TabsDescriptionBuilt to work through the toughest jobs The SHAW-BOX 700 Series wire rope hoists are designed and manufactured for heavy-duty service. This workhorse is built to deliever, day-in and day-out, under tough operating conditions. 700 Series hoists are built to take even the most demanding job cycles in stride, yet can be relied upon to handle your most delicate loads with precision control. Maximum hook coverage with no sacrifices Their compact design, with high hook lift and closer end approaches, maximizes hook coverage within an existing facility, reducing or eliminating the need for rebuilding or remodeling. 700 Series hoists achieve an unusually high hook lift, without resorting to design compromises. The best range of all hoists This line offers the greatest range of lifting speeds, controls, headroom and mounting options of any hoists on the market today. 700 Series hoists are available in both electric and air powered models. Options include startard and low hearoom, deck and base mounted models with a choice of single reeving or true vertical lift. FeaturesOne-piece welded steel frame ensures precise fit and long hoisting machinery life Alloy aluminum gear case and cover is lightweight yet rugged Direct acting D.C. brake solenoid for smooth braking action Rugged, low-maintenance magnetic contractor control High torque, heavy-duty hoist motor for smooth load handling Improved plow steel preformed wire rope for maximum strength and life Push-button control pendant for easy one-handed operation Integrally welded mounting lug permits various trolley attachment options Block operated limit switch limits upward hook travel ApplicationsCapacity range 1-25 tons Lift 18-259 feet Lifting speeds 8-56 FPM Ac current 208/230/460/575-3-60 Control Single speed Two speed Variable frequency control Suspension Lug Push trolley Hand geared trolley Motor driven trolley Deck and base DownloadsDownloads: 700and800SeriesBrochure_Cat.pdf FAQs What are the requirements for hot metal hoists? What brands do you carry? The Hoosier Crane Line Card What voltage options are available with your cranes? When should I test my hoist? When I call for service on my hoist, what information should I have ready?