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Columbia Film Roll Hoist Simplifies Lamination Process

Columbia Film Roll Hoist Simplifies Lamination Process

Application:  Columbia Film Roll Hoist lifts 400-pound rolls of laminating film onto a production table.
Customer:  Autofeeds Inc.
Location:  Green Bay, WI
Hoist Model: Columbia HD1300-1A34-F-11
Line Pull:  1,300 pounds on the first layer
Line Speed:  15 feet per minute on the first layer
Wire Rope Capacity: 40 feet x 3/16” diameter wire rope with latching hook
Power Source:  115 VAC / Single Phase / 60 Hz
Special Features:  Equipped with full voltage controls – NEMA 12 rated hand held pendant with six-foot lead.  Controls are integrated with a proprietary overload/over travel system supplied by Autofeed.

  Keeping production moving at Autofeeds requires moving 400 lb rolls of polyester film into position on an elevated table.  A small crane equipped with an AC winch was installed to handle this task but after a number of brake failures they initiated a search for a replacement.

After a careful evaluation process, they selected one of our Columbia HD1300 AC electric hoists which is equipped with a spring set, electrically released brake to ensure loads are properly held in place when not lifting or lowering them.  A .5 HP TEFC UL listed motor provides input power and a high efficiency, permanently lubricated planetary gear reduction ensure efficiency and reliability for the gear train.

Since the installation of our hoist on their line there hasn’t been a single down time incident related to it.

Please contact us if you would like more information about this particular film roll hoist system 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.

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