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CBT 3 Ton Push Hoist Trolley CBTP0300 by CM

The smooth rolling CM Hoist CBT is the economical choice for most applications. The trolley features steel wrap around side plates, dual tread wheels and lifetime lubricated shielded ball bearings.

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CBT Push Trolleys – Versatile, Economical, and Reliable

 

The smooth rolling CM Hoist CBT is the economical choice for most applications. The trolley features steel wrap around side plates, dual tread wheels and lifetime lubricated shielded ball bearings. The CBT Model by CM Hoist is also available in hand geared models.

 

  • Capacities - Rated loads from 1/4 to 5 Ton (Metric Rated).
  • Economical - Excellent low cost choice for manual and powered hoists.
  • Rugged - Designed to provide superior performance and long, efficient service.
  • Low Rolling Effort
  • Universal Hanging Clevis - Accepts most hook mounted hoists.
  • Adjustable - Trolley easily adjusts to fit any beam flange within range of adjustment, up to an 8.7” flange width.
  • Wrap-Around Side Plates - Lugs provide additional security to increase operator safety and act as bumpers to protect wheels.
  • Dual Tread Wheels - Will fit either tapered or flat beam flange within range of adjustment. Wheels include permanently lubricated, shielded ball bearings for long life and low maintenance.
  • Lifetime Warranty

 

SPECIFICATIONS - Model CBT

 

Capacity * (Ton)

Push

Product Code**

Standard Beam

Height (In.)

I-Beam Width

(In.)

Minimum

Radius Curve (In)

Wheel Tread

Diameter (In)

Wt. (Lb.)

1/4

 

CBT(P)-0025

4-24

2.0-8.7

27

2.36

19

1/2

CBT(P)-0050

4-24

2.0-8.7

27

2.36

19

1

CBT(P)-0100

5-24

2.3-8.7

36

2.36

26

2

CBT(P)-0200

6-24

2.3-8.7

45

3.15

46

3

CBT(P)-0300

8-24

3.0-8.7

55

4.41

86

5

CBT(P)-0500

10-24

3.5-8.7

70

4.92

130

* Metric Rated


Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 97.0000
Freight Status Call 1-800-509-6131 for Freight Quote.
Manufacturer Columbus McKinnon
Trolley Capacity 3 ton
Lift Capacity 3 Ton
Trolley Type Push
Hoist Mounting Type for Trolley Hook Mount
Product Brochure N/A
Manufacturer Part Number CBTP0300
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