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INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

EZ LIFT MANUAL PRODUCTS
English STD-R-KHA-F-CQD-ENG

This document and the information contained herein, is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling, Inc. and represents a non-public, confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced, disclosed to third parties, altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling, Inc. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling, Inc. All rights reserved.

EZ Lift Manual Products I&M Manual/EN/02.11.11

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CAUTION: Read the instructions supplied with the product before installation and commissioning. CAUTION: Keep the instructions in a safe place for future reference.

CONTACT INFORMATION
R&M MATERIALS HANDLING, INC. 4501 Gateway Boulevard Springfield, OH 45502

General Telephone: Toll Free Telephone (US):

937 - 328-5100 800 - 955-9967

General Fax: Parts Department Fax (US): Parts Dept. Fax (other):

937 - 325-5319 800 - 955-5162 937 - 328-5162

Website:

www.rmhoist.com

CONTENTS
RBC BEAM CLAMP
(1 TON TO 5 TONS)

RM SERIES II MANUAL CHAIN HOIST
INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE

RL MANUAL LEVER PULLER
¼ TON TO 3 TON CAPACITY

RLP PREMIUM MANUAL LEVER PULLER
¾ TON TO 6 TON CAPACITY

RPT PUSH TROLLEY/ RPTC HAND –GEARED TROLLEY
INSTRUCTION MANUAL

RMLH PUSH TROLLEY/RMLHC-HAND GEARED TROLLEY (LOW HEADROOM)
INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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This document and the information contained herein, is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling, Inc. and represents a non-public, confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced, disclosed to third parties, altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling, Inc. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling, Inc. All rights reserved.

INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND INSTRUCTION MANUAL
RBC BEAM CLAMP – 1 TON TO 5 TONS
English STD-R-KHA-F-CQD-ENG

This document and the information contained herein, is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling, Inc., and represents a non-public, confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced, disclosed to third parties, altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling, Inc. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling, Inc. All rights reserved.

RBC BEAM CLAMP I&M MANUAL/EN/06.17.09

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CAUTION: Read the instructions supplied with the product before installation and commissioning. CAUTION: Keep the instructions in a safe place for future reference.

Table of contents

INSTRUCTIONS TO READ BEFORE USE ............................................................................................... 3 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ........................................................................................................... 4

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This document and the information contained herein, is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling, Inc., and represents a non-public, confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced, disclosed to third parties, altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling, Inc. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling, Inc. All rights reserved.

).. abnormal behavior. Never modify the beam clamp unless the manufacturer has studied and authorized the modification..). Never remove the hook safety catches..17. .. Do not use the beam clamp for a purpose or in an area for which it is not intended. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. do the starting and braking operations at slow speed.. Only an experienced operator should rig the use of several machines to move a single load. Inc. The prevention instructions to be carried out during the different operations should be well known. deformation.. Do not operate equipment if your physical condition does not allow it. The device used to suspend the load should be flexible in relation to the load to be moved (prefer a sling to a rigid beam). Do not move the hook. Never use the beam clamp when condition is bad (wear. Do not subject the beam clamp to shocks loading.09 1 INSTRUCTIONS TO READ BEFORE USE m CAUTION CHECKS Handle the beam clamp by its structure. or pull sideways... outside the limits provided for in the manual. Never block.). Shocks or accidental collision of the load with objects can cause excess loads. Never use the lifting chain as a sling Never use a hook other than in the vertical position.. adjust or remove the limit switches or stops to go higher or lower moving distance Never use the hoist to extract. Never lift more than the maximum working load indicated on the beam clamp. Make sure that the safety rules are followed (harness. by limiting the starting and braking jerks. Use the material under normal working conditions (ambient temperature. clearance of work areas. Never use the hoist to transport people. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. In the case of several speeds. with or without a load. Never modify the values and adjustments of the safety components.. Do not expose the beam clamp to an inappropriate atmosphere. loosen. lifting beam. atmosphere. Inc. or in its original packing. posting up of instructions to be followed in the area. Always be ready during operation to press the emergency stop button. Never use suspect spare parts or parts whose origin is not known. Avoid rocking the load or the hook when using the traveling trolley or crane. Avoid lifting using only a single load point. maximum angle 3 degrees. Make sure that the clamp attaching structure is rigid. Pay attention to the center of gravity of the load to be moved. Never distract the operator while the hoist is being operated. Do not touch the moving components.). altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Use adequate accessories (slings. Inc. Never swing the load intentionally.. Never leave a suspended load hanging. Never angle pull the load.RBC BEAM CLAMP I&M MANUAL/EN/06. Make sure that the load is correctly balanced before moving it.. All the necessary precautions should be taken to carefully ensure the distribution of the loads and to avoid overloading a single machine. disclosed to third parties. Hoist should be covered to avoid water going inside the chain bucket. or by the devices provided for this purpose. A hole must be made to the chain bucket’s bottom to let water to drain out. and represents a non-public. Never try to repair such as welding on the beam clamp without the authorization of the manufacturer or a trained maintenance agent. Never transport a load with people nearby. When moving the load. make sure that it is sufficiently raised to clear surrounding machines and other objects. This makes all functions inactive. Only a competent technician should install the clamp. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.). Do not use the safety components as operation components. Notify the necessary people after a dangerous operation or if the hoist seems problematic (abnormal noise. Do not let an unqualified person use the hoist. The machines should be carefully checked before such an operation. Use only original replacement parts that are compatible with the type of clamp being repaired.).. All rights reserved. over personnel 3/4 This document and the information contained herein. or without the approval of the manufacturer. Do not use the mechanical stops as a repetitive means of stopping. Make sure that the hoist is properly cleaned and protected from corrosion (lubrication. Material used outdoors should be protected as well as possible against bad weather conditions.

Inc. and represents a non-public.. Beam Clamp Dimensions Type SWL (kg) 1000 2000 3000 5000 RBC RBC RBC RBC 1 2 3 5 Beam width (mm) 75-230 75-230 80-320 90-310 Weight (kg) 3.RBC BEAM CLAMP I&M MANUAL/EN/06. Inc. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.17. Beam Clamp Dimensions Type Dimensions (mm) A max 240 240 316 306 B max 192 192 238 248 B min 340 340 445 455 C 70 70 106 114 D 5 5 8 10 E 210 210 250 250 F Max 150 150 207 210 F min 45 45 165 167 G Min 45 45 76 76 H 20 20 22 28 I 20 20 34 34 J 185 185 261 251 RBC 1 RBC 2 RBC 3 RBC 5 4/4 This document and the information contained herein.5 11. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.3 Table 1. disclosed to third parties.09 2 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS Figure 1.9 5 9. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. . Inc. All rights reserved.

Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. disclosed to third parties. Inc. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Inc.. All rights reserved.INSTALLATION. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. OPERATION AND INSTRUCTION MANUAL RM SERIES II MANUAL CHAIN HOIST English STD-R-KHA-F-CQD-ENG This document and the information contained herein. . and represents a non-public. Inc.

If any instructions are unclear. Inc. Before proceeding with the operation or maintenance of the equipment it is important that the operating and maintenance personnel read this bulletin carefully in order to ensure the safe and efficient use of the equipment.955-5162 937 . All rights reserved. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. 4501 Gateway Boulevard Springfield.325-5319 800 . R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. OH 45502 General Telephone: Toll Free Telephone (US): 937 . Copies of this publication are available from the Society at United Engineering Center.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. and servicing of this hoist. inspection..rmhoist.328-5100 800 . NY 10017. Also. 345 East 47th St.16-1998 (or current revised edition). Inc.11 m m CAUTION: Read the instructions supplied with the product before installation and commissioning. Inc. CAUTION: Keep the instructions in a safe place for future reference. contact the manufacturer or distributor of the equipment before attempting to install or use the hoist. and represents a non-public. read and follow the Safety Standard ASME B30.. . Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling.11.com 2/20 This document and the information contained herein. Fax (other): 937 . New York. INC. it is strongly recommended that the personnel responsible for the operation.955-9967 General Fax: Parts Department Fax (US): Parts Dept. disclosed to third parties.328-5162 Website: www. This standard covers Overhead Hoists (under-hung) as promulgated by the American National Standards Institute and is published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. each repair parts order must contain the following information: 1. notify the carrier immediately. Upon receipt of shipment caution should be exercised so that there is no loss or damage. customer service/sales representatives and the terms of which are incorporated as if fully rewritten herein. The serial number of your equipment is on the nameplate affixed to the equipment. Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale (Revision 101707). altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Claims for Damage in Shipment All shipments are carefully inspected and are delivered to the carrier in good order. so always mention the serial number for prompt service. INC. Inc.rmhoist. How to Order Repair Parts Correctly The Spare Parts section of this manual covers replacement parts required for R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. equipment. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. It is also recommended that you keep this manual readily accessible to operators as well as maintenance and safety personnel. Correct shipping destination. Quantity 5. All rights reserved. Inc. If damage has occurred. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. In the event of concealed loss or damage.. To ensure prompt service. Proper use is important to the ultimate performance of this equipment. . Inc. we cannot be sure of sending you the correct parts. Equipment serial number 2. operation and maintenance of the equipment you have purchased. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Minimum Charges All orders for repair parts are subject to a minimum charge.11. refuse to accept the shipment until the carrier makes the proper notation to that effect. dependable operation. Inc. a copy of which is available at www. Inc.11 Foreword This manual has been prepared to acquaint you of the procedures necessary for the installation.com or upon request from R&M Materials Handling. Careful study of and adherence to the instructions will help ensure safe. Capacity 3. By following these suggestions you will encounter less difficulty collecting your claim. disclosed to third parties. Reference number from applicable bulletin or spare parts identification sheet 4. and represents a non-public. 3/20 This document and the information contained herein. Warranty All sales are subject to the R&M Materials Handling. Information in this manual is subject to change without notice. Without this serial number. Description 6.

