Chain Drive Wallboard Lifter

Chain Drive Wallboard Lifter



 

Robust chain drive system outlasts cable driven models

 

 

 

  • Designed to reach up to 14½ feet or up to 15′ 11″ when used with 18″ extension
  • Easy to operate winch with torque limiter
  • 6″ diameter heavy duty casters
  • Solid steel frame with dependable multi-stage chain
  • Vinyl end caps help prevent material from damage during transport
  • Backstop keeps tripod assembly in place during the lifting process
  • Cradle tilts laterally 65° for installation on walls and sloped ceilings
  • Adjustable cradle extensions accommodate various wallboard configurations
  • Collapses for transport in most car trunks
  • Low 35″ load height or only 4″ with the model 195 Loader Attachment
  • Model 117 Storage Cart manufactured specifically for the 439 chain drive unit

Model:                                                   439
Weight Lifting Capacity:                   150 lbs. (68 Kg.)
Casters:                                                3 – 6″ diameter heavy dutys
Mechanical System:                          Manual winch with torque limiter, multi-stage chain    
Loading Height (from floor):             35″ (89cm) or 4″ (10cm) with loading attachment
Cradle Length:                                     Minimum 48″ (122cm), maximum 114″ (290cm)                                         
Dimensions:                                         Caster to caster – 53″ (135cm); Cradle height from floor – 56″ (142cm)
Shipping Dimensions (LxHxW):      Box 1 (contains mast) 49½ x 7¼ x 20¾” (126 x 18½ x 53cm)
                                                                Box 2 (contains base and cradle) 49½ x 7¼ x 15½” (126 x 18½ x 39½cm)
Weight:                                                 124 lbs. (56½Kg)
Shipping Weight:                                157 lbs. (71.36Kg) (Box 1 – 78 lbs./ Box 2 – 79 lbs.)
Warranty:                                              3 year on drive train

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