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26924 manual scs
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KEY
NO.
673-51
673-52
673-53
673-54
673-55
673-56
673-57
673-58
NO.
REQ’D.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
673-59
673-60
673-61
*673-62
673-63
673-64
673-65
673-66
673-67
673-68
673-69
673-70
673-71
*673-72
673-73
673-74
673-75
673-76
**673-77
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
PART NAME
Hook Block Screw
Load Chain (Specify Length Req’d.)
End Ring
Capacity Label
I.D. Label
Warning Tag
Patent Label(no longer available order 673-55)
Load Limiter Label (Only for units
with Load Limiter)
Load Limiter (Optional)
Cam Washer
Anchor Sling
Lower Hook with latch (Latch type)
Lower Hook Washer
Lower Hook Nut
Lower Hook Nut Pin
Lower Hook Block Screw
Lower Hook Block Screw L.W.
Lower Hook Block Screw Nut
Reeving Caution Plate
Lower Sheave
Lower Hook Block
Upper Hook with latch (latch type)
Upper Hook Nut
Upper Hook Nut Pin
Hoist Hanger
Dead End Pin
Upper hook block assembly (includes
673-16,673-30 and 673-35)
3/4 TON
40854
85839
73759
7310 P
7309 P
73606
PART NUMBER
1 1/2 TON
3 TON
40855
–
85847
40471
73751
73752
73750
73761
–
73763
7311 P
73316
7312 P
73607
Note: When ordering parts, always furnish rated load and serial number of hoist
on which the parts are to be used.
For the location of the nearest CM Master Parts Depot, see the list located on the
inside front cover.
–
40606
50454
40382
982335
940812
940830
945820
45757
40166
40689
73321
40382
982335
73324
40851
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THE WARRANTY STATED BELOW IS GIVEN IN PLACE OF ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR
OTHERWISE, NO PROMISE OR AFFIRMATION OF FACT
MADE BY ANY AGENT OR REPRESENTATIVE OF SELLER
SHALL CONSTITUTE A WARRANTY BY SELLER OR GIVE
RISE TO ANY LIABILITY OR OBLIGATION.
instructions and recommendations; or (3) installed, repaired,
altered or modified without compliance with such law, instructions or recommendations.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE
FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES AS
THOSE TERMS ARE DEFINED IN SECTION 2-715 OF THE
UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE.
Seller warrants that on the date of delivery to carrier the
goods are free from defects in workmanship and materials.
INDEMNIFICATION AND SAFE OPERATION
Buyer shall comply with and require its employees to comply
with directions set forth in instructions and manuals furnished
by Seller and shall use and require its employees to follow
such instructions and manuals and to use reasonable care in
the use and maintenance of the goods. Buyer shall not
remove or permit anyone to remove any warning or instruction
signs on the goods. In the event of personal injury or damage
to property or business arising from the use of the goods,
Buyer shall within 48 hours thereafter give Seller written notice
of such injury or damage. Buyer shall cooperate with Seller in
investigating any such injury or damage and in the defense of
any claims arising therefrom.
SELLER’S SOLE OBLIGATION IN THE EVENT OF BREACH OF
WARRANTY OR CONTRACT OR FOR NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE WITH RESPECT TO GOODS SOLD SHALL BE
EXCLUSIVELY LIMITED TO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT, F.O.B.
SELLER’S POINT OF SHIPMENT, OF ANY PARTS WHICH
SELLER DETERMINES TO HAVE BEEN DEFECTIVE or if Seller
determines that such repair or replacement is not feasible, to
a refund of the purchase price upon return of the goods to
Seller.
Any action against Seller for breach of warranty, negligence or
otherwise, must be commenced within one year after such
cause of action accures.
NO CLAIM AGAINST SELLER FOR ANY DEFECT IN THE
GOODS SHALL BE VALID OR ENFORCEABLE UNLESS
BUYER’S WRITTEN NOTICE THEREOF IS RECEIVED BY
SELLER WITHIN ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF SHIPMENT.
Seller shall not be liable for any damage, injury or loss arising
out of the use of the goods if, prior to such damage, injury or
loss, such goods are (1) damaged or misused following
Seller’s delivery to carrier; (2) not maintained, inspected, or
used in compliance with applicable law and Seller’s written
PART NUMBERS FOR PACKAGED LUBRICANTS USED IN THE SHORT HANDLE PULLLERS
(REFER TO PAGE 6 FOR LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS)
3 TON LOWER SHEVE BEARING
JOURNALS AND SEAT FOR HOOK KNOB
(3/4 AND 1-1/2 TON)
TIP OF LEVER PLUNGER AND
THREADED END OF PINION SHAFT
INSIDE OF LEVER HEAD
GEARS, LIFTWHEEL SPLINE, NEEDLE
BEARINGS, PINION BUSHING, CAM
PINS, CAM SLOTS, AND I.D. OF CAM
THREADS OF PINION
LOAD CHAIN
PART NUMBERS AND
PACKAGED QUANTITIES
OF LUBRICANTS
GREASE-GRAPHITE
MIXTURE
40626 (1 LB., .46 Kg. CAN)
DRY-LUBE OIL-
40628 (1 PT., .5L CAN)
GRAPHITE MIXTURE
GREASE
40630 (1 LB., .46 Kg. CAN)
GREASE
28610 (1 LB., .46 Kg. CAN)
28632 (4 LB., 1.8 Kg. CAN)
SPRAY DRY
LUBRICANT
OIL
U
T
I
O
S
PA R T S M A N U A L
M A N U A L LY L E V E R
O P E R AT E D
CHAIN HOIST
®
SHORT
HANDLE PULLER
If Buyer fails to comply with this section or if any injury or
damage is caused, in whole or in part, by Buyer’s failure to
comply with applicable federal or state safety requirements,
Buyer shall indemnify and hold Seller harmless against any
claims, loss or expense for injury or damage arising from the
use of the goods.
™
! WARNING
▲
Alterations or modifications of equipment
and use of non-factory repair parts can
lead to dangerous operation and injury.
To Avoid injury:
• Do not alter or modify equipment
Rated Loads:
3/4, 1-1/2 and 3 ton (750,
1500 and 3,000 kg.)
• Do use only factory provided replacement
parts
46698 (16 OZ. CAN)
Before installing hoist, fill in the
information below.
®
28608 (1 PT., .5L CAN)
Follow all instructions and warnings for
inspecting, maintaining and operating this hoist.
The use of any hoist presents some risk of personal
injury or property damage. That risk is greatly
increased if proper instructions and warnings are not
followed. Before using this hoist, each operator
should become thoroughly familiar with all warnings,
instructions and recommendations in this manual.
Retain this manual for future reference and use.
Serial No. ____________________
When ordering lubricants, specify the type of lubricant, part number and packaged quantity required.
Touch-up paint for the Puller:
*(1) case (12-12 oz. Aerosol Cans) of Orange Touch-up Paint Part Number 84190.
*Touch-up paints are only available in case quantities.
NOTE: When painting the Pullers, also order warning labels and
capacity labels that may be coating during painting.
N
O P E R AT I N G ,
LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES, REMEDIES AND DAMAGES
7311 P
TYPE OF
LUBRICANT
L
MAINTENANCE &
* If latchlok hook is required, part numbers are:
3/4 ton upper and lower hooks - 1001
1 1/2 ton upper and lower hooks - 1002
3 ton lower hook - 1004
3 ton upper hook - 1010
** If latchlok hook is required, contact CM.
LUBRICANT
USAGE
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Columbus McKinnon Corporation • Industrial Products Division • 140 John James Audubon Parkway
Amherst, New York 14228-1197 • 1-800-888-0985 • Fax 716-689-5644
© 1999 Columbus McKinnon Corp.
SS 11/99
Purchase Date _______________
Printed in USA
73764
Forward this manual to operator.