........................................................3 Operating Procedures ...... Table of contents 2 3 4 5 6 GENERAL ................4 Operating Practices .........................4 During Use ...................................................................................11 m m 1 CAUTION: Read the instructions supplied with the product before installation and commissioning. 9 3..................1 General . ......................... All rights reserved...............................1.................................................................................................................................... 8 3..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 4............. 10 4................................................................................................................. 9 INSPECTION .......................2 Brake.........................................................................2. 14 5......... 9 3................ Inc................... 8 3.................................2......................................................................................................3 Replacement Criteria for Brakes......................................... 5 1............................................... 6 1.....................................1 Transport / Storage ..........................................2 Start-up Check Points ...............3 Setting the Overload Limiting Device ........................... 10 4.................................................. 6 1................................. 14 5..................................................RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02............. 8 3............................................................................................................................2. 8 3.........5 Hook Certificate ..1 Load Chain.......................................................................................................................................................................................1...........................................1 Description ..................1....2 Transport / Storage ..................2 DON’TS:.......4 Hook Inspection ...........2 Load Chain Technical Specification ...........................................................................................2 Installing the Friction Disc ............. Inc...................................2.................................................................... Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling...................................................... 14 5....1 Maintenance Schedule ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing ....... 14 5....................................... 13 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE .....................1..................................................................... altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.........................2 Installation .........2.......................................................................... CAUTION: Keep the instructions in a safe place for future reference....................................................... 12 4................................... 15 5......................................11..............................................................2..... is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling....3 Load Chain Installation ...........2.......................................................................................................................................... 17 4/20 This document and the information contained herein................................................................ 5 1........................2............................1 Support ............... 9 3............ 8 3.... 7 SAFE OPERATING PRACTICES – DO’S AND DON'TS ................... and represents a non-public.................................... 14 5......................................... 6 1. Inc..................................... confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced...................................................................................2 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing ...................................................................................................................................................................................................3 During Use ....................................................................................................... 6 1.........................................................................................................1 Removing the Friction Disc ................................................1 DO’S: ................................. 16 SPARE PARTS ........... disclosed to third parties....... 8 3.......................... 10 4.......................................................................................... 7 PACKAGING ..........................................

and represents a non-public. disclosed to third parties. All rights reserved. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.11. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. Inc. Inc.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.1 Description Top Hook Figure 1..11 1 GENERAL Check that the equipment furnished corresponds with the details on the packing slip attached to the packaging. 1. Main Hoist Components Hand Chain Load Chain (free end) Load hook 5/20 This document and the information contained herein. Limit loads to half of the nominal load capacity during periods of extreme cold weather where the ambient temperature is less than 5°F [-15 ° C]. Inc. .

. oil the chain generously along the entire length.2. With a brush. which sustains and controls the rated load when the hoist is being operated in either direction. Inc. The manual chain hoists are for lifting and lowering.2 Installation 1. Trolley stops shall not be used as a continuing means of stopping the trolley. kinked. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.2 Start-up Check Points Before operating the new unit. or damaged chain.3 Operating Procedures The hoist lifts and lowers the rated load in a controlled manner when a manual force is applied to the hand chain. if a trolley is used. carry out several lifting and lowering operations observing the operation of the load chain and sprocket. All rights reserved. Removing or obscuring warning information.1 Support • • Make sure the supporting structure is designed to withstand the loads and forces imposed by the hoist/trolley. Inc. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Grease the swivel joints of the hooks. carry out several lifting and lowering operations using the entire length of the load chain.11. Make sure trolley stops are installed at the limits of trolley travel. 4. Lifting more than rated load. 2. Lifting people or loads over people. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. 6. and represents a non-public. Check to see that all functional operating mechanisms including the mechanical brake are operating correctly. 6/20 This document and the information contained herein.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. The load chain should feed smoothly into and away from the sprocket. Inc. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. if a trolley is used. 1. The use of the hoists for pulling or side pulling is not allowed because the chain guides and positioning of other parts are not designed for this type of operation. The hoist is equipped with a brake. Operating damaged or malfunctioning hoist. 3. 5. untwist the load chain before using. • • • • • • • 1. Operating hoist with other than manual power. If so. carry out the following start-up procedures: • Read the attached WARNING tag or other legends affixed to the unit that includes cautionary language AGAINST: 1. Make sure that the load chain is not twisted or kinked.11 1.2. Operating hoist with twisted. disclosed to third parties. Without a load.. Make sure the trolley wheels have proper spacing in relation to the beam flange. With a load.

Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. it is recommended that the following operating practices be adhered to when using a manual chain hoist. Handling the Load • • • • • • • • The rated load shall not be exceeded. Slings or other approved apparatus shall be seated properly in the saddle of the hook. Inc. Inc.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. The operator shall familiarize himself with the operation of the equipment and its proper care. Hooks shall not be tip loaded The hoist shall not be operated until load-block. the unit must be removed from service and not used until corrections are made. The load lifted is not greater than the rated capacity marked on the unit. The load chain is correctly fitted and not twisted or kinked. Do not leave a loaded hoist unattended at any time. If adjustments are necessary or damage is known. chain and hoist body are directly inline with the direction of loading to avoid side pull. 7/20 This document and the information contained herein. it’s recommended: • • • • • • To initially lift the load with caution so to check that the slings are adequate and correctly positioned. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. and represents a non-public. That the operator shall make sure that all people in the area are clear of the load. Load is not caught on any obstructions. which will divert his attention while operating the equipment. The load shall be attached to the load hook or attached by means of slings or other approved apparatus. The unit shall always be operated by hand power only. Before lifting a load. Hook safety latch shall be closed before operating the unit. 2 PACKAGING The various models are delivered assembled and packed in cardboard boxes. The load chain shall not be wrapped around the load. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. • During lifting a load. Clearance is available to avoid personal injury or property damage. check that: • • • • The load chain is in good condition and properly oiled. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. disclosed to third parties. That the operator shall not engage in any activity. All rights reserved. To stop lifting or lowering the load if the effort required on the hand chain is greater than normal because the equipment may be overloaded..4 Operating Practices In addition to the Safe Operating Practices – Dos and Don’ts. Inc. To stand clear while lifting or lowering the load.11 1.11. .

) in accordance with the instruction manual. abnormal behavior. Inc. Verify the strength of the structure to which the equipment is to be attached. swivels. and make all people who will operate the equipment aware of these. brake. Pay particular attention to hooks. Keep the load chain clean of debris and properly lubricated. disclosed to third parties. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Avoid swinging the load or load hook when traveling. end stop. • • • • • • • 8/20 This document and the information contained herein. warning signs. etc. Be aware of and observe the safety rules while operating the equipment. Keep the manual near the equipment and readily available to the operator and the maintenance and safety personnel at all times. Check that the chains are not twisted or damaged in any way.1. . Operate the equipment in normal environmental conditions.11.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. If any distortion or abnormal wear is observed. Make sure load clears neighboring stockpiles. The hook safety latch must be properly closed.4 During Use • Before lifting ensure that the load is adequately attached to the hook.1.1.11 3 3. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. Balance the load before moving it.). pulley blocks. overload limiting device.3 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing • • • • • • • • • • • • • Only trained and competent personnel may install and operate equipment. Regularly check the condition of the load chain and hooks (joints. instructions. etc. Equipment used outside should be adequately protected against the weather. warning information.). Verify that all safety items are in good working order (brake.). Balance the load properly before handling. Inform maintenance personnel following any dangerous or unsafe operation of the equipment (strange noise. Ensure that safety regulations are complied with (safety harness. etc. etc.). etc. 3. Inc. Regularly clean and protect from corrosion (oil. Take up slack slowly. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. etc.1. use appropriate accessories (slings. Oil the chain regularly under no-load conditions.. machinery or other obstructions when moving the load. 3. Carefully follow the installation instructions provided in the equipment's instruction manual. Establish an inspection program and maintain records of all maintenance performed. The load chain must be checked for proper installation and oiled before any load is applied. Avoid hook tip loading. Only use "original parts" when repairing or maintaining.2 Transport / Storage Handle the equipment by its structure either using the fittings provided for this purpose or in its original packaging. evacuation of work areas. 3. Inc. end stops. cross struts. load chain. and represents a non-public. Periodically check tightness of bolts and mounting hardware. Store the equipment in a non-aggressive environment away from sources of dust or dampness etc. Avoid lifting the load from a single point.1 General Read the manual carefully and always follow the recommendations.). is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. All rights reserved.1 SAFE OPERATING PRACTICES – DO’S AND DON'TS DO’S: 3. the parts concerned must be replaced. etc. Replace any worn or suspect parts.

etc. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.2. Never use the equipment if it is in an unsatisfactory condition (worn. Never override limiting or safety equipment. Never remove the safety latches.11. Never use the load chain as a sling.2 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing • • • Never modify the equipment without the authorization of the manufacturer. always center equipment over the load before moving it. 3. Never twist the load chain (risk of pulley block turning over. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.2 DON’TS: 3. . Never use the equipment to transport people.11 3. Do not use spare parts of unknown or doubtful origin. Never modify the values and adjustments of the safety devices beyond the ranges specified in the instruction manual or without the manufacturer’s approval. Never attach a sling on the point of the hook (risk of hook being damaged and load falling).1 Transport / Storage Do not put the equipment on anything without suitable support otherwise parts on the underside may become damaged.2. All rights reserved. Never pull the load sideways. and represents a non-public. Never intentionally allow the load to tip over. 3. disclosed to third parties. Inc. Do not use the equipment for extracting or un-jamming purposes or for lateral pulling etc. bent.). 9/20 This document and the information contained herein. Do not use the equipment for a purpose or in a situation for which it is not designed. Do not constantly use the end stops as a means of stopping. Do not use the safety devices as a means of measuring loaded weight.). Never use the equipment as a ground for welding.3 During Use • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Do not allow the hook. Do not provoke violent impacts with the equipment. etc. Do not leave a load suspended unless absolutely necessary..2. Do not jerk the load as this causes deterioration of the equipment. to pass over the heads of people below. Inc. Remember that accidental impacts or snagging of the load being handled with surrounding objects may provoke an overload. Never attempt to move a load greater than the capacity indicated on the equipment. Do not touch any moving parts. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. whether it is loaded or not. Never use the hook in a slanting position. Inc.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02.

