Current Region: United Kingdom (EN)
The C Series Ratchet Puller is discontinued.
Completes and service parts are no longer available.
The C-Series includes rugged cast aluminum wire rope pullers designed to store more wire rope than all-steel ratchet pullers. Rigged double line, they handle those long reach pulling or lifting jobs up to 3,400 lbs. with no problem "One notch at a time" lowering is assured by the ratchet and pawl system. The gear teeth are IR's "Buttress Tooth" design for additional strength and longer gear life.
Related Products may offer substitution options.
4:1 design factor for lifting, lowering and pulling. Meets Specifications
Overload safety handle is designed to deform when capacity rating is exceeded
Lightweight aluminum frame
Alloy steel load hook with safety latches
One piece cast aluminum drum
Buttress tooth design improves load gear life
Solid steel drive and holding dog, not laminated plates
Galvanized aircraft-quality wire rope
Ratchet and pawl system provides safe, one-notch-at-a-time lowering
Cable guide and shield protects wire rope and spools cable evenly on drum
Reversible handle changes position easily, so pull is always possible in the right direction, against the load
Easy to repair, replacement parts available
Plated external parts for corrosion resistance
All the features of our popular C Series, plus the following unique features:
Three hooks allow 2 ton capacity; 6 foot pull with double line and 1 ton capacity with 12 foot pull using single line
Non-conductive, corrosion resistant, high strength synthetic strap will not kink or bind
Easy pay-out of strap for fast set-up
Count on genuine Ingersoll Rand equipment, accessories and services for your material handling requirements. Easy configuration to meet worldwide standards and 3rd party type approvals along with high quality manufacturing in ISO 9001 level advanced facilities make us the choice for high capacity and industrial applications around the world.
LIFTING & MATERIAL HANDLING HISTORY
Our lifting and material handling business got its start in Seattle, Washington, in 1924 when R. H. Beebe began production of 5-ton hand winches. Learn more about how we’ve grown into a global supplier.