Failure to operate equipment as directed
in manual may cause injury.
Manual No. 673-B
CM HOIST PARTS AND SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE UNITED STATES AND IN CANADA
As a CM Hoist user, you are assured of reliable repair and parts services through a network of Master Parts Depots and
Service Centers that are strategically located in the United States and Canada. These facilities have been selected on the
basis of their demonstrated ability to handle all parts and repair requirements promptly and efficiently.
673-77
For complete 3/4 or
1-1/2 ton upper hook
block assembly
Below is a list of the Master Parts Depots in the United States and Canada. To quickly obtain the name of the U.S. Service
Center located nearest you, call (800) 888-0985. Fax: (716) 689-5644. In the following list, the Canadian Service Centers
are indicated.
UNITED STATES
MASTER PARTS DEPOT
CALIFORNIA
OTTO SYSTEMS, INC.
12010 Bloomfield Ave.
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
562/462-1612 or 800/596-7392
Fax 562/462-1617
or
2439 Verna Court
San Leandro, CA 94577
510/667-3730 or 800/508-6886
Fax 510/667-3726
COLORADO
MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT CO.
1740 W. 13th Ave.
Denver, CO 80204
303/573-5333 or 800/873-5333
Fax 303/893-3854
FLORIDA
TAMPA ARMATURE WORKS, INC.
440 South 78th Street
Tampa, FL 33619
813/621-5661 or 800/333-9449
Fax 813/622-7040
GEORGIA
ACE INDUSTRIES, INC.
6295 McDonough Drive
Norcross, GA 30093
770/441-0898 or 800/733-2231
Fax 770/441-0326
ILLINOIS
CM CHICAGO PARTS & SERVICE
7747 West Van Buren Street
Forest Park, IL 60130
877/511-3170
Fax 708/771-7326
TORRANCE ELECTRIC COMPANY
415-31st Ave.
Rock Island, IL 61204-6008
309/786-7777 or 800/747-8374
Fax 309/786-8705
INDIANA
HORNER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC.
1521 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46201
317/639-4261
Fax 317/639-4344
LOUISIANA
BEERMAN PRECISION, INC.
4206 Howard Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70125
504/486-9391
Fax 504/486-7482
MASSACHUSETTS
ABEL DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
50 Parker Street, Unit 2
Newburyport, MA 01950
978/463-0700
Fax 978/463-5200
MICHIGAN
GAYLORD HOIST SALES & SERVICE
34471 Industrial Road
Livonia, MI 48150
734/261-1910
Fax 734/261-1788
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MISSOURI
INDEPENDENT ELECTRIC MACHINERY
310 West 20th Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
816/471-2610
Fax 816/421-3054
NEW YORK
VOLLAND ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT CO.
75 Innsbruck Drive
Buffalo, NY 14227
716/656-9900
Fax 716/656-8898/8899
NORTH CAROLINA
SOUTHERN ELECTRIC SERVICE CO., INC.
2225 Freedom Drive
Charlotte, NC 28208
704/372-4832 or 800/487-3726
Fax 704/342-2604
OHIO
MAZZELLA WIRE ROPE & SLING COMPANY
14600 Brookpark Road
Cleveland, OH 44135
216/362-4600 or 800/362-4601
Fax 216/362-4952
PENNSYLVANIA
AMICK ASSOCIATES, INC.
11 Sycamore Street
Carnegie, PA 15106-0529
412/429-1212 or 800/445-9456
Fax 412/429-0191
RAM MOTORS & CONTROLS, INC.
Route 61
Leesport, PA 19533
610/916-3939 or 800/999-8183
Fax 610/916-0156
TEXAS
ABEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
3710 Cavalier Drive
Garland, TX 75042
972/272-7706
Fax 972/272-6955
HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT SERVICES, INC.
1021 North San Jacinto Street
Houston, TX 77002
713/228-9601 or 713/228-8117 (purchasing)
Fax 713/228-0931
WASHINGTON
UNITED ELECTRIC MOTORS
308 9th Ave. North
Seattle, WA 98109
206/624-0044
Fax 206/624-4894
WISCONSIN
TRESTER HOIST & EQUIPMENT, INC.
4465 North 124th Street, Unit C
Brookfield, WI 53005
414/790-0700 or 800/234-6098
Fax 414/790-1009
673-75
673-8
673-14
673-73
673-74
673-23
673-61
673-27
673-13
673-30
673-24
673-17
673-13
673-12
673-58
673-33
Anchor Sling
(optional for 3/4 and
1-1/2 ton units)
673-5
673-3
673-19
673-21
673-22
673-25
673-4
673-57
673-22
673-15
673-46
Load Limiter
!
673-53
Exploded View
Short Handle Pullers
673-69
673-51
673-70
673-71
673-66
673-67
TO AVOID INJURY:
USE ONLY CM SUPPLIED REPLACEMENT PARTS.
PARTS MAY LOOK ALIKE BUT CM PARTS ARE
MADE OF SPECIFIC MATERIALS OR PROCESSED
TO ACHIEVE SPECIFIC PROPERTIES.
ORDERING INFORMATION
673-64
673-50
673-65
673-68
673-63
673-35
673-36
3/4 and 1-1/2 Ton
Lower Hook Block Assembly
WARNING
USING “COMMERCIAL” OR OTHER MANUFACTURER’S PARTS TO REPAIR THE CM SHORT HANDLE
PULLERS MAY CAUSE LOAD LOSS.
673-71
673-49
673-36
673-43
673-52
673-11
**MASTER PARTS DEPOT ONLY
673-45
(Optional)
673-20
**ARE ALSO MASTER PARTS DEPOTS
673-41
673-59
673-10
*LEGER HOIST EQUIPMENT CO.
7995-17th Ave.
Montreal, Quebec H1Z 3R2
514/376-3050
Fax 514/376-0657
673-42
673-55
673-1
673-7
673-21
673-34
673-9
673-29
673-18
673-19
673-4
673-28
673-47
673-32
673-39
673-31
673-60
673-44
673-38
673-26
673-6
673-54
673-28
673-32
673-2
673-48
*COLUMBUS McKINNON, LTD.
P.O. Box 1106
10 Brook Road, North
Cobourg, Ontario K9A 4W5
905/372-0153
Fax 905/372-3078
QUEBEC
*HERCULES SLING & CABLE
2525 Louis A. Amos
Lachine, Quebec H8T 1C3
514/631-5511
Fax 514/636-1084
673-37
673-16
673-30
673-16
NOVA SCOTIA
*W & A MOIR
95 Ilsley Ave.
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B3B 1L5
902/468-7720
Fax 902/468-3777
*MASLACK SUPPLY, LTD.
488 Falconbridge Road
Sudbury, Ontario P3A 4S4
705/566-1270
Fax 705/566-4208
673-40
673-76
673-35
ALBERTA
**COLUMBUS McKINNON, LTD.
10311-174th Street
Edmonton, Alberta T8H 1N3
*TORONTO ELECTRIC HOIST
SALES & SERVICE
72 Crockford Blvd.
Scarborough, Ontario M1R 3C4
416/755-7716
Fax 800/461-0290
673-36
673-36
CANADIAN
SERVICE CENTERS
ONTARIO
*R & W HOIST REPAIR, LTD.
790 Redwood Square
Units 5, 6, & 7
Oakville, Ontario L6L 6N3
905/825-5500
Fax 905/825-5315
673-72
673-56
673-62
3 Ton Lower Block Hook
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The following information must accompany all correspondence or repair parts orders:
1) Short Handle Puller capacity
2) Serial Number - this is stamped on the Puller frame
For parts orders also specify:
1) Quantity desired
2) Key number of part
3) Part Name
4) Part number of the part
When ordering replacement parts, consideration should be given to the need to replace other items, (bushings, fasteners, etc.) and items that may be damaged or lost during disassembly or just unfit for future use
because of deterioration from age or service.