Measure the load chain over 5 links + 2 diameters as shown below in the Load Chain Technical Specification section.012) (+0.92 9 x 27 80 T 900 DIN 5684 2500 105 10% 153 (+0.031) 8 x 24 80 T 900 DIN 5684 2000 73.25) 6.005) 85 (+0.15) 2.299 1.16) /-0. Replace the unit if the link wear exceeds 10 %.28 (+0. Compare the measurement with the appropriate value of the Dimension over 5 links + 2 diameters for a new load chain.78 (+0. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.8) 4.35 0.024) 7.11 4 4.011 (+0. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.010) 0. 4. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.25 (+0.2 (+0/-0.5 10% 136 (+0. and represents a non-public.. disclosed to third parties.378 0.370 0.63 10 x 28 80 T 900 DIN 5684 3000 126 10% 160 (+0. Link wear must not exceed 10 % of the specified diameter of the load chain.2 Load Chain Technical Specification Table 1.346 0.018/-0.016 (+0/-0.235 0.006) /-0.6) 4.354 0.732 0. total elongation over 7 links Dimension over 5 links + 2 diameters (mm) Dimension over 5 links + 2 diameters (inch) Weight (kg) per meter Weight (lb) per foot 4 x 12 80 T 900 DIN 5684 250 20 10% 68 5 x 15 80 T 900 DIN 5684 500 31. .024 1.019/-0.36 10% 6 x 18 80 T 900 DIN 5684 1000 49 10% 102 (+0/-0.026) (+0.12/-0.156 0.16 0. Inc. Never use the equipment if any of its links are cracked or deformed.1 x 21 80 T 900 DIN 5684 1500 63.693 (+0/-0.013/-0.33/-0.49 10/20 This document and the information contained herein.524 0.005/-0.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. Load Chain Technical Specifications Chain diameter x pitch (mm) Grade Class Minimum breaking strain (N/mm2) Standard Safe load limit on 1 fall (kg) Breaking load (kN) Min.11.3) 6. All rights reserved.45/-0.934 0.5/-0. Inc.1 INSPECTION Load Chain Check the condition of the load chain regularly.66) 5.677 3. Inc. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling.5 10% 119.

Install the fall stop assembly. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. and represents a non-public.11 4. Fall stop assembly must be place at least 6” [150mm] from the free end of the load chain. Figure 2. Inc. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. . The link weld must be on the inside.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02.3 Load Chain Installation 1. Pull the hand chain.. Link Weld Orientation Link Weld Body Load Wheel 3 Fall Hoist 4 Fall Hoist 11/20 This document and the information contained herein. 2. disclosed to third parties. Hook the chain onto the end of the wire on the load side. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. Inc.11. 6. Regulate the load chain tension. Pull the wire to bring the chain in contact with the load wheel while checking the position of the vertical links. Take a flexible wire of about 20 inches (50 cm) in length and insert the wire between the load wheel and the chain guide until it comes out on the other side. All rights reserved. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. 5. 3. (See figure) 4.

Safety latches shall be replaced if bent or broken to the extent that they no longer provide proper closure of the throat opening of the hook. Figure 3. Measuring Hook Deformation Due to many types and sizes of hooks that can be furnished and specified by the user. and represents a non-public.11 4. . All rights reserved.4 Hook Inspection Check the hooks for deformation or cracks.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. disclosed to third parties. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. or if the throat opening has more than 10-degree twist from the plane of the unbent hook. it is recommended that the user measure the actual throat opening of the hook as originally furnished and record it on the above sketch and retain for a permanent record.. Inc. Inc. Note: Any hook that is twisted or has a throat opening in excess of normal indicates abuse or overloading of the unit. Other load bearing components shall be checked for damage. The hooks must be replaced if the throat opening has increased by more than 15%. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. This record can then be used for determining when the hook must be replaced due to deformation or excessive throat opening. Inc.11. 12/20 This document and the information contained herein. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. m CAUTION: Repairing hooks by welding or reshaping is strictly forbidden.

22 31 1.319 33.575 40 1.102 28 1.953 75 Lh inch mm 0.24 31.205 56 2. Inc.11 4.8 1.673 42.028 51.953 75 2. .7 2.012 25.72 43.6 0.6299 16 0.9567 24.9291 23. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.953 75 O inch mm 0. Inc.72 43.953 75 2.102 28 1.362 60 B inch mm 0.5 1. All rights reserved. Hook Certificate Load ton kg Test load kg Breaking load kg D inch mm 1.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02.5 0. Hook Dimensions 15S 16S 19S 21S 22S 24S 25S 28T 28T 1/4 1/2 1 1 1/2 2 3 5 7 1/2 10 250 500 1000 1500 2000 3000 5000 7500 10000 500 1000 2000 3000 4000 6000 10000 15000 20000 1000 2000 4000 6000 8000 12000 20000 30000 40000 Figure 4.5 1.8583 21.9291 23.772 45 1. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. and represents a non-public.11. disclosed to third parties.5 1.5 1.4134 10.575 40 1.5 Hook I.870 47.5 1.24 31.043 26.5 1.5 2.969 50 2. Hook DImensions 13/20 This document and the information contained herein.5 1.6 1.673 42.8583 21.9843 25 1.5 1.575 40 Table 2.7283 18..8 0.319 33.5 2.5 1.319 33.870 47.24 31. Inc.480 63 Lv inch mm 0.9449 24 0.087 53 2.319 33.4528 11.5 1.5 1.8 1.5 1.870 47.5 1. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.5 0.7 1.6299 16 0.870 47.102 28 1.043 26.5906 15 0.398 35.7 1.7874 20 0.D.181 30 1.3 1.5 1.5 Hv inch mm 0.398 35.87 47.5 0.5 Hh inch mm 0.362 60 2.476 37.811 20.5 1. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.358 34.5 1.5512 14 0.437 36.6 1.575 40 1.5 2.480 63 2.7008 17.5 1.

7. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Remove the cotter pin from the castle nut. 5. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. 14/20 This document and the information contained herein. 6. Table 3.11. Slightly separate the two pawls and install the ratchet gear. 4. Inc. and corrosive fumes). Insert the cotter pin and bend the ends away from each other. Install the second friction disc. Remove the castle nut. until tight. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. maintenance and inspection intervals should be shortened and more frequent. back off the castle nut until the first slot available lines up with the pinhole. Install the first friction disc. clean: • • • Threaded section of the main shaft Brake plate Threaded bore of the chain wheel 5. moisture.2 Installing the Friction Disc 1. and represents a non-public. Install the hand chain on the chain wheel. 5. Maintenance Schedule Interval 1 month Type of Check Visual examination Inspection / Maintenance Check the external condition of the unit Check the condition of mechanism Check the condition of the load chain and the attachments Check the condition of the hooks Check the condition of the hook safety latch Check the condition of accessories Clean the dust from the equipment Check the greasing: Lubricate the load chain with a brush (oil grade SAE 80) Use oil to lubricate the heads of the hooks Check the operation of the brake Check the condition of the load wheel Inspect the load chain for wear or distortion Inspect the hooks for wear or distortion Open the gear cover and grease the gears 6 month In-depth examination 12 month Maintenance Always keep the chain clean and free of debris.11 5 5.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE Maintenance Schedule The maintenance and inspection intervals are based on normal duty under normal environmental conditions (free from excessive dust. Inc.1 Removing the Friction Disc Using a wire brush. 3. Do not clean the chain with thinners or degreasing agents under any circumstances. disclosed to third parties.2 1. Clean as necessary with paraffin or diesel. If duty is heavier or environment more severe. 8. Remove the hand chain from the hand chain wheel.2. 6. Screw on the hand chain wheel.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. Screw on the castle nut until tight. Inc.2. All rights reserved. 4. 2. 9. 5. Ensure that both pawls are correctly positioned in the teeth of the ratchet gear. Install the chain wheel cover. 10. Brake Remove the hand chain wheel cover. drain and re-oil.. . 2. 5. 3. Test the brake under load conditions. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. machined face towards the discs. Remove the ratchet sub-assembly and the two friction discs. Unscrew the hand chain wheel.

Brake Measurement 15/20 This document and the information contained herein.061 inches 0.54 mm) (1.100 inches (3.101 inches 0.54 mm) Figure 5.56 mm) (1.061 inches 0.061 inches 0.55 mm) (1.54 mm) (1.125 inches 0.55 mm) (2. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling.059 inches 0. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.18 mm) (2.54 mm) (2.59 mm) (2. disclosed to third parties.102 inches 0.54 mm) (2. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.59 mm) (2.3 Replacement Criteria for Brakes Table 4. Inc.100 inches 0.100 inches 0. Replacement Criteria for Brakes TON 1/4 1/2 11 1/2 2357 1/2 10 - ITEM 52308624 52308625 52308626 52308627 52308712 52308713 52308629 52308629 52308629 THICKNESS AS NEW 0.. Inc.11.098 inches 0.061 inches (2.063 inches 0. and represents a non-public.102 inches 0.2.50 mm) (1.56 mm) (2. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02.061 inches 0.18 mm) (1.100 inches 0.59 mm) (1. All rights reserved. .54 mm) REPLACE WHEN 0.50 mm) (2.59 mm) (1. Inc.063 inches 0.086 inches 0.11 5.

