Introducing the next generation of Lodestar Iconic in name and legendary in performance, recognized as the standard in the overhead lifting industry. TabsDescriptionThe next generation of hoistsCM electric chain hoists are the American made industry standard for heavy duty lifting in manufacturing applications.Columbus McKinnon Corporation, the industry leader in quality lifting and positioning equipment for hoist operators around the globe, presents the new Lodestar.Iconic in name and legendary in performanceLodestar is recognized as the standard in the overhead lifting industry. Generations of users have relied on the Lodestar electric chain hoist for consistent operation throughout its long service life. Now with exciting new features, it’s sure to widen its appeal to the next generation of rigging professionals.Made in the USAThe new Lodestar features quieter operation, an environment friendly design, easier access to key components, higher duty cycles, less maintenance, and enhanced safety features.Continuing the legacyAvailable as individual units, in hoist/trolley combinations, or as integral components of complete lifting systems, the next generation of Lodestar takes lifting to new heights for professionals in any industry. With a history of unsurpassed performance and over a million units sold, the next generation of Lodestar continues this legacy.Buy from Estore<a class="rfq-button" data-cke-saved-href="/rfq/powered-hoist-quote" href="/rfq/powered-hoist-quote" "="" title="Request an Electric Chain Hoist Quote">/rfq/powered-hoist-quote Features Capacities: 1/8 to 3 tonsFabric chain container & rigid hook suspension standard on every lodestarLifetime warrantyThe industry’s best warranty against manufacturing and material defects.Metric ratedCSA/USNational recognized testing laboratory (NRTL)Made in the USA Applications Quieter operationLonger service lifeImproved load safetyLess maintenance & easier inspection DownloadsDownloads: CM Lodestar NH Brochure FAQs What brands do you carry? The Hoosier Crane Line Card What voltage options are available with your cranes? How often should I lubricate my chain hoist? When should I test my hoist? When I call for service on my hoist, what information should I have ready?