Wright Hoists
Acco Heavy-Rated Wire Rope Hoist

 
Wright ACCO® HEAVY-RATED™ wire rope hoists and crane components are built with modular construction.

This gives you ultimate design flexibility to choose the options and features in the configuration you
need. HEAVY-RATED™ hoists and components can be fitted to many varied and diverse applications.

ACCO® HEAVY-RATED™ hoists are available in capacities up to 70 tons
 

HOIST MOTOR
The hoist motor is a squirrel cage design incorporating a D.C. rectified electromagnetic brake and plug-type connection. It is designed for continuous service with high duty factors and cycles. The standard motor has two speeds with a 6:1 speed ratio. The standard voltage is 460-3-60. An optional closed-loop inverter control is available. Class H insulation is standard. Brakes are electromagnetic discs with flat-faced linings. The friction linings are long lasting and the brake is easy to maintain.

 

DRUM & CABLE GUIDE
The drum is constructed from a seamless steel tube with machined grooves. The drum has self-lubricating, commercial bearings. The drive from the gearbox to the drum is via a direct splined shaft. The rope guide is manufactured from nodular cast iron with self-lubricating graphite. Rope guide is formed by two pieces, which can easily be assembled without special tools.

PUSH-BUTTON PENDANTS
Pendants are manufactured from high impact polypropylene and provide double insulation. Push buttons are color coded with internationally recognized symbols to indicate function. Lightweight and ergonomically styled housing reduces operator fatigue. A plug-type NEMA 4/12 pendant with an E-stop button is supplied as standard with all hoists.

OVERLOAD LIMIT DEVICE
All hoists have an electromechanical load cell as standard. The overload device must be set in the field with a certified load.

CONTROL ENCLOSURE
A metal NEMA 4/12 enclosure is located on the hoist frame allowing easy access to the electrical control components and is supplied with plug-type interconnections. Motor circuit breakers are standard for hoist and trolley motors.

GEARED LIMIT SWITCH
A three-element geared limit switch is standard on all hoists. The switch limits hook movement in the up and down motions (shown).

GRAVITY LIMIT SWITCH
All hoists are supplied with a gravity type upper hook travel limit switc (not shown). Single line hoists will not be supplied with a gravity limit switch as standard.

HOIST GEARBOX
The gearbox is rugged and compact. Gears have precision cut helical teeth. The drive from the motor to the gearbox is direct with no coupling devices. All of the gears are lubricated by an oil bath in the interior of a closed casing.

TROLLEY MOTOR & REDUCER
The trolley motor is a squirrel cage design incorporating a D.C. rectified electromagnetic brake and plug-type connection. The standard trolley speed is 80/20 FPM two speed. Optional speeds are available, either with 4:1 two speed or inverter control. The standard voltage is 460-3-60. Low torque, high inertia drives provide gradual acceleration and smooth deceleration without excessive load swing. The drive to the wheel is via a direct splined shaft.

LOAD BLOCK & HOOK
The load block houses steel sheaves with a rotating hook and latch.

TROLLEY WHEELS
Trolley wheels are nodular cast
iron with graphite structure.
Monorail hoist trolley wheels have
a hardness of 210 to 280 Brinell
and top running trolley hoist
wheels range from 230 to 300
Brinell.

Other Standard features include:

  • Trolley travel limit switch.

  • Lifetime lubricating bearings.

  • Monorail trolleys are adjustable or a 4” to 20” flange width.

Please contact Met-Con today for a quotation on your overhead handling and crane service requirements.

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Met-Con, Inc.
P.O. Box 236129
Cocoa, FL 32923-6129 USA
Shipping Address:
465 Canaveral Groves Boulevard
Cocoa, Florida 32926
Phone: (321) 632-4880
Fax: (321) 639-0158
email: hwc@metconinc.com


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