Inc. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. dirt. free from any rust. etc. Set the overload device. 6. 3. Tighten each M5 screw (4) evenly until tight. 2. 2. Insert the hand chain wheel (1). 3. Remove the hand chain wheel cover. dust. 4. 4. 4. Installing the hand wheel after checking the friction surfaces 1. Removing the hand wheel to check the condition of the friction surfaces 1. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. Hand chain wheel Brake disc Connection plate Screw M5 x 15 (3) Disc spring set Friction surfaces Stackup springs of the disc Setting the overload device Make sure the friction surfaces are clean. Lightly lubricate the friction surfaces with grease. 5. and represents a non-public. Inc. 3. . Place the hand chain around the wheel. Remove the hand chain from the hand chain wheel. Remove the connection plate (3). 2. Add the connection plate (3) Insert each M5 screw (4) making sure the stackup of the disc springs is correct. Remove each M5 screw (4). Reinstall the hand chain wheel cover. All rights reserved.. 16/20 This document and the information contained herein. Inc. 5. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. 6. Attach a test load of 1.11 5. 4. 2.11. 5. disclosed to third parties. 3. Loosen each M5 screw an equal number of turns until the hand wheel slides and the test load can no longer be lifted.3 Setting the Overload Limiting Device Figure 6. 1. Cross Section of Overload Limiting Device 1. Test with load at capacity.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02.3 times the rated capacity to the load hook. Pull off the hand chain wheel (1). 5. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.

confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Inc.11 6 SPARE PARTS Figure 7. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. Inc. . Inc. disclosed to third parties.. All rights reserved. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Spare Parts Diagrams 17/20 This document and the information contained herein.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. and represents a non-public.11.

. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02.11. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. All rights reserved.11 Table 5. and represents a non-public. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. disclosed to third parties. Inc. . Spare Parts List Item 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2A 2B 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 15 15 15 Description Hand chain wheel cover Hand chain wheel cover Hand chain wheel cover Hand chain wheel cover Hand chain wheel cover Hand chain wheel cover Hand chain wheel cover Hand chain wheel cover Hand chain wheel cover Hand chain wheel without overload device Hand chain wheel with overload device Brake cover Friction disc Friction disc Friction disc Friction disc Friction disc Friction disc Friction disc Ratchet gear Ratchet gear Ratchet gear Ratchet gear Ratchet gear Ratchet gear Ratchet gear Ratchet gear Ratchet gear Brake plate Brake plate Brake plate Brake plate Brake plate Brake plate Brake plate Brake plate Brake plate Position plate Shaft Side plate A assembly Load chain wheel Side plate B assembly Gear with center spline Drive shaft assembly Shaft Gear cover Gear cover Gear cover Gear cover Capacity ¼ ton [250 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1-½ ton [1500 kg] 2 ton [2000 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 5 ton [5000 kg] 7-½ ton [7500 kg] 10 ton [10000 kg] ¼ ton [250 kg] > ¼ ton [250 kg] ¼ ton [250 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1-½ ton [1500 kg] 2 ton [2000 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 5 ton [5000 kg] ¼ ton [250 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1-½ ton [1500 kg] 2 ton [2000 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 5 ton [5000 kg] 7 ½ ton [7500kg] 10 ton [10000kg] ¼ ton [250 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1-½ ton [1500 kg] 2 ton [2000 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 5 ton [5000 kg] 7 ½ ton [7500 kg] 10 ton [10000 kg] Part Number 52308656 52308657 52308658 52308659 52308718 52308719 52308660 52308660 52308660 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 52308624 52308625 52308626 52308627 52308712 52308713 52308629 52308630 52308632 52308633 52308634 52308716 52308717 52308635 52308635 52308635 52308666 52308667 52308668 52308669 52308714 52308715 52308670 52308670 52308670 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Quantity ¼ ton [250 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1-½ ton [1500 kg] 52308661 52308662 52308663 52308664 18/20 This document and the information contained herein. Inc. Inc.

7 Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Bottom suspension pin Bottom block assembly for 1 fall units Top suspension pin ¼ ton [250 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1-½ ton [1500 kg] 2 ton [2000 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 5 ton [5000 kg] 7 ½ ton [7500 kg] 10 ton [10000 kg] ¼ ton [250 kg] [450 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] [950 kg] 2 ton [2000 kg] [1950 kg] 52288022 820151 900545 52288023 900546 52298372 52308372 52308372 52308372 52371830 820161 52294715 52371831 52320993 52371832 Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift 1 1 All units All units ¼ ton [250 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1-½ ton [1500 kg] 2 ton [2000 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 5 ton [5000 kg] 7 ½ ton [7500 kg] 10 ton [10000 kg] ¼ ton [250 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1-½ ton [1500 kg] 2 ton [2000 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 5 ton [5000 kg] 7 ½ ton [7500 kg] 10 ton [10000 kg] 52292623 52316995 52308649 52308650 52308651 52308652 52308653 52308654 52308655 52307038 52307040 52308671 52308672 52308673 52308674 52308675 52308676 52308677 52307274 52307274 Specify lift Specify lift 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 1 1 19/20 This document and the information contained herein. Inc. Inc.4 x 12 Grade 80 SS Load chain .1 x 21 Grade 80 SS Load chain – 8 x 24 Grade 80 SS Load chain – 10 x 28 Grade 80 Pawl spring Pawl Hand chain – 5 x 23.1 x 21 Grade 80 Load chain – 8 x 24 Grade 80 Load chain – 10 x 28 Grade 80 Load chain – 9 x 27 Grade 80 Load chain – 9 x 27 Grade 80 Load chain – 9 x 27 Grade 80 SS Load chain .. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling.11 Item 15 15 15 15 15 16 17 18 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 21 22 23 23 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 33 34 35 Gear cover Gear cover Gear cover Gear cover Gear cover Nameplate Chain end frame Stripper Guide roller Description Capacity 2 ton [2000 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 5 ton [5000 kg] 7 ½ ton [7500kg] 10 ton [10000kg] Part Number 52308720 52308721 52308665 52308665 52308665 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Quantity Load chain .RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02.6 x 18 Grade 80 SS Load chain – 7. Inc.5 x 15 Grade 80 SS Load chain . confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.5 x 15 Grade 80 Load chain .11.7 SS Hand chain – 5 x 23. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.6 x 18 Grade 80 Load chain – 7. disclosed to third parties. and represents a non-public. All rights reserved. . altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.4 x 12 Grade 80 Load chain .

11. 20/20 This document and the information contained herein. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. . and represents a non-public.RM SERIES II I&M MANUAL/EN/02. All rights reserved.11 Item 36 37 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 90 91 92 93 - Description Load chain wheel for bottom block for 2 fall units Bottom block assembly for 2 fall units Load hook with bottom block Load hook with bottom block Load hook with bottom block Load hook with bottom block Load hook with bottom block Load hook with bottom block Load hook with bottom block Load hook with bottom block Load hook with bottom block Lock nut Split pin Castle nut Screw Spring washer Circlip for shaft Circlip for hole Lock nut Screw Circlip for shaft Lock nut Rivet Split pin Pin shaft Lock nut Bolt Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Body plus load block (without chains) Body plus load block (without chains) Body plus load block (without chains) Body plus load block (without chains) Body plus load block (without chains) Body plus load block (without chains) Body plus load block (without chains) Body plus load block (without chains) Body plus load block (without chains) Capacity Part Number 1 1 Quantity ¼ ton [250 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1-½ ton [1500 kg] 2 ton [2000 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 5 ton [5000 kg] 7 ½ ton [7500 kg] 10 ton [10000 kg] 52308640 52308641 52308642 52308643 52308645 52308646 52308647 52307033 52307036 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ¼ ton [250 kg] ½ ton [500 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1-½ ton [1500 kg] 2 ton [2000 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 5 ton [5000 kg] 7 ½ ton [7500 kg] 10 ton [10000 kg] 52308350 52308354 52308357 52308360 52308363 52308366 52308369 52324122 52324123 NOTE: Items without part numbers are non-stocked replacement parts. Inc. Inc. Copyright © (2011) R&M Materials Handling. disclosed to third parties.. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.

Inc.OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL 1/4 TON TO 3 TON CAPACITY RL MANUAL LEVER PULLER English STD-R-KHA-F-CQD-ENG This document and the information contained herein. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. All rights reserved. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. .. and represents a non-public. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. disclosed to third parties. Inc.

Copies of this publication are available from the Society at United Engineering Center.328-5162 Website: www.09 m m CAUTION: Read the instructions supplied with the product before installation and commissioning. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. disclosed to third parties. Also. NY 10017. and maintenance personnel read this bulletin carefully in order to ensure the safe and efficient use of the equipment.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06. OH 45502 General Telephone: Toll Free Telephone (US): 937 .rmhoist. 4501 Gateway Boulevard Springfield.325-5319 800 . Before proceeding with the operation or maintenance of the equipment it is important that the operating.com 2/18 This document and the information contained herein. contact the manufacturer or distributor of the equipment before attempting to install or use the manual lever puller. INC. Inc.17. read and follow the Safety Standard ASME B30. New York. CAUTION: Keep the instructions in a safe place for future reference. and represents a non-public. and servicing of this hoist. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. it is strongly recommended that the personnel responsible for the operation. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Fax (other): 937 . 345 East 47th St. Inc. This standard covers Manually Lever Operated Hoists as promulgated by the American National Standards Institute and is published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers... . R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.955-5162 937 .21-1999 (or current revised edition).328-5100 800 . Inc.955-9967 General Fax: Parts Department Fax (US): Parts Dept. If any instructions are unclear. inspection. All rights reserved.

Proper use is important to the ultimate performance of this equipment. equipment. dependable operation. By following these suggestions you will encounter less difficulty collecting your claim. Correct shipping destination.. Inc. Inc. In the event of concealed loss or damage. each repair parts order must contain the following information: 1. Upon receipt of shipment caution should be exercised so that there is no loss or damage. Equipment serial number 2. To ensure prompt service. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. a copy of which is available at www. The serial number of your equipment is on the nameplate affixed to the equipment. operation and maintenance of the equipment you have purchased. . disclosed to third parties. Information in this manual is subject to change without notice. refuse to accept the shipment until the carrier makes the proper notation to that effect. notify the carrier immediately. Capacity 3. Careful study of and adherence to the instructions will help ensure safe. INC. Inc. Description 6. Quantity 5. Claims for Damage in Shipment All shipments are carefully inspected and are delivered to the carrier in good order. If damage has occurred.rmhoist.17. Warranty All sales are subject to the R&M Materials Handling. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. and represents a non-public. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Inc.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06. Inc. customer service/sales representatives and the terms of which are incorporated as if fully rewritten herein. 3/18 This document and the information contained herein. How to Order Repair Parts Correctly The Spare Parts section of this manual covers replacement parts required for R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. we cannot be sure of sending you the correct parts. All rights reserved. Without this serial number. so always mention the serial number for prompt service. Reference number from applicable bulletin or spare parts identification sheet 4. It is also recommended that you keep this manual readily accessible to operators as well as maintenance and safety personnel. Minimum Charges All orders for repair parts are subject to a minimum charge.09 FOREWORD This manual has been prepared to acquaint you of the procedures necessary for the installation. Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale (Revision 101707).com or upon request from R&M Materials Handling.