Parts should be ordered from CM’s Master Parts Depots conveniently located throughout the United States
and Canada. Refer to the back of front cover of this manual to locate the Master Parts Depot nearest you.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Each CM Short Handle Puller Manually Operated Chain Hoist is built in accordance with the specifications contained herein and at the time of manufacture complies with our interpretation of applicable sections of *ASME
B30.21, *ANSI/ASME HST-3M and the Occupational Safety and Health Act-1970.
The safety laws for elevators and for dumbwaiters specify construction details that are not incorporated in CM
industrial hoists. We recommend the use of equipment that meets state and national safety codes for such use.
Columbus McKinnon Corporation cannot be responsible for applications other than those for which CM equipment is recommended.
THIS SYMBOL POINTS OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WHICH IF NOT FOLLOWED
COULD ENDANGER THE PERSONAL SAFETY AND/OR PROPERTY OF YOURSELF AND OTHERS.
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL AND ANY PROVIDED WITH THE
EQUIPMENT BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE YOUR SHORT HANDLE PULLER.
*Copies of these standards may be obtained from ASME Order Department, 22 Law Drive, Box 2300, Fairfield, NJ 07007-2300.
WARNING!
Improper operation of a hoist can create a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury. To avoid such a potentially hazardous situation, the
operator shall:
25.
26.
27.
28.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
NOT operate a malfunctioning or unusually performing hoist.
NOT operate the hoist until you have thoroughly read and
understood this Operating, Maintenance and Parts Manual.
NOT operate a hoist which has been modified without the
manufacturer’s approval or certification to be in conformity
with applicable OSHA regs.
NOT lift or pull more than rated load for the hoist.
NOT use damaged hoist or hoist that is Not working properly.
NOT use hoist with twisted, kinked, damaged, or worn load
chain.
NOT operate with any lever extension (cheater bar).
NOT attempt to “free-chain” the hoist while a load is applied.
NOT use the hoist to lift, support, or transport people.
NOT lift loads over people and make sure all personnel
remain clear of the supported load.
NOT attempt to lengthen the load chain or repair damaged
load chain.
Protect the hoist’s load chain from weld splatter or other damaging contaminants.
NOT operate hoist when it is restricted from forming a straight
line from hook to hook in the direction of loading.
NOT use load chain as a sling or wrap load chain around
load.
NOT apply the load to the tip of the hook or to the hook latch.
NOT apply load unless load chain is properly seated in the
chain wheel(s) or sprocket(s).
NOT apply load if bearing prevents equal loading on all load
supporting chains.
NOT operate beyond the limits of the load chain travel.
NOT leave load supported by the hoist unattended unless
specific precautions have been taken.
NOT allow the chain or hook to be used as an electrical or
welding ground.
NOT allow the chain or hook to be touched by a live welding
electrode.
NOT remove or obscure the warnings on the hoist.
NOT operate a hoist which has Not been securely attached to
a suitable support.
NOT operate a hoist unless load slings or other approved single attachments are properly sized and seated in the hook
saddle.
29.
NOT lift loads that are Not balanced and that the holding
action is Not secure, taking up slack carefully.
NOT operate a hoist unless all persons are and remain clear
of the supported load.
Report malfunctions or unusual performances of a hoist, after
it has been shut down until repaired.
NOT operate a hoist on which the safety placards or decals
are missing or illegible.
Be familiar with operating controls, procedures, and warnings.
CAUTION!
Improper operation of a hoist can create a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate
injury. To avoid such a potentially hazardous situation, the
operator shall:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Maintain a firm footing or be otherwise secured when operating the hoist.
Check brake function by tensioning the hoist prior to each lift
or pulling function.
Use hook latches. Latches are to retain slings, chains, etc.
under slack conditions only.
Make sure the hook latches are closed and not supporting
any parts of the load.
Make sure the load is free to move and will clear all
obstructions.
Avoid swinging the load or hook.
Avoid lever “fly-back” by keeping a firm grip on the lever until
operating stroke is completed and the lever is at rest.
Inspect the hoist regularly, replace damaged or worn parts,
and keep appropriate records of maintenance.
Use the hoist manufacturer’s recommended parts when
repairing the unit.
Lubricate load chain per hoist manufacturer’s recommendations.
NOT use the hoist load limiting or warning device to measure
load.
NOT operate except with manual power.
NOT permit more than one operator to pull on lever at the
same time. More than one operator is likely to cause hoist
overload.
NOT allow your attention to be diverted from operating the
hoist.
NOT allow the hoist to be subjected to sharp contact with
other hoists, structures, or objects through misuse.
NOT adjust or repair the hoist unless qualified to perform
such adjustments or repairs.
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Hoist Safety is up to you...
WARNING - DO NOT APPLY MORE THAN RATED LOAD.
1
CHOOSE THE RIGHT
HOIST FOR THE JOB...
Choose a Puller with the capacity for the
job. Know the capacities of your hoists
and the weight of your loads. Then match
them.
WARNING
2
The application, the size and type of
load, the attachments to be used
and the period of use must also be
taken into consideration in selecting
the right hoist for the job.
Remember the Short Handle Puller
was designed to ease our burden
and carelessness not only endangers the operator, but in many
cases, a valuable load.
- DO NOT OPERATE DAMAGED OR MALFUNCTIONING UNIT.
- DO NOT OPERATE WITH TWISTED, KINKED OR DAMAGED CHAIN.
Load chain should be properly
lubricated.
INSPECT
All Short Handle Pullers should be visually
inspected before use, in addition to regular, periodic maintenance inspections.
Inspect hoists for operations warning
notices and legibility.
Deficiencies should be noted and brought
to the attention of supervisors. Be sure
defective Pullers are tagged and taken out
of service until repairs are made.
WARNING
Under no circumstances should
you operate a malfunctioning
hoist.
Hooks that are bent, worn or
whose openings are enlarged
beyond normal throat opening
should not be used. If latch
does not engage throat opening
of hook, hoist should be taken
out of service.
Check for gouged, twisted, distorted links and foreign material. Do
not operate Pullers with twisted,
kinked or damaged chain links.
Chains should be checked for
deposits of foreign material
which may be carried into the
hoist mechanism.
Check brake for evidence of
slippage under load
- DO NOT PULL AT AN ANGLE. BE SURE HOIST AND LOAD ARE IN A STRAIGHT LINE.
- DO NOT USE UNLESS FRAME AND CHAIN FORM A STRAIGHT LINE BETWEEN
HOOKS.
- DO NOT USE IF FRAME IS IN CONTACT WITH ANY OBJECT.
- DO NOT USE LOAD CHAIN AS A SLING.
- DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION ON THE LEVER.
USE HOIST PROPERLY
Be sure load is hooked secureBe sure the Short Handle
ly. Do not tip load the hook. Do
Puller and load are in a
not load hook latch. Hook latch
straight line. Do not use
is to prevent detachment of load
unless frame and chain form a under slack chain conditions
straight line between hooks.
only.
WARNING
4
PRACTICE CAUTION
ALWAYS
Do not lift co-workers with
a Short Handle Puller.
Make sure everyone is
clear of the load when you
apply tension.
Do not remove or obscure
operational warning
notices.
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- DO NOT LIFT PEOPLE
OR LOADS OVER PEOPLE.
5
Do not operate with Puller
frame resting against any
object. Apply the load gently.
Do not jerk it.
Never use an extension on the
lever! You’re dangerously overloading the Puller if you exceed the
rated lever pull or if you have to use
a lever extension to lift or pull a
load.
OPERATOR
SERVICE
CLEANING
Short Handle Pullers should be
kept clean and free of dust, dirt,
moisture, etc., which will in any
way affect the operation or safety
of the equipment.
