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Columbia Hook Mounted Portable Hoist Lifts Metal Studs

Columbia Hook Mounted Portable Hoist Lifts Metal Studs

Application:  Hook mounted portable hoist for lifting metal studs during construction
Customer: Dahmer Contracting Group, Lenexa Kansas
Hoist Model: Columbia HMH-600 AC Hoist
Line Pull: 600 pounds on the first layer
Line Speed: 37 feet per minute on the first layer
Wire Rope Capacity: 82 feet x 1/4″ wire rope with latching swivel hook
Power Source: 115 VAC / Single Phase / 60 Hz
Standard Features:  Bail and safety latch mount, Pushbutton control pendant with E-Stop button and 32’ lead, 16’ power cord, Upper and lower limit sensors, Automatic load suspending brake, Secondary ratchet & pawl brake, 5 HP, IP44 rated motor

Why APPI:  “Lightweight metal stud” becomes a terminology oxymoron when you work with large ones that are 46 feet in length and weigh in at 185 pounds.

To cut construction time and make lifting these unwieldy pieces safer and easier for their framing crews, Dahmer Contracting Group of Lenexa, Kansas, is using one of our Columbia HMH-600 hook mounted portable hoists to lift two studs at a time from horizontal to vertical.  With a weight of less than 60 pounds it’s easy to hang and move from one lifting position to another as framing progresses.  The lifting speed of this hook mounted portable hoist makes it possible to lift the longest of these pieces to vertical and be ready to anchor in less than a minute.  As it operates on 115 VAC, it’s usable even at job sites that are on generator power.

Please contact us if you would like more information about this particular hook mounted portable 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.

Comment (1)

  • eddy paduga Reply

    how much this particular product pls?
    and do you make a 240 volts version of this unit?

    December 27, 2017 at 2:43 am

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