.........................1..............2 3/4 ton [750 kg] and higher capacity units ...... 8 3...... disclosed to third parties...2 Transport / Storage ...........................2................. 7 3........ .........................................................................................................................1......................... 6 1...................................................................................................... 7 3........................................................................................................................................1................................................................................................................................1................................................................................................. 6 SAFE OPERATING PRACTICES – DO’S AND DON'TS ..09 Table of contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 GENERAL .1 DO’S: .....................RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06..................................................................... 13 5................. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.............................................. 5 1...............2 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing ...................................................... 6 PACKAGING ...................... 16 4/18 This document and the information contained herein........... 11 4... 14 6....2 Load Chain Installation .............................................................. 8 INSPECTIONS ................ 12 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE .........................................2 Hook Inspection . 9 4..........................4 Operating Practices .............................................................................................................. and represents a non-public................................................1 Transport / Storage ............................ All rights reserved............................. 9 4...... 13 SPARE PARTS .. 6 1.................. 9 4..........................3 Operating Procedures........................................................................................................................... is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling...2..................................1 Load Chain Inspection ..................................................................17........................................................................................................................................................................................ Inc..................................1 General ...............................................................3 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing ............................................................................................................................ 7 3...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 3..............................................1 ¼ ton [250 kg] capacity unit ............................. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling...................................................................3 During Use ... 10 4.........................1 Load Chain Technical Specification ......................................................................4 During Use .......................................1 Maintenance Schedule ............................................................................ 8 3.1....................................................................... 7 3............................................................................. 7 3........5 Handling the Load. 5 1..............................................................2...............................................1......................................3 Hook Certificate .........................................1 Description ............................................................................................................ 7 3.......................................................... 5 1. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling...............................................2 Start-up ...................................................................................... Inc....................................................... 14 6........................................................................................2 DON’TS: ...................................................... Inc.......................

Operating unit when it is restricted from forming a straight line with the direction of loading. Operating unit with twisted.. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. oil the chain generously along the entire length. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. 7. Limit loads to half of the nominal load capacity during periods of extreme cold weather where the ambient temperature is less than 5°F [-15 ° C]. 5. 4. carry out several raising and lowering operations using the entire length of the load chain. carry out several raising and lowering operations using the entire length of the load chain. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.17. Inc. carry out the following start-up procedures: • Read the attached WARNING tag or other legends affixed to the unit that includes cautionary language AGAINST: 1. With load.1 Description Figure 1. Inc. untwist the load chain before using. kinked. 6. Make sure that the load chain is not twisted or kinked. Operating damaged or malfunctioning unit. 1. Inc. 2. disclosed to third parties.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06. and represents a non-public. If so. Lifting people or loads over people. Removing or obscuring warning information. With a brush. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.09 1 GENERAL Check that the equipment furnished corresponds with the details on the packing slip attached to the packaging. . Without load. All rights reserved. Main Hoist Components Operating Control Lever Serial number and capacity label Lever Handle Load Hook 1. • • • • • 5/18 This document and the information contained herein.2 Start-up Before operating the new unit. or damaged chain. 3. Grease the swivel joints of the hooks. Lifting or pulling more than rated load. Operating unit with a lever extender.

• • • • • 1. The operator shall familiarize himself with the operation of the equipment and its proper care. All rights reserved. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. which will divert his attention while operating the equipment. Load is not caught on any obstructions. and represents a non-public. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Hoists shall be used only in locations that will allow the operator to be free of the load. Slings or other approved apparatus shall be seated properly in the saddle of the hook. chain and unit body are directly inline with the direction of loading to avoid side pull. The operator shall not attempt to use free-chaining feature with any load on the unit. it recommended that the following operating practices (taken in part from American National Standards ASME HST-3M) be adhered to when using a lever-operated puller. disclosed to third parties. • • The supporting structure or anchoring means shall have a load rating at least equal to that of the hoist. 3. Clearance is available to avoid personal injury or property damage.5 • • • • • • • Handling the Load The rated load shall not be exceeded. the operator must be certain that 1.3 Operating Procedures The control functions (UP-NEUTRAL-DOWN) are clearly identified on the unit. the unit must be removed from service and not used until corrections are made. . Inc. Hook safety latch shall be closed before operating the unit. A load shall not be applied with the control function in the neutral position. Hooks shall not be tip loaded Before lifting or pulling. 6/18 This document and the information contained herein. • • 2 PACKAGING The various models are delivered assembled and packed in cardboard boxes. Inc.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06. Inc. kinked and is properly seated in the load wheel. The unit has a free-chaining (wheeling) capability. If adjustments are necessary or damage is known. Do not leave a loaded lever puller unattended at any time.4 Operating Practices In addition to the Safe Operating Practices – Dos and Don’ts.09 1. The load shall be attached to the load hook or attached by means of slings or other approved apparatus. Free-chaining capability is activated when the operating control lever is in the neutral position. The load chain shall not be wrapped around the load.17. The operator shall make sure that all people in the area are clear of the load. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. Unit shall not be operated until the load block. which allows the operator to adjust the load hook position when the unit is not under load. The unit shall always be operated by hand power only and never operated with an extension on the lever. 1. The operator shall not engage in any activity. 2.. Load chain is not twisted. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.

). pulley blocks. Be aware of and observe the safety rules while operating the equipment.2 Transport / Storage Handle the equipment by its structure either using the fittings provided for this purpose or in its original packaging.). the chain. Inc. Avoid swinging the load or load hook when traveling. Keep the manual near the equipment and readily available to the operator and the maintenance and safety personnel at all times. and represents a non-public. Take up slack slowly. Regularly check the condition of the chain and hooks (joints. Pay particular attention to hooks.1. Check that the chain is not twisted or damaged in any way.) in accordance with the instruction manual.). Periodically check tightness of bolts and mounting hardware.4 During Use • Before lifting ensure that the load is adequately attached to the hook. Balance the load properly before handling. Inform maintenance personnel following any dangerous or unsafe operation of the equipment (strange noise. instructions. use appropriate accessories (slings. Replace any worn or suspect parts. etc. The hook safety latch must be properly closed. the end stops. Regularly clean and protect from corrosion (oil. evacuation of work areas. Establish an inspection program and maintain records of all maintenance carried out. disclosed to third parties. Avoid lifting the load from a single point. Store the equipment in a non-aggressive environment away from sources of dust or dampness etc. etc. Carefully follow the installation instructions provided in the equipment's instruction manual. the brake. • • • • • • • 7/18 This document and the information contained herein. the parts concerned must be replaced. etc.3 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing • • • • • • • • • • • • Only trained and competent personnel may install and operate equipment. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.. .1 SAFE OPERATING PRACTICES – DO’S AND DON'TS DO’S: 3.1. 3.1. Make sure load clears neighboring stockpiles. Ensure that safety regulations are complied with (safety harness. Inc. abnormal behavior. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Verify the strength of the structure to which the equipment is to be attached. Operate the equipment in normal environmental conditions. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Only use "original parts" when repairing or maintaining. Oil the chain regularly under no-load conditions. end stop. Avoid hook tip loading. Keep the chain clean of debris and properly lubricated. Balance the load before moving it. etc. etc. Equipment used outside should be adequately protected against the weather. 3. etc.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06.09 3 3. machinery or other obstructions when moving the load. All rights reserved.17.). warning signs. etc.). Verify that all safety items are in good working order (brake. warning information.1 General Read the manual carefully and always follow the recommendations. 3. swivels.1. and make all people who will operate the equipment aware of these. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. cross struts. Inc. If any distortion or abnormal wear is observed.

2. Do not constantly use the end stops as a means of stopping. bent. Do not touch any inappropriate moving parts. 3. Never pull the load sideways. Do not use spare parts of unknown or doubtful origin. Do not use the safety devices as a means of measuring loaded weight. to pass over the heads of people below. Never remove the safety latches. Inc. Never attempt to move a load greater than the capacity indicated on the equipment. .2 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing • • • Never modify the equipment without the authorization of the manufacturer. Never use the equipment to transport people. Do not shock load the equipment. Do not use the equipment for a purpose or in a situation for which it is not designed. Never use the equipment if it is in an unsatisfactory condition (worn.2.17. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.2 DON’TS: 3. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. 3. Inc. All rights reserved.).). Never twist the lifting chain (risk of pulley block turning over. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Never attach a sling on the point of the hook (risk of hook being damaged and load falling). whether it is loaded or not.09 3. Do not leave a load suspended unattended. • 8/18 This document and the information contained herein. etc.2. Never use the hook in a slanting position. Do not jerk the load as this causes deterioration of the equipment. Never intentionally allow the load to tip over.1 Transport / Storage Do not put the equipment on anything without suitable support otherwise parts on the underside may become damaged. Inc. and represents a non-public. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Never use the equipment as a ground for welding. always center equipment over the load before moving it. Never override limiting or safety equipment. etc. Never use the lifting chain as a sling. Never modify the values and adjustments of the safety devices beyond the ranges specified in the instruction manual or without the manufacturer’s approval.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06. Remember that accidental impacts or snagging of the load being handled with surrounding objects may provoke an overload of the equipment.. disclosed to third parties.3 During Use • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Do not allow the hook.

