R&M Series II 1/4 Ton Manual Chain Hoist 10 ft Lift

RM Series II Manual Chain Hoist versatile and heavy duty for a wide range of uses.

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RM Series II Manual Chain Hoist

  • Standard lift is 10 ft (3 m). Hand chain drop is 2 ft (0.5 m) less than lift. Additional lifts available.
  • Overload limiting device to prevent lifting loads beyond rated capacity. (Except 1/4 ton [250 kg] unit).
  • High strength, grade 80 alloy steel load chain with galvanized finish for corrosion resistance.
  • Hooks are alloy steel, heat treated and equipped with hook latches and inspection points.
  • Dual pawl Weston-style brake with two brake friction discs provides four braking surfaces.
  • RM Series II Manual Chain Hoist meets or exceeds international standards, including ASME B30.16.
 

Model

Capacity
Ton [kg]

Falls

Chain Pull ² 
Lbs. [N]

Headroom
Inch [mm]

RMII-250

1/4 [250]

1

53 [235]

11 [280]

RMII-500

1/2 [500]

1

54 [240]

13.6 [345]

RMII-1000

1 [1000]

1

57 [250]

14.8 [376]

RMII-1500

1.5 [1500]

1

60 [265]

17.4 [442]

RMII-2000

2 [2000]

1

76 [335]

18.5 [470]

RMII-3000

3 [3000]

1

84 [372]

>21.6 [548]

RMII-5000

5 [5000]

2

81 [360]

27.1 [688]

RMII-7500

7.5 [7500]

3

84 [372]

27.1 [688]

RMII-10000

10 [10000]

4

84 [372]

30.1 [765]

Note: Reference Technical Guide for additional dimensional data 
² Effort required to lift rated load. 


Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 14.1000
Freight Status Call 1-800-509-6131 for Freight Quote.
Manufacturer R&M
Manufacturer Part Number 2104341010
Lift Height 10 ft.
Lift Capacity 1/4 Ton
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