LUBRICATION
Chain should be properly lubricated.
AFTER REPAIRS
Carefully operate the hoist before
returning it to full service.
VIOLATION OF ANY OF THE WARNINGS LISTED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY TO THE
OPERATOR OR NEARBY PERSONNEL BY RELEASED LOAD OR BROKEN HOIST COMPONENTS.
SPECIFICATIONS
The CM, Short Handle Puller is a highly versatile manually
lever operated chain hoist that can be used to efficiently
pull, lift, drag or stretch. Standard features of the Short
Handle Puller include:
• Alloy steel liftwheel to reduce chain wear.
• CM’s Hoistaloy® load chain for long and dependable service.
• Grease lubricated, hardened, alloy steel gears for
smooth operation.
• Forged steel upper and lower latch type hooks.
• Patented, free-chaining mechanism for quick and easy
attachment to the load.
• Lightweight, aluminum frame, covers and lever.
• Ball or needle bearings at rotating points.
• Compact, yet rugged, design provides minimum headroom and long trouble free service.
• Sealed automatic brake with two holding pawls for positive load control.
• Short lever (12 inches-305 mm long on 3/4 ton unit, 163/4 inches-425 mm long on 1-1/2 and 3 ton units) for
operation in close quarters.
• Rocking and swivel upper hook (3/4 and 1-1/2 ton units)
• Backed by CM’s life-time warranty.
CM REPAIR/REPLACEMENT POLICY
be ordered as part of a new Short Handle Puller or in kit
form that can be added to units now in service.
Latchlok® Hooks
CM’s Latchlok hooks are available to replace the standard
latch type hooks. The unique design of the Latchlok hook
assures that it will stay locked until the operator releases it
by depressing the release button. It will not open accidentally-even if the load chain goes slack. Once opened, it can
be shut with one hand or by the weight of the load when it
is lifted. Latchlok hooks can be supplied with the hoist or it
can be provided in kit form for Short Handle Pullers already
in service.
All Columbus McKinnon (CM) Short Handle Pullers are
inspected and performance tested prior to shipment. If any
properly maintained hoist develops a performance problem,
due to a material or workmanship defect, as verified by CM,
repair or replacement of the unit will be made to the original
purchaser without charge. This repair/replacement policy
applies only to Pullers installed, maintained and operated as
outlined in this manual, and specifically excludes hoists subject to normal wear, abuse, improper installation, improper
or inadequate maintenance, hostile environmental effects
and unauthorized repairs/modifications.
We reserve the right to change materials or design if, in our
opinion, such changes will improve our product. Abuse,
repair by an unauthorized person, or use of non-CM
replacement parts voids the guarantee and could lead to
dangerous operation. For full Terms of Sale, see Sales
Order Acknowledgment. Also, refer to the back cover for
Limitations of Warranties, Remedies and Damages, and
Indemnification and Safe Operation.
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WARNING
Anchor Sling
(for 3/4 and 1-1/2 ton units only)
Anchor Sling is an upper hook extender that simplifies
attachment when application or space limitation makes it
impossible to pull in a straight line from hook to hook. A
swiveling hook block is securely anchored to the housing
and the upper hook swivels through a full 360˚. Anchor
Sling may be ordered as a feature of your new CM Puller or
in kit form for simple installation on units now in use.
ALTERATIONS OR MODIFICATIONS OF EQUIPMENT AND USE OF
NON-CM REPAIR PARTS CAN LEAD TO DANGEROUS OPERATION
AND INJURY.
TO AVOID INJURY:
• DO NOT ALTER OR MODIFY EQUIPMENT.
• DO USE ONLY CM PROVIDED REPLACEMENT PARTS.
OPTIONS
Load Limiter®
The Load Limited is a friction device that is designed and
factory calibrated to prevent lifting excessive overloads. An
excessive overload is indicated by lever movement without
corresponding movement of the lower hook or load when
the Puller is operated in the up direction. Should this occur,
operate the lever in the down direction to remove the overload. Reducing the load to rated capacity or less will automatically restore normal operation. The Load Limiter can
INSTALLATION
UNPACKING
After removing the Short Handle Puller from the carton,
check it for damage that may have occurred during shipment. If there is damage, refer to the packing slip envelope
for claims procedure.
INSTALLATION
The Short Handle Puller is designed for operation at ambi-
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ent temperatures of 0˚ to 100˚ F (-17˚ to 38˚ C). It can be
used in any position for pulling a load at an angle, horizontal
pulling or vertical lifting, provided it is rigged to pull in a
straight line from hook to hook and the frame is free to swivel on the upper hook.
!
WARNING
IF THE UNIT IS NOT RIGGED IN A STRAIGHT LINE,
HOOK TO HOOK MANNER, AND IF THE FRAME IS
NOT FREE TO SWIVEL, LEVER PULL MAY BREAK
FRAME AND CAUSE PHYSICAL INJURY AND LOSS
OF LOAD.
TO AVOID INJURY:
RIG THE UNIT IN A STRAIGHT LINE HOOK TO
HOOK MANNER AND KEEP FRAME FREE TO
SWIVEL - SEE FIGURE PAGE 4.
Regardless of how the hoist is used, make sure that the
upper hook is firmly attached to a support or anchor that
has sufficient strength to hold several times the rated load
of the Puller.
Using the upper hook, attach the
hoist to support.
Be sure hoist is solidly held in the
uppermost part of the hook arc and
the latch is tightly against the hook
tip.
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WARNING
equipment for lifting or moving people, or lifting loads
over people.
D. Stand clear of all loads and warn other people of your
intention to move a load in their area.
E. Do not leave a load on the unit unattended.
F. Read warnings and instructions on the lever before each
use.
G.Do not hold the load chain while operating the hoist.
Should the hoist not operate properly, serious injury may
occur.
H. Never operate the hoist when flammable materials or
vapors are present. Contact between metal parts may
produce sparks that can cause a fire or explosion.
I. STAY ALERT! Watch what you are doing and use common sense. Do not use the hoist when you are tired, distracted or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication causing diminished control.
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WARNING
MALFUNCTION OF UNIT, RIGGING SLIP OR LOSS
OF FOOTING MAY CAUSE USER TO SLIP RESULTING IN INJURY.
TO AVOID INJURY:
ALWAYS HAVE A FIRM AND SECURE FOOTING
WHEN USING THE CM SHORT HANDLE PULLER.
UPPER
HOOK
FRAME
CAM
TRIGGER
ATTACHING THE HOIST FROM AN INADEQUATE
SUPPORT MAY ALLOW THE HOIST AND LOAD TO
FALL AND CAUSE INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE.
TO AVOID INJURY:
MAKE SURE THE STRUCTURE HAS SUFFICIENT
STRENGTH TO HOLD SEVERAL TIMES THE HOIST
AND ITS RATED LOAD.
OPERATION
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WARNING
IF NOT USED AS DIRECTED, PULLER MAY CAUSE
INJURY.
TO AVOID INJURY:
USE ONLY AS DIRECTED BELOW. READ ALL
INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING THE SHORT
HANDLE PULLER.
GENERAL
A. The hoist must be kept clean to assure proper operation.
Before use, check to be sure the load chain is clean, that
there is no foreign material in the liftwheel area and that
the lever operates freely.
B. Do not load beyond the rated capacity. Overload can
cause immediate failure or cause damage resulting in
future failure, even at less than rated capacity.
2 C. Do not use this hoist or any other material handling
LEVER
LOWER
HOOK
END RING
FREE-CHAINING
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WARNING
FAILURE TO PROPERLY USE THE FREE-CHAIN MECHANISM MAY CAUSE INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
TO AVOID INJURY:
USE THE FREE-CHAIN MECHANISM AS DIRECTED
BELOW.