Measure the load chain over 5 links + 2 diameters as shown below in the Load Chain Technical Specification section. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.693 (+0.74/0.73 3 Ton 3000 kg 10x30 80 T 900 DIN 5684 3000 147 10% 170 (+0. Inc.1.0. Never use the equipment if any of its links are cracked or deformed. Load Chain Technical Specifications Capacity Chain diameter x pitch Grade Class Minimum breaking strain (N/mm2) Standard Safe load limit on 1 fall (kg) Breaking load (kN) Min.16) 4. .52 9/18 This document and the information contained herein.677 (+0/-0.016 2.1 x 21 80 T 900 DIN 5684 1500 63. Inc. total elongation over 7 links Dimension over 5 links + 2 diameters (mm) / (inch) Weight (kg) per meter Weight (lb) per foot ¼ Ton 250 kg 4 x 12 80 T 900 DIN 5684 250 32.1 Load Chain Technical Specification Table 1.78 0.8 10% ¾ Ton 750 kg 6 x 18 80 T 900 DIN 5684 750 49 10% 1 ½ Ton 1500 kg 7.0291/0.37) 6.6) 68 (+0/-0.2 (+0/. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. 4.. and represents a non-public.0236) 0.16 0.5 10% 119.0146) 2.006) (+0/0.17.09 0.235 0.8) 4.17 1. disclosed to third parties. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Replace the unit if the link wear exceeds 10 %. Compare the measurement with the appropriate value of the Dimension over 5 links + 2 diameters for a new load chain.0315) 1.1 INSPECTIONS Load Chain Inspection Check the condition of the load chain regularly. All rights reserved. Inc. Link wear must not exceed 10 % of the specified diameter of the load chain. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.09 4 4.693 (+0/0.46 102 (+0/-0.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06.

Inc.17.1. All rights reserved. Inc. 4. Release the control lever. Engage the control lever. Pull the wire to bring the chain in contact with the load wheel while checking the position of the vertical links. Reinstall the end stop ring. and represents a non-public. Inc. Figure 2.2 Load Chain Installation 1. 3. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.09 4. 7.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06. Regulate the chain tension. disclosed to third parties. 6. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Adjust the chain. Take a flexible wire of about 20 inches (50 cm) in length and insert it over the lifting head axle until it comes out on the other side. 8. (See figure) 5. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. The link weld must be on the inside. Link Weld Orientation Link Weld Load Wheel 10/18 This document and the information contained herein. . Hook the chain onto the end of the wire on the load side. 2.

disclosed to third parties. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. or if the throat opening has more than 10-degree twist from the plane of the unbent hook. Figure 3. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.2 Hook Inspection Check the hooks for deformation or cracks. Inc. Measuring Hook Deformation Due to many types and sizes of hooks that can be furnished and specified by the user. it is recommended that the user measure the actual throat opening of the hook as originally furnished and record it on the above sketch and retain for a permanent record. Inc. The hooks must be replaced if the throat opening has increased by more than 15%. Other load bearing components shall be checked for damage. All rights reserved. Note: Any hook that is twisted or has a throat opening in excess of normal indicates abuse or overloading of the unit.. and represents a non-public.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. 11/18 This document and the information contained herein. . This record can then be used for determining when the hook must be replaced due to deformation or excessive throat opening.17.09 4. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. m CAUTION: Repairing hooks by welding or reshaping is strictly forbidden. Safety latches shall be replaced if bent or broken to the extent that they no longer provide proper closure of the throat opening of the hook.

5] 1.5] 1.043 [26.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06.858 [21.728 [18.102 [28] 1. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.5] in [mm] 0. .240 [31.102 [28] Figure 4.575 [40] in [mm] 0.575 [40] 2.3 Hook Certificate Table 2.6] 0.720 [43. Inc. capacity Ton 13S 19S 21S 24S kg Load test Minimum breaking load lbs [kg] 2204 [1000] 8818 [4000] 13228 [6000] 26456 [12000] D O B Hh Lh Hv Lv lbs [kg] 1102 ¼ 250 [500] 4409 3/4 750 [2000] 6614 1 1/2 1500 [3000] 13228 3 3000 [6000] in [mm] 1.5] in [mm] 0. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.09 4.9] 0.835 [21.5] 1.929 [23.181 [30] 1.673 [42.. Inc.319 [33.476 [12.240 [31.043 [26.5] 1.6] 1.028 [51.787 [20] 1.429 [10. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Hook Dimensions 12/18 This document and the information contained herein. Inc. disclosed to third parties.7] in [mm] 0. Hook Dimensions Hook Load I.5] 0.5] 1.968 [50] in [mm] 0.957 [24.5] in [mm] 0.476 [37.1] 0.319 [33.5] 1. and represents a non-public.3] 1.17. All rights reserved.811 [20.669 [17] 0.2] 1.D.5] 1.319 [33.669 [17] 1.8] 1. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.

1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE Maintenance Schedule The maintenance and inspection intervals are based on normal duty under normal environmental conditions (free from excessive dust. Inc. maintenance and inspection intervals should be shortened and more frequent.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06.17. disclosed to third parties. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. . and represents a non-public. All rights reserved. and corrosive fumes). Inc. Maintenance Schedule Interval 1 month Type of Check Visual examination Inspection / Maintenance Check the external condition of the unit Check the condition of the mechanism Check the condition of the load chain and the attachments Check the condition of the hooks Check the condition of the hook safety latch Check the condition of accessories Clean the dust from the equipment Check the greasing: Lubricate the load chain with a brush (oil grade SAE 80) Use oil to lubricate the heads of the hooks Check the operation of the brake Check the condition of the load wheel Inspect the load chain for wear or distortion Inspect the hooks for wear or distortion Open the gear cover and grease the gears 6 month In-depth examination 12 month Maintenance Note: Always keep the chain clean and free of debris. If duty is heavier or environment more severe. Inc. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. drain and re-oil. Clean as necessary with paraffin or diesel. Do not clean the chain with thinners or degreasing agents under any circumstances.09 5 5. 13/18 This document and the information contained herein. Table 3. moisture..

. . altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. Inc. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. and represents a non-public. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. disclosed to third parties. Spare Parts Diagram 14/18 This document and the information contained herein.09 6 6.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06.17. All rights reserved.1 SPARE PARTS ¼ ton [250 kg] capacity unit Figure 5. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. Inc.

altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. disclosed to third parties. All rights reserved. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. Inc.17. Inc. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. 15/18 This document and the information contained herein.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06.. . confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. and represents a non-public.09 Table 4. Spare Parts List Item 1 5 7 8 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 36 37 38 39 Description Cover Side Plate A Load shaft Guide plate Stripper Side plate B Pawl spring Pawl Disk hub Free spring Friction disk Ratchet disk Brake cover Change over gear Selector shaft Change over pawl Spring shaft Change over spring Selector lever Name plate Hand wheel Indicator cap Retainer wire Bushing Bushing Special pin Stay bolt A Stay bolt B Part Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 Item 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 50 51 54 55 60 61 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 75 76 77 78 79 Description Washer Lever handle assembly A Lever handle assembly B Spring seat Handle rubber grip Top hook assembly Double spring Safety latch Top pin Load hook assembly Chain pin Chain ring Load chain 4 x 12 Hexagon nut M6 Spring washer 6 Screw M6×20 Spring washer 6 Spring pin 2×12 Rivet 2×5 Spring washer 4 Screw M4×10 Castle nut M8 Split pin 2×16 Prevailing torque type nut M3 Screw M3×18 Prevailing torque type nut M5 Spring washer 5 Hexagon nut M5 Part Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 / hook 1 / hook 1 1 1 1 Specify lift 5 5 2 2 1 2 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 52291854 52308671 52291849 52288022 Note: Items without part numbers are non-stocked replacement parts.

Inc. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.17. Inc. and represents a non-public.09 6. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. All rights reserved..2 3/4 ton [750 kg] and higher capacity units Figure 6. . Inc.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06. disclosed to third parties. Spare Parts Diagram 16/18 This document and the information contained herein.

altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. 17/18 This document and the information contained herein. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. and represents a non-public. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.RL I&M MANUAL/EN/06.5×20 Prevailing torque type nut M3 Screw M3×18 Prevailing torque type nut M8 Description Qty 1 1 1/ hook 1/ hook 1/ hook 1/ hook 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 8 1 2 3 3 1 6 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 Note: Items without part numbers are non-stocked replacement parts..17. .5×6 Spring washer 5 Screw M5×10 Castle nut M10 Split pin 2. Inc. Spare Parts List Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 45 Part Qt Number y Gear case assembly 1 Driven shaft assembly 2 Drive shaft 1 Splined gear 1 Side Plate assembly A 1 Bushing 2 Load sheave 1 Guide plate 1 Chain leader A 1 Stripper 1 Chain leader B 1 Side plate assembly B 1 Pawl spring 2 Pawl 2 Disk hub 1 Free spring 1 Friction disk 2 Ratchet disk 1 Brake cover assembly 1 Change over gear 1 Selector shaft 1 Change over pawl 1 Spring shaft 1 Change over spring 1 Lever handle assembly 1 Selector lever 1 Name plate 1 Hand wheel 1 Indicator cap 1 Retainer wire 1 Top hook assembly ¾ ton [750 52291855 1 kg] Description Item 45 45 46 47 47 47 48 50 50 50 51 54 55 55 55 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 75 76 77 Part Number Top hook assembly 1 1/2 ton 1500 kg] 52291857 Top hook assembly 3 ton [3000 kg] 52291858 Double spring Safety latch ¾ ton [750 kg] 52308673 Safety latch 1 1/2 ton [1500 kg] 52308674 Safety latch 3 ton [3000 kg] 52308676 Top pin Load hook assembly 52291851 Load hook assembly 52291697 Load hook assembly 52291853 Chain pin Chain ring Load chain 6 x 18 900545 52288023 Load chain 7. disclosed to third parties. All rights reserved.1 x 21 52288024 Load chain 10 x 30 Hexagon nut M8 Spring washer 8 Snap ring 26 Snap ring 8 Screw M6×10 Spring washer 6 Spring pin 2. Inc.09 Table 5.5×18 Rivet 2.

