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Indusl Door Opener, Hoist/Rght, Max H 24Ft
- Item # 2TRN1
- Mfr. Model # H501L5R
- UNSPSC # 30171512
- Catalog Page # 1545
- Shipping Weight 89.5 lbs.
- ItemIndustrial Door Opener
- TypeHoist, Right Hand Mount
- Max. Door Height (Ft.)24
- Max. Door Width (Ft.)22
- Motor TypeContinuous Duty
- Motor HP1/2
- ApplicationA Safe and Easy Way to Operate Commercial and Residential Garage Doors
- Reversal SystemInternal Auxiliary Reversal, Helps Prevent Door and Opener Damage and Operator Injury if an Obstruction is Hit
- Radio ReceiverBuilt-In
- FunctionRated For Up To 25 Cycles Per Hour At Peak Periods, Up To 80-90 Cycles Per Day, Ability to Control and Monitor with Smartphone
- IncludesControl Station
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