3 Ton Low Headroom Push Hoist Trolley Series 635 by CM
Trolley only hoist sold separately, requires CM Lug mount hoist.
Availability: In stock
Regular Price: $1,070.00
Special Price $1,016.50
CM Low Headroom Trolley (Series 635)
The CM Series 635 was designed to be utilized with the CM Lodestar where versatility and strength are key components. Add a low headroom trolley to your Lug mounted Lodestar Hoist and gain some headroom.
Maximum Capacity: 3 ton
Lodestar Model compatibility: RT through RRT
Additional features and benefits include:
- Fits wide range of beam sizes for maximum versatility
- Steel plate side frames
- Steel spur gearing for optimum strength and smooth operation
- Universal Tread trackwheels that operate on standard S-beams or flat flanged beams
- Lifetime lubricated double row ball bearings for high efficiency, low maintenance
- Optional Trolley guards (Call for pricing)
- Lifetime warranty
- Metric rated
- For use with Rigid lug suspended Lodestar electric chain hoists
|Freight Status||Call 1-800-509-6131 for Freight Quote.|
|Trolley Capacity||3 ton|
|Lift Capacity||3 Ton|
|Hoist Mounting Type for Trolley||Lug Mount|
|Manufacturer Part Number||9576|
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