About the Imer BE200 Scaffold Hoist
The Imer BE200 scaffold hoist is compact in nature and well over 10kg lighter than most other scaffold hoists the BE200 has many benefits. Firstly it is much easier to transport to where it is needed, its easy to fit too. Scaffold clamps or pole may be needed to attach the hoist to a scaffold pole.
The hoist fits to a lower support beam which incorporates a work positioning lever. This enables you to move it to your preferred position and lock it in place. The hoist is supported to the upper clamp or pole location via an upper tie-rod. Which incorporates a turnbuckle for adjusting the tension to ensure the hoist gets the correct amount of support. (see images). This set up is obviously much lighter and easier to handle than a hoist with a rigid frame.
The BE200 scaffold hoist can lift and lower loads up to 200kg at average speeds of 20 meters per minute when fully loaded. What’s more it can lift to a maximum height of 30 meters thanks to the 31 metres of steel wire rope it comes with (5mm diameter). More specifications can be found in the table below.
The operation of this hoist is done via the push button pendant type controller which incorporates an emergency stop button and a 16A !P67 EC flying plug. The motor is self braking with a magnetic device.
Enhance your Scaffold Hoist
It is easy to further enhance the use of this Imer scaffold hoist or any other scaffold hoist by means of using one of the great accessories available at Lifting Hoists Direct. From wheel barrow slings to a full on liftable wheel barrow; tipping buckets or brick baskets and so much more. There is also a selection of accessories to attach scaffold hoists in different ways in different areas like window props.
Browse the scaffold hoist accessories page to find out what is available to help lift your materials more easily.
By using some of these accessories you can greatly improve productivity and therefore improving cost efficiency as time = money!
Get in Touch
For any help and advice you may need simply call the team on 01384 76961 where we will be able to answer your questions. You can also email us using the rapid enquiry form or contact us page.