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confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. . .OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL ¾ TON TO 6 TON CAPACITY RLP PREMIUM MANUAL LEVER PULLER 3/4 English STD-R-KHA-F-CQD-ENG This document and the information contained herein. INC. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. disclosed to third parties. INC. All rights reserved. and represents a non-public. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. INC.

and maintenance personnel read this bulletin carefully in order to ensure the safe and efficient use of the equipment. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. read and follow the Safety Standard ASME B30. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. it is strongly recommended that the personnel responsible for the operation. New York. Copies of this publication are available from the Society at United Engineering Center. INC. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.955-9967 General Fax: Parts Department Fax (US): Parts Dept.rmhoist.10 m m CAUTION: Read the instructions supplied with the product before installation and commissioning. contact the manufacturer or distributor of the equipment before attempting to install or use the manual lever puller. All rights reserved.21-1999 (or current revised edition). OH 45502 General Telephone: Toll Free Telephone (US): 937 .20. CAUTION: Keep the instructions in a safe place for future reference. .RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. Fax (other): 937 .com 2/18 This document and the information contained herein. disclosed to third parties.. NY 10017. INC. INC. This standard covers Manually Lever Operated Hoists as promulgated by the American National Standards Institute and is published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.325-5319 800 .328-5162 Website: www. and servicing of this hoist. INC.328-5100 800 . inspection. 4501 Gateway Boulevard Springfield.955-5162 937 . If any instructions are unclear. Also. 345 East 47th St. Before proceeding with the operation or maintenance of the equipment it is important that the operating. and represents a non-public. R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. .

disclosed to third parties. operation and maintenance of the equipment you have purchased. It is also recommended that you keep this manual readily accessible to operators as well as maintenance and safety personnel. Proper use is important to the ultimate performance of this equipment. To ensure prompt service. customer service/sales representatives and the terms of which are incorporated as if fully rewritten herein.20. Minimum Charges All orders for repair parts are subject to a minimum charge. Equipment serial number 2. we cannot be sure of sending you the correct parts.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. INC. If damage has occurred. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. Information in this manual is subject to change without notice. a copy of which is available at www. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. . By following these suggestions you will encounter less difficulty collecting your claim. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Reference number from applicable bulletin or spare parts identification sheet 4. Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale (Revision 101707). and represents a non-public. INC. In the event of concealed loss or damage. notify the carrier immediately. Claims for Damage in Shipment All shipments are carefully inspected and are delivered to the carrier in good order. .rmhoist. Correct shipping destination. Warranty All sales are subject to the R&M Materials Handling. Careful study of and adherence to the instructions will help ensure safe. INC.10 FOREWORD This manual has been prepared to acquaint you of the procedures necessary for the installation. The serial number of your equipment is on the nameplate affixed to the equipment. equipment.com or upon request from R&M Materials Handling. Inc. dependable operation. All rights reserved. Inc. 3/18 This document and the information contained herein. refuse to accept the shipment until the carrier makes the proper notation to that effect. Description 6. Without this serial number. INC. How to Order Repair Parts Correctly The Spare Parts section of this manual covers replacement parts required for R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. each repair parts order must contain the following information: 1. Capacity 3. so always mention the serial number for prompt service. Quantity 5. Upon receipt of shipment caution should be exercised so that there is no loss or damage.

........................................................... 15 4/18 This document and the information contained herein........... 6 SAFE OPERATING PRACTICES – DO’S AND DON'TS ..................................................................................................... 7 3..................................................................... 8 3................................................ 8 3......................................................................... 7 3............................................................. 7 3.................. 5 1....................................... 12 4.................................................................................................1.................................3 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing ................................................................................................................3 During Use ...... 5 1...4 During Use ......................... 11 4. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.............. disclosed to third parties.. ..................................................................................................................................................... 7 3..... 14 5..................................................................2 Transport / Storage ...................... INC....................... 8 3...................................................................2 Load Chain Installation ...1....................................................................................................... .5 Handling the Load ..............................1 DO’S: ..........2 DON’TS:.......................................3 Hook Certificate ..........................................1.................... INC..............................1 Load Chain Technical Specification .......20................................. 7 3.......................................................................................4 Replacement Criteria for Brakes .................................................1.................................................................................1................ 9 4...................................................................................................................4 Operating Practices ..........................................................................2...... 14 SPARE PARTS ....RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07................................................................................................................................. 13 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE .................................. 6 PACKAGING ......................................................... confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced............................................1 Description .............................................................................. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.......................................... 5 1.......... 5 1..............................................................1 General ................................................ INC.... is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING...... 10 4.................................................................................................................... 9 4...........................................1..................................................................... All rights reserved..........1 Load Chain Inspection .................................1 Maintenance Schedule ..............................................10 Table of contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 GENERAL ........ and represents a non-public................................................... 7 3................................................................................................................................................................2......................1 Transport / Storage ...... 6 1.................................................2 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing ...........................................2 Start-up Check Points ....................................................................................................................................................................................2.................................. 9 4............................................2 Hook Inspection .. 8 INSPECTIONS .................3 Operating Procedures ...................

INC. which allows the operator to adjust the load hook position when the unit is not under load. INC. 5/18 This document and the information contained herein. Without load. carry out the following start-up procedures: • Read the attached WARNING tag or other legends affixed to the unit that includes cautionary language AGAINST: 1. 2. Grease the swivel joints of the hooks. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. Main Hoist Components Operating Control Lever Serial number and capacity Load hook Lever / Handle 1. If so.10 1 GENERAL Check that the equipment furnished corresponds with the details on the packing slip attached to the packaging. Limit loads to half of the nominal load capacity during periods of extreme cold weather where the ambient temperature is less than 5°F [-15 ° C]. Operating damaged or malfunctioning unit. Operating unit with a lever extender. carry out several raising and lowering operations using the entire length of the load chain. Operating unit with twisted.20. or damaged chain. Lifting people or loads over people. untwist the load chain before using. and represents a non-public. . 7. 4. With load. All rights reserved. 3. The unit has a free-chaining (wheeling) capability. INC. carry out several raising and lowering operations using the entire length of the load chain. kinked. Removing or obscuring warning information.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. 6. Lifting or pulling more than rated load. Free-chaining capability is activated when the operating control lever is in the neutral position. Make sure that the load chain is not twisted or kinked. Operating unit when it is restricted from forming a straight line with the direction of loading.2 Start-up Check Points Before operating the new unit. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. 1. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. oil the chain generously along the entire length.1 Description Figure 1. 5. With a brush. . altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.3 Operating Procedures The control functions (UP-NEUTRAL-DOWN) are clearly identified on the unit. • • • • • 1. disclosed to third parties.

Hook safety latch shall be closed before operating the unit. .5 • • • • • • • Handling the Load The rated load shall not be exceeded. INC. The load chain shall not be wrapped around the load. A load shall not be applied with the control function in the neutral position. • • 2 PACKAGING The various models are delivered assembled and packed in cardboard boxes. The operator shall not engage in any activity. chain and unit body are directly inline with the direction of loading to avoid side pull. it recommended that the following operating practices (taken in part from American National Standards ASME HST-3M) be adhered to when using a lever-operated puller. which will divert his attention while operating the equipment. The operator shall not attempt to use free-chaining feature with any load on the unit. • • The supporting structure or anchoring means shall have a load rating at least equal to that of the hoist. the unit must be removed from service and not used until corrections are made. and represents a non-public. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Do not leave a loaded lever puller unattended at any time. The load shall be attached to the load hook or attached by means of slings or other approved apparatus. .RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. disclosed to third parties. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. Load is not caught on any obstructions. 3. • • • • • 1. 6/18 This document and the information contained herein. The operator shall make sure that all people in the area are clear of the load. The operator shall familiarize himself with the operation of the equipment and its proper care. the operator must be certain that 1. The unit shall always be operated by hand power only and never operated with an extension on the lever. INC. Hoists shall be used only in locations that will allow the operator to be free of the load. Load chain is not twisted. All rights reserved. INC. If adjustments are necessary or damage is known. Hooks shall not be tip loaded Before lifting or pulling.10 1. 2.20. Unit shall not be operated until the load block.4 Operating Practices In addition to the Safe Operating Practices – Dos and Don’ts. Clearance is available to avoid personal injury or property damage. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. Slings or other approved apparatus shall be seated properly in the saddle of the hook. kinked and is properly seated in the load wheel.

Verify that all safety items are in good working order (brake. machinery or other obstructions when moving the load.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. the chain. swivels.1. etc. warning signs. etc. Ensure that safety regulations are complied with (safety harness. etc. Inform maintenance personnel following any dangerous or unsafe operation of the equipment (strange noise. Replace any worn or suspect parts. and make all people who will operate the equipment aware of these.1 General Read the manual carefully and always follow the recommendations. . Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. the brake. Oil the chain regularly under no-load conditions.2 Transport / Storage Handle the equipment by its structure either using the fittings provided for this purpose or in its original packaging.). cross struts. use appropriate accessories (slings.). Carefully follow the installation instructions provided in the equipment's instruction manual. Avoid lifting the load from a single point.1.4 During Use • Before lifting ensure that the load is adequately attached to the hook. • • • • • • • 7/18 This document and the information contained herein. INC. pulley blocks. The hook safety latch must be properly closed. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. the parts concerned must be replaced. Verify the strength of the structure to which the equipment is to be attached. Check that the chain is not twisted or damaged in any way. Balance the load properly before handling. Equipment used outside should be adequately protected against the weather.). etc.). All rights reserved.1. etc. If any distortion or abnormal wear is observed. Avoid hook tip loading. Store the equipment in a non-aggressive environment away from sources of dust or dampness etc. Keep the manual near the equipment and readily available to the operator and the maintenance and safety personnel at all times. 3. etc. INC. Only use "original parts" when repairing or maintaining. Regularly clean and protect from corrosion (oil. Periodically check tightness of bolts and mounting hardware. instructions. end stop.1.20. Regularly check the condition of the chain and hooks (joints.1 SAFE OPERATING PRACTICES – DO’S AND DON'TS DO’S: 3.). the end stops. Be aware of and observe the safety rules while operating the equipment. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. and represents a non-public. etc. Pay particular attention to hooks. 3. INC. warning information. Balance the load before moving it. Keep the chain clean of debris and properly lubricated. evacuation of work areas.3 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing • • • • • • • • • • • • Only trained and competent personnel may install and operate equipment. Establish an inspection program and maintain records of all maintenance carried out. Avoid swinging the load or load hook when traveling. 3.) in accordance with the instruction manual. Operate the equipment in normal environmental conditions. abnormal behavior. . Take up slack slowly. disclosed to third parties. Make sure load clears neighboring stockpiles.10 3 3.

