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High travel speeds, low noise levels and accurate positioning are characteristics of the Hänel Lean-Lift®
The Hänel Lean-Lift® high-speed generation
The Hänel Lean-Lift® is also avail-able in a high-speed version. The vertical speed of travel, for example for containers with a load capacity of up to 500kg, is 2.30 m/sec with an empty extractor, and 1.00 m/sec with a loaded extractor. Depending on type, the extractor travels horizontally and jolt-free at a speed of 1.60 m/sec.
Moreover each Hänel Lean-Lift® is equipped with a soft start control with frequency converter.
The advantage: Gentle and rapid acceleration and braking.
The vertical carriage (extractor) has 4-point suspension...
This has enormous advantages: • No tilting of the extractor. • No problems with certain load imbalances, especially with heavy loads, and therefore a longer lifecycle. • Easy maintenance access from the side. • Easy attachment of the arresting device for the extractor.
...and time-proven, low-noise 4-chain technology!
• Roller chains are durable, so no fatigue failures. • Long lifecycle. • No replacement necessary at fixed service intervals. • Roller chains have a high rate of efficiency (98%). • Accurate positioning because of high rigidity. • No slip on emergency stops.
Highly efficient and powerful motors allow the extractor to achieve travel speeds of up to 2.3 m/sec
The Hänel EcoDrive® – CO2 reductions thanks to efficient energy recovery
In the Hänel Lean-Lift® EcoDrive®, a frequency converter converts the kinetic energy of the descending extractor into electrical energy and feeds it back into the electrical supply system. Depending on the traversing rate, up to 40% of the energy fed in for the upward run can be returned to the supply network.