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CM Series 622 1 ton Hand Chain Hoists 10 ft. Lift

The CM Series 622 Hand Chain Hoist features a simple, efficient and economical design for easy installation and use.

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The CM Series 622 Hand Chain Hoist features a simple, efficient and economical design for easy installation and use. Great for light duty maintenace and service work.

Features and benefits include:

  • Simple, efficient, economical design
  • Equipped with hardened load chain for flexibility and long wear
  • Compact design, low headroom and lightweight steel construction for easy installation, even in confined spaces
  • Weston-type load brake requires no lubrication
  • Hand wheel cover with guide slots minimizes jamming and slipping
  • Forged swivel hooks with latches reduce twisting of chain and unintentional unhooking of load when chain is slack
  • Standard hand chain drop is 2 feet less than lift (example: 10 foot lift hoist has 8 foot hand chain drop)
  • One-year warranty
  • Metric rated
  • Available 1/2 - 5 ton capacity
Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 26.0000
Freight Status No
Manufacturer Columbus McKinnon
Manufacturer Part Number 2256
Lift Height 10 ft.
Lift Capacity 1 Ton
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