Columbia Strap Hoists Help Hatchery Sort Salmon
Application: Columbia Strap Hoists Help Hatchery Sort Salmon
Customer: Bonneville Fish Hatchery
Location: Cascade Locks, OR
Hoist Model: Columbia HD900-4A34-X-15
Line Pull: 900 pounds on the first layer
Line Speed: 21 feet per minute on the first layer
Power Source: 460 VAC / Three Phase / 60 Hz
• 2.0” wide strap; drum modification with tie rod strap guide
• Custom three phase brake motor (3/4 HP totally enclosed, Fan Cooled and UL listed)
Why APPI: Every fall, the Bonneville Fish Hatchery fills with adult Chinook and Coho salmon returning to their spawning grounds, which in this case is the hatchery, to complete their life cycle. When the adults first arrive they swim into a crowder which is then lifted to a sorting station where they are separated according to species, sex, and condition.
Our Columbia AC electric strap hoists are used on the crowder gates and on the crowder elevators. With approximately 30,000 Chinook and 50,000 Coho salmon being processed at the hatchery, these strap hoists are a key part of keeping the operation running smoothly.
Please contact us if you would like more information about these particular strap hoists 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.