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Coffing EMW 500lbs. Light Duty Wire Rope Hoist 10 ft. lift

Coffing EMW Model is a wire rope hoist designed for a variety of light duty applications. This model features thermally protected motors.

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Regular Price: $1,144.00

Special Price $759.00

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Coffing EMW Model is a wire rope hoist designed for a variety of light duty applications. This model features thermally protected motors.

Additional features and benefits include:

  • Rated loads 500 pounds. 10-foot lift with 6-foot push button cord standard.
  • Voltages - 115V, single phase motors only.
  • Swivel top and bottom hooks with safety latches standard suspensions.
  • Provided with grounded 3-prong plug for easy installation in any standard 115V outlet.
  • Aluminum housing provides lightweight and compact strength and portability. Weighs less than 25 lbs.
  • Upper and lower limit switches on chain models and upper paddle limit switch on wire rope model regulates load travel.
  • Electromagnetic brake is quick acting for positive load control.
  • Thermal motor protection standard to prevent overheating.
  • Rated for intermittent duty applications (10-minute run time per hour maximum).
  • UL Listed
  • Lifetime warranty
Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 21.0000
Freight Status Ships by UPS
Trolley Type Hook
Lift Capacity 500 lbs.
Lift Height 10 ft.
Electrification Type Single Phase 115
Lift Speed 10 ft./min.
Manufacturer Part Number 07612W
Manufacturer Coffing
Traversing Speed n/a
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