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JDN Mini Air Hoist with Travel Case
The popular JDN mini Air Hoist is now available with an exclusive JDN carry case, making it a convenient way to travel with your hoist, or easier to store when not in use.

With its patented motor brake system and robust aluminium housing the JDN mini consists of only a few components result in low and easy maintenance. Due to its small headroom and light weight the JDN mini is easy to handle and move around.

JDN Mini Air Hoist
Now available in a convenient
portable travel case


  • Manufactured in Germany under strict quality control.
  • Insensitive to dust, humidity & temperatures from – 20°C up to approx. +50°C.
  • Suitable for application in hazardous areas and horizontal pulling.
  • Self-cooling air motor that will not overheat.
  • Convenient carry case - take it anywhere or store it!
  • Ready to use, comes complete with air hoses and fittings.
  • Available in 125kg & 250kg capacity.


Application 1JDN mini 250 holding machine parts in processing plant.

Application 2Comes complete with air hose and fittings.


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Lifting Techniques
Lifting and Materials Handling Equipment

Our range of lifting and materials handling equipment is extensive - including Jib Cranes, Electric Chain Hoists, Air Hoists, Chain and Lever Blocks, Trolleys and Clamps, Magnetic Lifters, Winches and more.

Data Pro

The DataPro42 is an electronic device which has been developed in response to the requirements of AS2550.  The device ensures that the owners of new wire rope hoists or hoists that have been re-certified for continued safe use can achieve the maximum design life from their equipment by electronically storing all utilisation into memory within the device for future retrieval.

Machinery and Equipment Pre Start System

This system allows the owner to take control of who is authorised to use or operate equipment which may require owner specific or site specific pre-starting procedures, training or authorisation before it can be used or operated.