In this mode of operation, the gearing is disengaged to
allow the chain to be easily pulled through the Short Handle
Puller by hand, for quick attachment to the load.
To free-chain the Short Handle Puller:
1. Make sure there is no load on the lower hook.
2. Turn the lever trigger 1/4 turn from “UP” or “DN”.
3. Rotate the cam knob 1/4 turn clockwise (to right) from
“OPERATE” to “FREE-CHAIN”. A “click” will be heard or felt
and the cam cannot be rotated further in the clockwise position.
8. The hoist is now ready for operation. Move trigger to “UP”
position and operate lever in and up and down motion to
shorten the distance between hooks and thus pull or lift
load. Only move the load enough to slightly load the hoist.
Ckeck free-play of cam knob. The arrow tip should not
move more than 3/16 inch (4.7mm).
If movement is greater than this, move trigger to “DN” position and operate the lever to remove the load. Repeat step
7 and if the free-play is still more than 3/16 inch (4.7mm),
the hoist should be disassembled to check for damaged or
worn parts.
Do not take up the load chain to the point where the end
ring or lower hook block becomes jammed against the
frame.
ATTACHING TO LOAD
Attach the lower hook to the load so that it is seated in the
bowl of the hook and is not bearing against the tip of the
hook, and the latch is tight against the hook tip.
4. Pull on hook side and loose end side of load chain to
make sure chain feeds freely into and out of the hoist.
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WARNING
ALLOWING THE LOAD TO BEAR AGAINST THE
HOOK LATCH AND/OR HOOK TIP CAN RESULT IN
LOSS OF LOAD.
TO AVOID INJURY:
DO NOT ALLOW THE LOAD TO BEAR AGAINST THE
HOOK LATCH AND/OR HOOK TIP. APPLY LOAD TO
HOOK BOWL OR SADDLE ONLY.
5. Grasp unit by frame or upper hook and pull on end ring
or lower hook to pull the chain through hoist to the length
required to attach lower hook to load. Pull on end ring to
take-up slack in chain and THEN LET GO OF END RING.
6. Rotate the cam counterclockwise (to left) until the arrow
points to “operate”.
Do not wrap the load chain around the load and hook onto
itself as a choker chain sling or bring the load in contact
with the hoist. Doing this will result in the loss of the swivel
effect of the hook which could cause twisted chain and a
jammed liftwheel. Also, the chain may be damaged at the
hook.
Make sure the upper and lower hooks are in a straight line
and the frame is free to swivel on the upper hook.
If the proposed use prevents straight line attachment, use
an Anchor Sling (see page 1) or a chain sling to obtain a
straight line pull.
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7. Pull sharply on the loose end of chain and THEN LET
GO OF CHAIN. Pull sharply on the lower hook side of
chain, to make sure gearing is fully engaged.
WARNING
IF THE UNIT IS NOT RIGGED IN A STRAIGHT LINE
HOOK TO HOOK MANNER, AND IF THE FRAME IS
NOT FREE TO SWIVEL, LEVER PULL MAY BREAK
FRAME AND CAUSE PHYSICAL INJURY AND LOSS
OF LOAD.
TO AVOID INJURY:
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WARNING
FAILURE TO FULLY ENGAGE THE GEARING WILL
ALLOW LOAD TO RELEASE AND THUS CAUSE INJURY
RIG THE UNIT IN A STRAIGHT LINE HOOK TO
HOOK MANNER AND KEEP FRAME FREE TO
SWIVEL - SEE BELOW.
TO AVOID INJURY:
AFTER ROTATING CAM KNOB TO “OPERATE”, PULL
EACH CHAIN SHARPLY TO RE-ENGAGE GEARING AS
DIRECTED ABOVE.
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SLING
NOT A STRAIGHT
LINE BETWEEN
UPPER AND LOWER
HOOKS, FRAME NOT
FREE TO SWIVEL
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UPPER AND
LOWER HOOKS
IN STRAIGHT
LINE. FRAME
FREE TO SWIVEL.
WARNING
TURNING THE CAM WITH A LOAD ATTACHED WILL
ALLOW THE LOAD TO RELEASE AND MAY CAUSE
INJURY.
TO AVOID INJURY:
NEVER TURN THE CAM WHEN THE PULLER IS
UNDER LOAD..
INSPECT THE SHORT HANDLE
PULLER
LOAD
LOAD
IMPROPER ATTACHMENT:
PROPER ATTACHMENT:
DANGEROUS PULLING
SAFE PULLING
TO PULL OR LIFT LOAD
Move lever trigger to “UP” position. Operate lever in up and
down motion to shorten the distance between hooks and
thus pull or lift the load.
When pulling or lifting move the load only enough to slightly
load the unit, then check to be sure that the attachments to
the hooks and load are firmly seated. Continue movement
only after you are assured the load is free of all obstructions.
The hoist has been designed for hand powered operation
only. Do not use an extension on the lever. Lever pulls of
45 pounds (21kg.) on the 3/4 ton unit, 55 pounds (25kg.) on
the 1-1/2 ton unit and 62 pounds (28kg.) on the 3 ton unit
will result in rated capacity on the unit. Any greater pull is
an indication of either an overload or an incorrectly maintained unit.
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WARNING
POWER OPERATION MAY CAUSE STRUCTURAL
DAMAGE OR PREMATURE WEAR THAT IN TURN
MAY CAUSE A PART TO BREAK AND ALLOW THE
LOAD TO FALL.
TO AVOID INJURY:
OPERATE THE CM PULLER USING HAND POWER
ONLY!
Before each use and at specified intervals as directed in the
inspection section (see below).
LOAD LIMITER®
The operation of a Short Handle Puller equipped with a
Load Limiter is the same as described above. In fact, as
long as you are pulling or lifting loads that are within the
rated capacity of the hoist, the Load Limiter will not function
and you will not notice any difference in operation.
However, if attempting to pull or lift load that is approximately 20% greater than rated capacity, the Load Limiter will
function. As a result, the lever will move but, there will be
no corresponding movement of the lower hook or load,
when the unit is operated in the “up” direction. Should this
occur, immediately move the trigger to the “DN” position and
operate the lever until the overload is set down and
removed from the unit. Reducing the load to rated capacity
or less will automatically return the hoist to normal operation.
CAUTION: THE LOAD LIMITER IS SUBJECT TO OVERHEATING AND WEAR WHEN EXCESSIVELY OPERATED.
FOR THIS REASON, WHEN AN OVERLOAD IS DETECTED, THE EXCESS LOAD MUST BE REMOVED AS
QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE WITHOUT CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE LEVER.
Under certain conditions, such as applying an overload and
removing it by external means, the brake may become
“locked”. This results in not being able to operate the unit in
the “down” direction. Should this occur, move the trigger to
the “DN” position and give the lever a sharp pull and then
additional strokes to lower the load and remove tension
from the unit.
TO LOOSEN OR LOWER LOAD.
Move lever trigger to “DN” position. Again, operate lever in
an up and down motion to increase the distance between
hooks and thus loosen or lower the load.
Note that the cam is NOT changed when changing from
“up” to “down” or from “down” to “up” operation.
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WARNING -
TO AVOID INJURY:
Use as directed above. Failure to do so may cause
injury to you or others.
1. Do not exceed capacity shown on frame or lower
hook block.
2. Do not use to lift people or loads over people.
3. Do not use unless the Puller’s frame and chain
form a straight line between hooks.
4. Do not use if the frame is in contact with any
object.
5. Do not use if the unit is damaged or malfunctions.
6. Do not use extension on lever. Use hand power
only.
7. Do not use if chain is twisted, kinked or damaged.
MAINTENANCE
INSPECTION
To maintain continuous and satisfactory operation, a regular
periodic inspection procedure must be initiated so that worn,
damaged and missing parts can be replaced before the unit
becomes unsafe. The frequency of inspection must be
determined by the individual application.
