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Liftmaster HJ 5011 Industrial-Duty Hoist/Jackshaft Operator

Liftmaster HJ 5011 Industrial-Duty Hoist/Jackshaft Operator

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Product Description

If you’re looking for a new door opener for your industrial sectional doors with high or vertical lift, consider the LiftMaster H/J 5011 industrial-duty hoist/jackshaft operator, available from North Shore Commercial Door. The LiftMaster jack shaft model #H 5011 also works with rolling doors and grilles, making it a versatile choice. The product includes a high-starting torque continuous-duty motor with overload protection. Want to learn more? Ask our staff and other users about this product using our "Questions" app.

UL325-2010 monitored entrapment capability with advanced sensors offer primary monitored entrapment protection

UL-listed and UL-labeled for observance of local codes and standards

Floor-level chain hoist with electrical interlock for emergency manual door operation

Three-button control station

Heavy-duty 5L V-belt

Comes with adjustable friction clutch to help avoid damage

Fully adjustable linear-driven limit mechanism

Two-year warranty

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QUESTION: i need to replace the motor only? by mark e 2/24/2016
STAFF ANSWER: <a href="https://www.northshorecommercialdoor.com/2limohjandhj.html" target="_blank">https://www.northshorecommercialdoor.com/2limohjandhj.html</a><br /><br /><br />Follow the link and select your motor in the drop down box. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: I want the door on the right side of opeaner so is that a left hand mount? by None N 4/2/2013
STAFF ANSWER: When deciding if you need Right or Left hand mounting. Stand on the inside of the garage facing the door. If you want the opener on the right, select right hand. And the same goes for left. Either way these openers can be switched from left hand to right hand in the field so it really does not matter that much. by Matthew O a
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