JET® is committed to engineering and manufacturing the safest products on the market to limit job site liability.
The exclusive JET patented single-piece fused brake design is a revolution in hoist technology. Fusing three components into a single-piece design, this technology is the safest and most durable brake system in the market. JET is so confident of this design, it’s backed by a lifetime replacement warranty. The JET fused brake design is the future of hoist safety.
The dual pawl Weston style brake is a double ratchet pawl design that increases load safety. The dual pawl system is what physically stops and holds the load when the lifting and lowering operation stops
Overload protection models feature a slip clutch design, which protects the user and the hoist by preventing unintentional lifting of damaging loads.
All JET hoists are engineered to meet strict tolerances and are constructed with quality materials to ensure they last. JET stands behind these products with industry-leading warranties and support.
The impact resistant, all steel construction of JET manual hoists increases durability, lengthening tool life.
The heat-treated, case hardened and corrosive resistant coated internal parts extend the life of the hoist in the harshest environments.
The corrosive resistant plated Grade 100 load chain is a smaller, more compact link that is 20% stronger than Grade 80 load chain.
The cast-steel safety latches are more durable than stamped steel latches and will not bend out of compliance with lifting regulations.
The alloy steel hooks rotate 360 degrees for easy rigging applications, and slowly stretch to indicate an overload situation
This product complies with ANSI / ASME B30.21 and HST-3 standards.
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