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CM Shopstar Model 2097 500 lb Electric Chain hoist 8 fpm 10ft lift 460/3/60

CM Shopstar Model 2097 500 lb Electric Chain hoist 10 foot lift height 8 fpm lift speed 460/3/60 rigid top hook no chain container.

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Regular Price: $1,920.66

Special Price $1,222.98

Columbus McKinnon

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The CM ShopStar electric chain hoist is built for rugged industrial and commercial use. This durable hoist features high H4 duty cycles and a compact design ideal for use at workstations and production lines. Standard overload device protects the hoist, operator and surrounding structure from damaging overloads.>/p>

Additional features and benefits include:

  • H4 duty cycle (300 motor starts/hour)
  • Easy installation and maintenance
  • Standard protector overload device
  • 10 pocket oblique lay liftwheel provides longer chain wear
  • Epoxy powder coat finish
  • 6-1/2 ft. power cord with molded 3 prong plug on 115 volt units
  • NEMA 4 industrial rated control station
  • Optional impact-resistant chain container available
  • Gear train lifetime lubricated with non-oxidizing grease
  • CM Hoist Alloy Load Chain (zinc plated optional)
  • Thermally protected hoist duty motor
  • Dual braking system - D.C. plus regenerative
  • Rugged cast aluminum alloy hoist frame
  • 5:1 design factor
  • Small, compact design for commercial & industrial applications
  • Rigid hook suspension prevents tangling of power cord
  • Hardened forged steel latch style lower hook rotates 360°
  • Totally enclosed non-ventilated hoist frame protects motor from environmental contamination
  • True vertical lift
  • Precision bearings used throughout hoist
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in U.S.A.

Specifications

Product Type Electric Chain Hoist
Brand CM Hoist
Capacity 500 lbs
Lift 10'
Hoist Model ShopStar
Lifting Speed 8 FPM
Headroom 11-15/16"
Power Supply 460-3-60
Duty Cycle H4
Control Type 1-Speed
Limit Switches Not Available
Mounting Type Hook

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Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 35.0000
Freight Status Ships by UPS
Manufacturer Columbus McKinnon
Electrification Type Three Phase 460
Manufacturer Part Number 2097
Chain Container Not Included
Pendant Speeds One Speed
Lift Height 10 ft.
Lift Speed 8 ft./min.
Lift Capacity 500 lbs.
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