Number one for a reason Superior engineering and years of field work make the CM Cyclone hoist the most popular manual chain hoist. TabsDescriptionThe CM Cyclone hand chain hoist is one of the most reliable and most popular ever designed. Besides the main design for the CM Cyclone hand chain there are two other types of CM Cyclone, the Cyclone Trolley Hoist for low headroom, and the Cyclone Army type trolley hoist. The Cyclone Army type has the same quality and performance as the Cyclone in a compact, low headroom integral trolley mount. Plain and geared trolley mounts in capacities from 1/4 to 12 tons The Cyclone low headroom trolley is used for what it gets it's name after, low headroom. This hoist is used in low headroom applications. Plain trolley mounts in capacities from 1/2 to 6 tons. Geared trolley mounts in capacities from 1 1/2 to 6 tons The Cyclone hand chain hoist combines superior engineering, efficiency and durability. Available in a variety of capacities from 1/4 ton to 10 tons. Features Most interchangeability of parts in the industry Standard Load Limiter for simple, automatic overload protection Enclosed contoured Weston-type automatic brake for positive load control High-efficiency spur gearing for greater lift with minimum effort Rugged Hoistaloy chain for added strength and durability Fully machined, forged liftwheel pockets for easier lifting and smooth free chaining High-strength aluminum alloy castings in frame and covers Inspected over 75 times to meet or exceed HMI and ASME/ANSI performance and safety standards Standard hand chain drop is 2 feet less than lift, (example: 8 foot lift hoist has 6 foot hand chain drop) Lifetime warranty Metric rated Made in U.S.A. Applications Applications requiring a movable hoist Reduced headroom, side clearences and end approach for easy maneuvering loads in tight places Lifetime Warranty Standard hand chain drop 2 feet less than lift. DownloadsDownloads: CM Cyclone Army Type Trolley Hoist Catalog CM Cyclone Hand Chain Hoist Catalog CM Trolley Hoist for low Headroom Catalog FAQs What brands do you carry? The Hoosier Crane Line Card 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?