Demag’s latest chain hoist is a real pro


Demag Cranes and Components has extended its DC chain hoist range.

The DC-Pro 15 hoist provides customers with optimum value for money in the load range up to 3200kg.

Classification in FEM 2m+ ensures that its service life is extended by 20 per cent, thus offering the owner improved cost effectiveness.

The gearbox is maintenance-free for up to 10 years.

The double-encapsulated brake operates with minimum wear and does not need to be adjusted. In addition, the slipping clutch is maintenance-free for up to 10 years. The DC 15 is fitted with a proven 24V contactor control system.

The DC 15 chain hoist consists of robust and weight-saving die-cast aluminium with powder coating. The galvanised round steel chain, which has a hardened surface, offers protection against aggressive media.

The DC 15 is fitted with the DSC control pendant for smooth lifting and lowering. The length of the control pendant cable can be individually set by the owner and, therefore, adjusted to changing conditions on site.

A wireless control system DRC-DC radio control is also available.

DC 15 electric or manual trolleys offer a variable flange width for rapid installation and connection to cranes and profile girder sections.

The trolleys, which are graded in four sizes and rated for loads weighing up to 5600kg, facilitate smooth travel with low travel resistance.

Demag Cranes & Components
Ph: 9609 9500

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