether vapors, ethylene or cyclo propane.

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