Locking Ratchet Pulley - 3/8" Rope - 250 lbs Capacity - 10 gallons or more
- ⅜” - Maximum Load Limit: 250 lbs 2:1 Pulling Ratio
- 17' Solid 3/8" Braided Polypropylene Rope
- Carabiner not included - must be purchased separately
- Recommended for 10 gallons and up
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Easy to Use
1. Hang the locking ratchet system on a tested secure source by S-Hook located next to small metal pulley.
2. Push the thumb release on ratchet to free rope and pull the ratchet close to the bag loops.
3. Hook bag loops onto the S hook or separate carabiner attached to black ratchet.
4. Now pull the loose end of 3/8 rope to raise the bag.
5. You'll hear the ratchet clicking - which locks the rope and bag in place.
Recommended for 10 gallons and up - This locking ratchet is made to lift the BIG grain bills. The rope is Solid Braided Polypropylene and the hooks are Zinc Plated Steel. To remove the bag, pull up on the bag to reduce tension and push the thumb release. If the release will be out of reach, attach the 1/8" rope and pull down.
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Makes 25lbs of wet grain feel like a walk in the park. Works very well, make sure you practice before brewday.
I use this with a 10 gallon water cooler in A HERMS setup. It makes separating grain from the mash very clean and allows a much easier transition to clean in place operations without needing to disconnect the lines.
The only complaint is the plastic release tab on the ratchet has a tiny pull rope to engage it doesn’t really work. I found myself having to use my finger to get it release consistently.
Nicholas - when using the black cord to release the object, lift the object slightly to release the pressure on the locking mechanism - then pull the rope. Be sure to have the red rope tied off or be holding it when that happens.
Really nice addition to the brew room. Makes one person brewing so much easier.
Set the ratcheting system up to lift 16lbs of grain from my pot. Raised it above the pot to drain and it stayed there nicely. A must have when you have a heavy and can't stand there to wait until it drains.
I recommend this product works great.
Disappointed! Pulling on the black cord is not able to release the ratchet; I have to get up on a step stool and depress the lever by hand. I ordered this device to raise and lower a birdfeeder without having to go up on a stepstool in the dead of Winter.
Jim - I read your comments on the pulley review and would like to offer the solution.
The instructions say that to use the black cord to release the object to lower, you must first slightly lift the object to release the pressure on the locking mechanism. Be sure to have the red rope tied off or in your hand so that the object does not drop on release of the mechanism.