Thern Stationary Davit Crane - Powder Coated - 2200 lbs WLL - #572E3Product received may differ slightly from image shown.
Thern Stationary Davit Crane - Powder Coated - 2200 lbs WLL - #572E3

Thern Stationary Davit Crane - Powder Coated - 2200 lbs WLL - #572E3

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  • Thern Stationary Davit Crane - Powder Coated - 2200 lbs WLL - #572E3

    • Fixed boom is standard…adjustable boom is available utilizing a hand-operated ratchet-style jack (#SJ2)
    • Mast and boom rotate on tapered roller bearings for 360º load movement, mast can be locked in one of four positions and is easily controlled
    • Gusseted base for permanent installation and stability under load
    • Epoxy finish is available for a 30% upcharge (inquire prior to placing order)
    • Comes with electric winch (#4771-K), 115 VAC, 1 phase, 6 ft pendant control (wire rope assembly is ordered separately, see specification sheet)
  • Mfg Part #
    Powder Coated
    WLL (lbs)
    115/1/60 VAC
    Approx. Weight (lbs)
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