The following list gives an inspection procedure for
normal usage under normal conditions.
When the unit is subjected to heavy usage or dusty, gritty,
moist or corrosive atmospheric conditions, shorter time periods must be assigned. Inspection must be made of all
parts for unusual wear, corrosion or damage, in addition to
those specifically mentioned in the schedule below. Make
certain that the unit is complete and contains all parts
including hook latches and end ring.
Any parts that are deemed unserviceable must be replaced
with new parts before the unit is returned to service. It is
very important that the unserviceable parts be destroyed
and properly disposed of to prevent their possible future use
as a repair item. Use only Columbus McKinnon supplied
repair parts as other parts may look the same but may not
be to proper specifications.
NOTE: To perform some of the periodic inspections, it is
necessary to partially disassemble the hoist. Refer to
Disassembly-Assembly starting on page 7. Also, the
external conditions may show the need for more detailed
inspection which, in turn, may require the use of nondestructive type testing.
Any deficiencies noted during the periodic inspection must
be corrected before using the hoist.
Hook Inspection
Hooks damaged from chemicals, deformations, or cracks, or
that have more than a 10˚ twist from the plane of the unbent
hook or excessive opening or seat wear must be replaced.
Any hook that is twisted or has excessive throat opening
indicates abuse or overloading of the unit. Other load-sustaining components of the hoist should be inspected for
damage.
10˚
MAX.
Replace Hook
When
Opening Is
Greater Than
the following:
3/4 ton: 1-1/8”(28.5mm)
1-1/2 ton: 1-5/16”(33.3mm)
3 ton: 1-7/16”(36.5mm)
Inspection of hoists is divided into two general classifications designated as “frequent” and “periodic”.
Frequent Inspections
These inspections are by the operator or other designated
personnel. Frequent inspections are to be performed daily
or prior to each use and they are to include the following:
A. Check for free movement of the lever, trigger and cam.
B. Operate hoist with no load and check for visual signs or
abnormal noises that could indicate a potential problem.
C. Check brake for evidence of slippage.
D. Check chain for lubrication, wear damaged links or foreign material (see page 6).
E. Check hooks for damage, cracks, twist, latch engagement and latch operation (see below).
F. Check lever for bends, cracks and damage.
G. Check support or anchor for damage.
Any deficiencies noted during the frequent inspections must
be corrected before using the hoist.
Periodic Inspections
These are visual inspections by an appointed person who
records conditions to provide a basis for a continuing evaluation of the hoist. Periodic inspections are to be performed
semi-annually and they should include the following:
A. All items listed under frequent inspections.
B. Evidence of loose screws.
C. Evidence of worn, corroded, cracked or distorted upper
and lower hook blocks, frame, end ring, hook block
screws, covers, lever, suspension bolt, gears, bearings,
pawls, pawl springs, cam, cam pins, lever cover, freechaining spring, ratchet hub, stripper, Load Limiter (if
equipped with same), ratchet and hoist hanger.
D. Evidence of worn, glazed or oil contaminated friction
discs. Friction discs should be replaced if their thickness
is less than .075 inch (2 mm).
E. Warning label for legibility.
Twisted
Normal Ok
Do Not Use
To use
On latch type hooks, check to make sure that the latch is
not damaged or bent and that it operates properly with sufficient spring pressure to keep the latch tightly against the tip
of the hook and allow the latch to spring back to the tip
when released. If the latch does not operate properly, it
must be replaced. See above illustrations to determine
when the hook must be replaced.
Replace Hook If
Opening Is
Greater Than
1-1/8” (28.5 mm)
on 3/4 and 1-1/2
ton units or 115/16”(49.2mm)
on 3 ton unit.
Replace Hook If Seat Is Less
Than 21/32” (16.7 mm) on 3/4
and 1-1/2 ton units or 1-1/8”
(28.5mm) on 3 ton unit.
On Latchlok type hooks, measure seat wear and throat
opening as shown above and replace hook if measurements indicate the need to do same.
LOAD CHAIN
Chain should feed smoothly into and away from the hoist. If
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chain binds, jumps or is noisy, first clean and lubricate it
(see below). If trouble persists, inspect chain and mating
parts for wear, distortion or other damage.
components. For this reason, the hoist’s frame, stripper,
and liftwheel should be examined for wear and replaced as
necessary when replacing worn chain.
Chain Inspection
First clean chain with a non-caustic/non-acid type solvent
and make a link by link inspection for nicks, gouges, twisted
links, weld spatter, corrosion pits, striations (minute parallel
lines), cracks in weld areas, wear and stretching. Chain
with any one of these defects must be replaced.
.250 (6.3 mm) for 3/4 ton unit
.312 (7.9 mm) for 1-1/2 and 3 ton units
Weld
Also, the load chain is specially heat treated and hardened
and should never be repaired.
IMPORTANT:
Do not use replaced chain for other purposes such
as lifting or pulling. Load chain may break suddenly without visual deformation. For this reason,
cut replaced chain into short lengths to prevent
use after disposal.
Chain Lubrication
Wear In These
Areas
Slack the portion of the chain that normally passes over the
liftwheel. Examine the interlink area for the point of maximum wear (polishing). Measure and record the stock diameter at this point of the link. Then measure stock diameter
in the same area on a link that does not pass over the liftwheel (use the link adjacent to the end ring for this purpose). Compare these two measurements. If the stock
diameter of the worn link is 0.010 inches (0.254mm), or
more, less than the stock diameter of the unworn link, the
chain must be replaced.
A small amount of lubricant will greatly increase the life of
load chain. Do not allow the chain to run dry.
Keep it clean and lubricate at regular intervals with
Lubriplate® Bar and Chain Oil 10-R (Fiske Bros. Refining
Co.) or equal lubricant. Normally, weekly cleaning and lubrication is satisfactory, but under hot and dirty conditions, it
may be necessary to clean the chain at least once a day
and lubricate it several times between cleanings.
When lubricating the chain, apply sufficient lubricant to
obtain natural run-off and full coverage, especially in the
interlink area.
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WARNING
USED MOTOR OILS MAY CONTAIN KNOWN CARCINOGENIC MATERIALS.
Vernier Caliper
TO AVOID INJURY:
NEVER USE USED MOTOR OILS AS A CHAIN LUBRICANT. ONLY USE LUBRIPLATE® BAR AND CHAIN OIL
10-R AS A LUBRICANT FOR THE LOAD CHAIN.
LUBRICATION
Refer to Exploded View and Parts List pages 10 thru 13.
Measure
11 Pitches
One
Pitch
Also check chain for stretch using a vernier caliper as
shown above. Select an unused, unstretched section of
chain (ususally at the loose end) and measure and record
the length over 11 chain links (pitches). Measure and
record the same length on a worn section of chain. Obtain
the amount of stretch and wear by subtracting the measurement of the unworn section from the measurement of the
worn section. If the result (amount of stretch and wear) is
greater than 0.145 inch (3.7 mm), the chain must be
replaced.
Use only a “Knife-Edge” caliper to eliminate possibility of
false reading by not measuring full pitch length
Note that worn chain can be an indication of worn hoist
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WARNING
USING OTHER THAN CM SUPPLIED LOAD CHAIN MAY CAUSE
THE CHAIN TO JAM IN THE HOIST AND/OR ALLOW THE CHAIN
TO BREAK AND THE LOAD TO DROP.
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TO AVOID INJURY:
DUE TO SIZE REQUIREMENTS AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES,
USE ONLY CM HOISTALOY® LOAD CHAIN IN THE SHORT
HANDLE PULLER.
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WARNING
THE LUBRICANTS USED IN AND RECOMMENDED
FOR THE SHORT HANDLE PULLER MAY CONTAIN
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS THAT MANDATE SPECIFIC HANDLING AND DISPOSAL PROCEDURES.
