National Fleet EasyLoad Heavy Duty Van Hoist
- 1,100 lb lifting capacity
- Electric operation with hand-held unit
- 48" boom extension
- 65' extended cable is optional
- Maintenance-free hoist system
- Hoist can be stored in the middle, driver or passenger side
- Lift speed is 2" per second
- Winch specifications: 12V 100A
- Comes with door mounted killswitch
- Cut-to-fit universal sub-frame
- Can easily be removed and refitted to another van
- 2 year warranty
The National Fleet EasyLoad Heavy Duty Van Hoist stands out with its electrically powered extending boom that allows you to easily lift loads up to 1,100 lbs. The boom and winch are simple to use, they are electrically controlled with a single press of the button from the mobile control unit. Using the EasyLoad will increase the flexibility and workflow of your fleet with its improved loading capacity.
The EasyLoad hoist system consists of a highly durable, compact winch that lifts at 2" per second with a 3/16" thick cable. The extendable boom has an impressive build quality, and the lightweight construction delivers maintenance-free reliability. For safe loading, the winch can place heavy cargo in front of the rear axle for proper weight distribution. Only two cables have to be connected for the power supply from the vehicle, this means no expensive modifications are needed.
Installation of the EasyLoad is straightforward, the EasyLoad extendable boom is mounted to a lightweight, self supporting sub-frame. The sub-frame is universal and is cut to fit. It is fitted to the existing anchor points in the vehicle loading area, with all the weight being supported by the floor and legs of the frame, not the roof. The EasyLoad van hoist can easily be removed from your current van and refitted to a new van.
2 Year Warranty
National Fleet warrants the EasyLoad Van Hoist with a 2 year warranty. This protects it from any manufacturer defects and workmanship.
Even though we recommend having your EasyLoad Van Hoist installed by a shop, that doesn’t mean you can’t do it yourself. However, it may require some tools that most people don’t have readily available. Drilling through the floor and measuring and cutting the four legs for the sub-frame is needed.