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Columbia AC Electric Hoists

AC Electric Hoists

(Lifting)

Our Columbia AC Electric Hoists feature compact and efficient transplant reductions that require less input power, increase production while minimizing hoist size and weight. TEFC, UL-listed brake motors stay cooler during long duty cycles and their load holding brakes apply automatically.

Sealed construction keeps gears, shaft surfaces and bearings lubricated - no pillow blocks that require greasing. Modular design allows drum size changes and a wide range of gear ratios and motor sizes provide the performance required for your application. A full selection of options from single-speed drum switches to synchronized muli-unit/multi-axis systems put you in full control of your AC Electric Hoists.

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Features

Planetary Reductions

Brake Motors

Sealed Construction

Modular Design

Custom Units Available

Wide Range of Options




Available Products






Application Considerations

Determining the required line pull is the most important factor in selecting the proper winch or hoist for your application.

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Line speed is the distance the load travels over a given amount of time.

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Horsepower is a measurement of the rate (line speed) at which work (line pull) is performed.

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Travel distance is the distance the load must move. Determining travel distance is more difficult in positioning systems, when using multiple pieces of line or when line stays in the system.

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Wire rope size is determined primarily by the weight of the load being pulled or lifted.

More Information on Wire Rope Sizes and Break Strengths >>

The duty cycle of a winch or hoist is a measurement of how often it is used in a given amount of time.

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To prevent excessive wire rope wear and damage and ensure the safety of operators, a location that permits proper fleet angle is necessary to let the wire rope spool uniformly onto the drum.

More Information on Fleet Angle Considerations >>

The temperature, humidity, exposure to elements, ventilation, and elevation can all play in a role when specifying the proper winch or hoist for the job.

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AC Electric Hoists In Use

Columbia Cooling Tower Davit Crane

Application:  Cooling Tower Davit Crane
Customer:  Fox Engineering
Location:  Oregon City, Oregon
Hoist model:  Columbia HD2000-1A34-F-01 AC Electric Hoist
Davit Crane Model:  Columbia 20AAM with extended mast and boom, wall mount base, upper limit switch
Line pull:  2,000 pounds on the first layer
Line speed:  12 feet per minute on the first layer
Power source:  115 VAC / Single Phase / 60 Hz…

Columbia Turbine Hoist Assists Maintenance Procedure

Application:  Columbia turbine hoist used to raise and lower submerged turbine for maintenance and adjustments
Customer:  Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative – New England
Location:  Marion, MA
Hoist Model:  Columbia HL12000-2A17-L-02 AC Electric Hoist
Line Pull:  12,000 pounds on the first layer
Line Speed:  5 feet per minute on the first layer
Wire Rope Capacity:  55 feet x 1/2″ stainless steel wire rope with thimble eye
Power Source:  230 VAC / Single Phase / 60 Hz…

Columbia ROV Testing Hoist

Application:  Deep Sea ROV Testing Hoist
Customer: 
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Location:  Woods Hole, MA
Hoist Model:  Columbia HD1000-1A17-F-11
Line Pull: 
1,000 pounds on the first layer
Line Speed:  7.7 feet per minute on the first layer (customer requested speed)
Power Source:  115 VAC / Single phase / 60 Hz
Special Features:  Reduced speed required for testing application…