TO AVOID CONTACT AND
CONTAMINATION:
HANDLE AND DISPOSE OF LUBRICANTS ONLY AS
DIRECTED IN APPLICABLE MATERIAL SAFETY
DATA SHEETS AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH
APPLICABLE LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS.
NOTE: To assure extra long life and top performance, be
sure to lubricate the various parts of the Short Handle Puller
using the recommended lubricants. These lubricants may
be purchased from CM. Refer to page 13 for information on
ordering the lubricants.
Except for lubricating the load chain frequently, the Short
Handle Puller requires no additional lubrication, unless it
has been disassembled for cleaning, inspection and/or
repairs. If the unit has been disassembled, remove the
“old” lubricant from the parts and apply new lubricants as
follows:
A. A light coat of Texaco Novatex #2, or equal, grease to:
• Needle bearings in gear cover (673-5) and frame
(673-2).
• Inside of pinion bushing (673-25).
• Outside surface of cam pins (673-47).
• Inside diameter and the cam pin slots in cam (673-18).
• Outside surface of suspension bolt (673-48).
• Spline of liftwheel (673-10).
B. A light coat of Lubrico M-32 (Master Lubricant Co.) or
equal grease to inside diameter of lever head (673-39).
C. A light coat of Moly-Duolube #67 (Hercules Packing Co.)
or equal dry film lubricant to threads and spline of pinion
(673-9).
D. A light coat of a *graphite/grease mixture to knob of
upper and lower hooks (673-35) and bearing journals of
3 ton lower sheave (673-70).
E. 1/2 oz. on 3/4 ton unit and 2/3 oz. on 1-1/2 and 3 ton
units of Texaco Novatex #2, or equal grease to pinion
(673-9) teeth, liftwheel gear (673-11) teeth and in gear
cavity of frame (673-2).
F. A light coat of a **graphite/oil mixture to tip of lever
plunger (673-46) for approximately 1 inch (25.4mm) and
threaded end (up to including the spline) of the pinion
shaft (673-9).
G. See above for lubricating load chain.
* graphite/grease mixture consists of 1 lb. (.46 Kg.) Superior
Graphite Co. #590 flake graphite and 2 lb (.92 Kg.) of
Master Lubricant Co. Lubricko M-32 grease.
**graphite/oil mixture consists of 1 oz. of Superior Graphite
Co. #590 flake graphite and 1 qt. (946 ml) of Acheson
Industries #DAG-154RFU oil.
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS
To insure continued operation, it is recommended that two
friction discs (Key No. 673-13) be kept on hand at all times
to replace friction discs that are worn, glazed or contaminated. Refer to page 12 for ordering information).
DISASSEMBLY
When disassembling and assembling the Short Handle
Puller, refer to the exploded view and parts list on pages 10
thru 13. These show the proper relationship of the parts,
part names and the required quantities of the parts. In addition, please observe the following:
A. The liftwheel gear (673-11) is under spring pressure and
may spring out when the gear cover (673-5) is removed.
B. Needle bearings are pressed into the gear cover (673-5)
and frame (673-2). Unless they are to be replaced, do not
attempt to remove these bearings.
C. If so equipped, do not attempt to disassemble the Load
Limiter (673-59). The Load Limiter is calibrated by CM, and
no attempt should be made to recalibrate the device. If it is
not functioning properly, the entire Load Limiter must be
replaced.
D. Refer to page 8 for removal and installation of load
chain.
E. The brake cover (673-8) includes a rubber seal and care
should be taken to make sure it is not cut or damaged.
ASSEMBLY
When reassembling the unit, lubricate the various parts as
specified on page 6 and observe the following:
A. Maintain the proper relationship of the lever plunger
(673-46) tip and the trigger (673-43) as shown below.
When lubricating parts adjacent to the brake, DO NOT use
an excessive amount of lubricant which could seep onto the
brake surfaces.
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WARNING
USING ANY GREASE OR LUBRICANT ON THE
BRAKING SURFACES WILL CAUSE BRAKE SLIPPAGE AND LOSS OF LOAD CONTROL WHICH MAY
RESULT IN INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
TO AVOID INJURY:
DO NOT USE ANY GREASE OR LUBRICANT ON
BRAKING SURFACES. THE BRAKE IS DESIGNED
TO OPERATE DRY.
EXTERIOR FINISH
The exterior surface of the Short Handle Puller has a
durable, scratch resistant baked powder coating. Normally,
the exterior surfaces can be cleaned by wiping with a cloth.
However, if the finish is damaged, compatible touch-up
paint can be purchased from CM. Refer to page 13 for
information on ordering paint.
Lever
Plunger
673-46
U
P
Trigger
673-43
B. Assemble pinion washer (673-26) and then bushing
(673-25) to pinion (673-9) and slide this assembly into
the frame (673-2).
C. Place liftwheel bearing (673-1) on liftwheel (673-10) and
slide this assembly into frame (673-2).
D. Place the large end of the free-chain spring (673-20) in
the recess of the liftwheel gear (673-11) and slide the
gear onto the liftwheel (673-10) spline-spring end first.
Liftwheel
Gear
673-11
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
A preventative maintenance program should be established
to prolong the useful life of the Short Handle Puller and
maintain its reliability and continued safe use. The program
should include frequent and periodic inspections (see page
5) with particular attention paid to lubrication of various
components using the recommended lubricants (see above
for lubricating load chain and other parts).
Free Chain
Spring
673-20
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E. Assemble snap ring (673-33) to suspension bolt (67348). Assemble upper hook (673-35) and hook blocks
(673-16). Place this assembly in recess on top of frame
(673-2) and secure by sliding the suspension bolt thru
holes in frame and hook block. Snap ring on suspension bolt must be on gear side of frame.
F. Push on liftwheel gear to compress the spring and attach
the gear cover (673-5) to the frame (673-2)
G. Insert the cam pins (673-47) - ROUND END OUT - in
the holes above and below boss on gear cover (637-5).
Gear Cover
673-5
Cam Pins
673-47
Round End Out
H. Assemble the cam (673-18) to the gear cover (673-5) so
that the arrow is pointing towards “operate”.
L. Place the second friction disc (673-13) on top of the
ratchet. Thread ratchet hub (673-14) or Load Limiter
(673-59) and brake nut (673-37) onto the pinion.
Tighten brake nut snugly. On 3/4 ton unit, back off nut
one flat maximum. On 1-1/2 and 3 ton units, back off nut
2 to 3 flats. Insert pin (673-38) to secure the nut. Bend
legs of cotter pin down (1-1/2 and 3 ton only) making
sure they do not contact the inside of the ratchet hub.
M. Assemble the snap ring (673-31) to the stripper pin
(673-34). Slide the stripper (673-15) into the recess in
the bottom of the frame and secure by sliding the stripper pin thru the holes in the frame and stripper.
N. Assemble brake cover (673-8) to frame.
O. Assemble the lever assembly (step A) to ratchet hub
(673-14) or Load Limiter (673-59) and secure by attaching the lever cover (673-17) to the ratchet hub or Load
Limiter.
P. Install load chain (673-52) - see removal and installation
of load chain below.
Q. After assembly, test the unit as indicated on page 9.
REMOVAL OF LOAD CHAIN
A. Remove the lower hook block assembly from the load
chain on the 3/4 and 1-1/2 ton units. On the 3 ton unit,
disengage the load chain from the hoist hanger (673-75)
by removing the dead end pin (673-76).
B. Put unit in free-chaining - see page 2
C. Pull on the end ring (673-53) and pull the chain out of
the hoist (and out of the lower hook block on the 3 ton
unit).
D. Remove the end ring from the load chain.
!
I. Secure the cam using the cam washer (673-60) and
screw (673-29).
