BrewZilla Lift-N-Lock Pulley System

BrewZilla Lift-N-Lock Pulley System

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For all-in-one brewers and BIAB brewers, lifting the grains from your vessel can be daunting task. Give your back a rest and use the Lift-N-Lock pulley system to effortlessly lift up your grain bag or malt pipe and while your sweet wort drains into the kettle. This heavy-duty pulley is made from strong nylon strapping, laser cut 304 grade stainless steel and is capable of lifting large heavy loads with ease. It's the perfect pulley for lifting the heavy malt pipe from your BrewZilla or other all-in-one system, especially when brewing high gravity beers with a massive grain bill. It's a bit more expensive than other pulley systems, but there's no comparison when it comes to easily lifting or lowering the malt pipe. The included strap is 10m long by 25mm wide (32.8 ft. x 1 in.).

The pulley system enables you to multiply your pulling force by 4 times. If you apply 60 lbs of pulling force, the pulley can lift 240 lbs with relative ease. Be sure that the beam you mount the pulley to is rated for the total amount of force being applied i.e. pulling force plus load weight, so for this example 300+ lbs.

KegLand Item Number: KL30885

Item # BE658
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 2 LBS
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To care my back
Bojdan Statutiak on Aug 27, 2022
To care my back
Bojdan Statutiak on Aug 27, 2022
Will be helpful in picking up heavy grain
David R on Aug 23, 2022
Will be helpful in picking up heavy grain
David R on Aug 23, 2022

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Hard to use with moving trolley
I wanted to love this unit but instead have been very frustrated with the difficulty in releasing the locking mechanism. It is true that having a trolley mounted screw eye that the unit hangs from is part of the problem, but in a brew room, lifting and then moving the object is the main reason I purchased it. I ended up mounting a smaller pulley above the release clip on the trolley several inches over from the screw eye the unit hangs from, and ran a small heavy duty cord over it. The cord is looped through the clip (or brake) over the pulley and weighted at end about 6-7 ' off floor. This allows me to release the brake once I have lifted and moved the load to where I want it. Without that diy release cord, when holding the load in place I was unable to reach out far enough to pull up and away far enough to release the brake on the load. If you are just pulling loads up and then releasing then down onto mobile carts, truck beds, etc. then you can probably stand far enough away to jerk the brake loose to lower the load.
August 15, 2022
1 month ago