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Columbia Boom Assembly Winch

Columbia Boom Assembly Winch

Application: Columbia winch plays key role in boom assembly process
Customer: Vactor, Inc.
Location: Streater, IL
Hoist Model: Columbia WF7000-4A17-L-23 AC Electric Winch
Performance based on 460 VAC / 3 Phase / 60Hz:
Line Pull: 7,000 pounds on the first layer
Line Speed: 12.2 feet per minute on the first layer
Strap Capacity: 30 feet x 4″ wide nylon strap with latching hook
Special Features: Strap drum conversion

Why APPI: For more than 50 years, Vactor, Inc. has been manufacturing vacuum trucks for sewer cleaning and infrastructure maintenance.  A key feature on these trucks is an extendible boom that allows the vacuum tip to be easily positioned.

In 2009 they purchased one of our Columbia WF7000 AC electric winches equipped with a strap for pulling these boom assemblies together.  After 10 years of perfect performance, Ryan Leman, the supervisor in their jig and fixture department contacted us and asked for another unit to match the first one we provided.

The good news for both of us is that this unit will be used in a new manufacturing line they are putting together.  Ryan said this purchase was made with zero apprehension or doubt about how the unit would work for them.

Please contact us if you would like more information about this boom assembly winch or any of our other products and services.

Allied Power Products, Inc. has specialized in providing winches, hoists, capstans and cranes to meet our customers’ specific application requirements for more than 30 years.

Comments (2)

  • Thamothar Reply

    Dear sir

    Need Quote to Strap winch.

    Middle and maximum capacity

    September 18, 2022 at 9:35 pm
    • Jason Spencer Reply

      I’ve sent you an email. We would love to help with your project.

      September 21, 2022 at 10:12 am

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