J. Assemble pawls (673-19) to pawl shafts (673-22) and
secure with snap rings (673-32). Place pawl springs
(673-21) on pawl shafts and insert these assemblies into
frame (673-2).
Frame
673-2
Pawl Shaft
673-22
Pawl Snap
Ring
673-32
Pawl
Spring
673-21
Pawl
673-19
K. Slide friction hub (673-12) onto pinion (673-9) and place
one friction disc (673-13) on top of friction hub.
Assemble ratchet bushing (673-24) to rachet (673-23).
Spring apart pawls and slide ratchet/bushing assembly
on friction hub as shown below.
Rachet Bushing
673-24
Frame
673-2
IMPROPER INSTALLATION (REEVING) OF THE LOAD CHAIN
CAN RESULT IN A DROPPED LOAD.
TO AVOID INJURY:
• VERIFY USE OF PROPER SIZE AND TYPE OF PULLER LOAD
CHAIN FOR SPECIFIC PULLER
• INSTALL LOAD CHAIN PROPERLY AS INDICATED BELOW
INSTALLING LOAD CHAIN
3/4 ton unit uses 1/4 in.(6.3mm) stock disc
grade load chain.
1-1/2 and 3 ton units use 5/16 in.(7.9mm)
stock disc grade load chain.
Liftwheel
673-10
Welds Out And
Away From
Liftwheel.
Load Chain
673-52
Rachet
673-23
Pawl Assembly
8
WARNING
A. Feed a piece of soft wire thru one chain opening in the
bottom of the frame, up and over the liftwheel, until it
comes out the other opening.
B. Attach the wire to the load chain to be installed.
C. Make sure the unit is in free-chaining (see page 2).
D. Position the chain so that the welds on the upstanding
links will be up and away from the liftwheel and the first
link entering the hoist is an upstanding link.
E. Pull on the wire to pull the chain up and over the liftwheel.
F. On 3/4 and 1-1/2 ton units, attach the lower hook block
to the strand of chain that enters the “hook side” of the
frame (printed on the nameplate). Tighten the hook
block screw (673-51) firmly and then lock it in place by
prick punching two spots 180˚ apart on edge of counterbore to drive metal into serrations on head of screw. If
screw has been removed and replaced, always use new
spots for locking.
On the 3 ton unit, hang it in the vertical position. Making
sure there are no twists in the chain, feed the end of
chain thru the hook block (673-71) and around lower
sheave (637-70). Secure end of chain to hoist hanger
Cutting Chain by Nicking
by wheel supplier) that will clear adjacent links.
(3) Chain may also be cut using a bolt cutter with special
jaws for cutting hardened chain (1 inch (25.4mm) long
cutting edge).
Dead
End Pin
673-76
Cutting Chain with a Bolt Cutter
!
WARNING
CUTTING CHAIN CAN PRODUCE FLYING PARTICLES.
TO AVOID INJURY:
using the dead end pin (673-76).
G. Assemble the end ring (673-53) to the free (loose) end
of chain by rotating the last link 1/4 turn and passing the
ends of the ring thru the link as shown below. Hammer
or squeeze the ends of the ring together to secure it to
the chain.
Load
Chain
673-52
Rotate Last
Link Of
Chain 90˚
As Shown.
Bend
Ends To
Secure To
Chain
End Ring
673-53
CUTTING CHAINS
CM Hoistaloy® load chain is hardened for wear resistance
and is difficult to cut. However, the following methods are
recommended when cutting a length of new chain from
stock or cutting off a length of worn chain.
(1) Use a grinder and nick the link on both sides, then
secure the link in a vise and break off with a hammer.
(2) Use a 7 inch(177.8mm) minimum diameter by 1/8 inch
(3.175mm) thick abrasive wheel (of type recommended
• WEAR EYE PROTECTION.
• PROVIDE A SHIELD, SUCH AS A HEAVY RAG,
OVER THE CHAIN TO PREVENT FLYING PARTICLES.
TESTING
Prior to initial use, all altered or repaired hoists or hoists that
have not been operated for the previous 12 months must be
tested by the user for proper operation.
Test the unit first in the unloaded state and then with a light
load of 50 pounds (23kg.) times the number of load supporting strands of load chain to be sure it operates properly and
the brake holds the load when the lever is released; then
test with a load of *125% of rated capacity.
In addition, hoists in which load sustaining parts have been
replaced shall be tested with *125% of rated capacity by or
under the direction of an appointed person and a written
report prepared for record purposes.
*If unit is equipped with a Load Limiter, it may refuse to lift
the 125% overload. Should this occur, reduce the test load
to rated capacity. Also, on such units, the function of the
Load Limiter should be checked. To do this attach the lower
hook to a load of 180% of rated capacity and operate the
unit in the “up” direction. When attempting to lift this load,
the lever should slip. If it does not, the Load Limiter must
be replaced. After this test, operate the unit in the “down”
direction to remove tension in the chain.
NOTE: For additional information on inspection and
testing, refer to the current issue of ASME B30.21
“Manually Lever Operated Hoists” obtainable from
ASME Order Department, 22 Law Drive, Box 2300,
9
SHORT HANDLE PULLER PARTS LIST
KEY
NO.
673-1
673-2
673-3
673-4
673-5
10
NO.
REQ’D.
1
1
1
4
1
673-6
673-7
673-8
673-9
673-10
673-11
673-12
673-13
673-14
673-15
673-16
673-17
673-18
673-19
673-20
673-21
673-22
673-23
673-24
673-25
673-26
673-27
673-28
673-29
673-30
673-31
673-32
673-33
673-34
*673-35
673-36
673-37
673-38
673-39
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
6
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
673-40
673-41
673-42
673-43
673-44
673-45
673-46
673-47
673-48
673-49
673-50
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
PART NAME
Liftwheel Bearing
Frame (includes 673-3 and (4) 673-4)
Pinion Bearing, frame end
Frame Pin
Gear Cover (includes 673-6 and
673-7)
Pinion Bearing, gear end
Liftwheel bearing
Brake Cover with seal
Pinion
Liftwheel
Liftwheel Gear
Friction Hub
Friction Disc
Ratchet Hub
Chain Guide (Stripper)
Upper hook block half
Lever Cover
Cam
Pawl
Free-Chain Spring
Pawl Spring
Pawl Shaft
Ratchet
Ratchet Bushing
Pinion Bushing
Pinion Washer
Lever Cover Screw
Cover Screw
Cam Screw
Upper Hook Block Screw
Stripper Pin Snap Ring
Pawl Snap Ring
Suspension Bolt Snap Ring
Stripper Pin
Hook with Latch (Latch type)
Latch Kit
Brake Nut
Brake Nut Pin
Lever Assembly (Includes 673-40,
673-41, 673-42, 673-43, 673-44,
673-45 and 673-46)
Expansion Plug
Lever Plunger Spring
Lever Plunger Spring Pin
Trigger
Warning Label
Trigger Pin
Lever Plunger
Cam Pin
Suspension Bolt
Hook Block, Drilled
Hook Block, Tapped
3/4 TON
88645
73304
88642
920720
73305
88644
88643
73306
73335
73308
73309
73303
73709
73338
73772
73701
73339
73708
73700
73712
73713
73315
73313
73710
73711
73720
73718
73715
73716
73721
73723
73318
40602
45661
73337
989370
73600
PART NUMBER
1 1/2 TON
3 TON
88442
73331
88439
73737
73328
88441
88439
73329
73330
73332
73325
73327
73742
73323
73745
73346
–
73347
73746
73728
73743
73731
73733
73326
73741
73730
73729
73715
73736
73717
73735
73722
–
73738
73734
73739
40604
45662
–
45663
986431
940805
73604
940801
40735
983766
40113
40955
983768
73310
73314
73317
40120
40121
40462
73744
73770
40142
40143
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