Do not constantly use the end stops as a means of stopping. Never attempt to move a load greater than the capacity indicated on the equipment. etc. bent. Never use the equipment as a ground for welding. All rights reserved. Never use the equipment to transport people. . INC. Never use the equipment if it is in an unsatisfactory condition (worn. • 8/18 This document and the information contained herein.2. Never override limiting or safety equipment.20. disclosed to third parties. Do not shock load the equipment. Never intentionally allow the load to tip over. Never modify the values and adjustments of the safety devices beyond the ranges specified in the instruction manual or without the manufacturer’s approval. etc.2. to pass over the heads of people below. Do not touch any inappropriate moving parts.). altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. 3. Never remove the safety latches. Never use the lifting chain as a sling. Do not use the equipment for a purpose or in a situation for which it is not designed. Do not use spare parts of unknown or doubtful origin.3 During Use • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Do not allow the hook.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. Never pull the load sideways. 3. Do not use the safety devices as a means of measuring loaded weight. Never twist the lifting chain (risk of pulley block turning over. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.10 3. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.). Remember that accidental impacts or snagging of the load being handled with surrounding objects may provoke an overload of the equipment. Never attach a sling on the point of the hook (risk of hook being damaged and load falling). INC.2 DON’TS: 3. whether it is loaded or not. and represents a non-public. always center equipment over the load before moving it. INC. Never use the hook in a slanting position.2 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing • • • Never modify the equipment without the authorization of the manufacturer.2.1 Transport / Storage Do not put the equipment on anything without suitable support otherwise parts on the underside may become damaged. Do not leave a load suspended unattended. Do not jerk the load as this causes deterioration of the equipment. .

45/.787 (+0/0.0197) 0.2 10% 119. INC. . altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.1 x 21 100 V 1000 DIN 5684 1500 79.3 10% 96. Link wear must not exceed 10 % of the specified diameter of the load chain. .73 3 Ton 3000 kg 6 Ton 6000 kg 9 x 27 100 V 1000 DIN 5684 3000 127 10% 153 (+0.1. disclosed to third parties.72 1.1 Load Chain Technical Specification Table 1.69 0.46 1 ½ Ton 1500 kg 7. Load Chain Technical Specifications Capacity Chain diameter x pitch Grade Class Minimum breaking strain (N/mm2) Standard Safe load limit on 1 fall (kg) Breaking load (kN) Min. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. Replace the unit if the link wear exceeds 10 %. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.0098) 1. total elongation over 7 links Dimension over 5 links + 2 diameters (mm) / (inch) Weight (kg) per meter Weight (lb) per foot 3/4 Ton 750 kg 5.2 (+0/-0.0.693 (+0/-00315) 1.8) 4. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.6 x 17 100 V 1000 DIN 5684 750 49.20.5) 3. INC.25) 6. Never use the equipment if any of its links are cracked or deformed.024 (+0.2 (+0/-0. Compare the measurement with the appropriate value of the Dimension over 5 links + 2 diameters for a new load chain.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. and represents a non-public.10 4 4.1 INSPECTIONS Load Chain Inspection Check the condition of the load chain regularly.0177/-0. INC. 4.09 0. All rights reserved.16 9/18 This document and the information contained herein. Measure the load chain over 5 links + 2 diameters as shown below in the Load Chain Technical Specification section.

Engage the control lever. Link Weld Orientation Link Weld Load Wheel 10/18 This document and the information contained herein. Take a flexible wire of about 20 inches (50 cm) in length and insert it over the lifting head axle until it comes out on the other side. 4. Figure 2.1.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. Reinstall the end stop ring. Release the control lever. (See figure) 5.10 4. 2. 8. Adjust the chain. disclosed to third parties. Pull the wire to bring the chain in contact with the load wheel while checking the position of the vertical links. .20. The link weld must be on the inside. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. 3. INC. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. INC. 6. Hook the chain onto the end of the wire on the load side.2 Load Chain Installation 1. . 7. and represents a non-public. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. All rights reserved. INC. Regulate the chain tension.

The hooks must be replaced if the throat opening has increased by more than 15%. and represents a non-public. . disclosed to third parties. Note: Any hook that is twisted or has a throat opening in excess of normal indicates abuse or overloading of the unit. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. or if the throat opening has more than 10-degree twist from the plane of the unbent hook. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. INC. m CAUTION: Repairing hooks by welding or reshaping is strictly forbidden. Figure 3. All rights reserved. INC. Safety latches shall be replaced if bent or broken to the extent that they no longer provide proper closure of the throat opening of the hook. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.10 4.20.2 Hook Inspection Check the hooks for deformation or cracks.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. This record can then be used for determining when the hook must be replaced due to deformation or excessive throat opening. INC. . Other load bearing components shall be checked for damage. 11/18 This document and the information contained herein. it is recommended that the user measure the actual throat opening of the hook as originally furnished and record it on the above sketch and retain for a permanent record. Measuring Hook Deformation Due to many types and sizes of hooks that can be furnished and specified by the user.

925 [23.378 [35] 1.811 [46] in [mm] 0.067 [52. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.26 [32] Figure 4. disclosed to third parties.5] in [mm] 0.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07.5] 0.5] 1.906 [23] 1.787 [20] 1.240 [31.063 [27] 1.378 [35] 1. and represents a non-public.047 [52] 2.5] 2.787 [20] 1. INC.063 [27] 1. INC.673 [42.5] 1. INC.571 [14.673 [42.362 [60] in [mm] 0. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Hook Dimensions Load Capacity Ton 3/4 kg 750 3307 [1500] 6614 1 1/2 1500 [3000] 13228 3 3000 [6000] 26456 6 6000 [12000] in [mm] 1.141 [29] 1.5] 0. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. Hook Dimensions 12/18 This document and the information contained herein.709 [18] 0.10 4.945 [24] 1.5] in [mm] 0.575 [40] 2.102 [28] 1.5] in [mm] 0.571 [14. .516 [38.181 [30] 1.063 [27] 1. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.3 Hook Certificate Load Test lbs [kg] Minimum Breaking Load lbs [kg] 6614 [3000] 13228 [6000] 26456 [12000] 52912 [24000] D O B Hh Lh Hv Lv Table 2.906 [23] 1. All rights reserved.26 [32] in [mm] 0. .20.

. INC. disclosed to third parties.71 mm) 0.71 mm) 0. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07.144 inches (3.146 inches (3.107 inches (2. INC.105 inches (2. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.21 mm) 0. Replacement Criteria for Brakes TON 3/4 1 1/2 36- - ITEM 52308974 52308975 52308976 52308977 THICKNESS AS NEW 0.66 mm) Figure 5. All rights reserved.126 inches (3.66 mm) REPLACE WHEN 0.20. Brake Measurement 13/18 This document and the information contained herein.66 mm) 0. and represents a non-public.10 4. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.66 mm) 0.4 Replacement Criteria for Brakes Table 3.144 inches (3. .105 inches (2. INC.21 mm) 0.166 inches (4. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.

and represents a non-public. Maintenance Schedule Interval 1 month Type of Check Visual examination Inspection / Maintenance Check the external condition of the unit Check the condition of the mechanism Check the condition of the load chain and the attachments Check the condition of the hooks Check the condition of the hook safety latch Check the condition of accessories Clean the dust from the equipment Check the greasing: Lubricate the load chain with a brush (oil grade SAE 80) Use oil to lubricate the heads of the hooks Check the operation of the brake Check the condition of the load wheel Inspect the load chain for wear or distortion Inspect the hooks for wear or distortion Open the gear cover and grease the gears 6 month In-depth examination 12 month Maintenance Note: Always keep the chain clean and free of debris. . INC. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. If duty is heavier or environment more severe. moisture. and corrosive fumes). Do not clean the chain with thinners or degreasing agents under any circumstances. disclosed to third parties. Table 4. 14/18 This document and the information contained herein. maintenance and inspection intervals should be shortened and more frequent. INC. .RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.20. drain and re-oil. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.10 5 5. Clean as necessary with paraffin or diesel. All rights reserved. INC.1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE Maintenance Schedule The maintenance and inspection intervals are based on normal duty under normal environmental conditions (free from excessive dust. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.

disclosed to third parties.10 6 SPARE PARTS Figure 6. INC. .RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. All rights reserved. and represents a non-public. . INC. INC. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.20. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. Spare Parts Diagrams 15/18 This document and the information contained herein.

Spare Parts List Item 1 2 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 16 16 16 16 17 17 17 17 18 18 18 Description Unit without chain (includes load block) Unit without chain (includes load block) Unit without chain (includes load block) Unit without chain (includes load block) Left Side Plate Sprocket Chain Guide Top Hook pin Top Hook pin Top Hook pin Top Hook pin Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Top hook assembly Right Side Plate Gear with splined center Drive pinion Pinion shaft and Disc gear Gear cover assembly Locking nut Chain stripper Brake seat Brake seat Brake seat Brake seat Pawl Spring Pawl Spring Pawl Spring Pawl Spring Pawl Pawl Pawl Pawl Bushing Bushing Bushing Bushing Friction disc Friction disc Friction disc Friction disc Ratchet Disc Ratchet Disc Ratchet Capacity of unit ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] Part Number 52308578 52308580 52308582 52308584 Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 16/18 This document and the information contained herein. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. INC. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. .20. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] 52308986 52313744 52308987 52308988 52308989 ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 52308991 52308992 52308993 52308994 52308999 52309000 52309001 52309002 52308995 52308996 52308997 52308998 52309003 52309004 52309005 52309006 52308974 52308975 52308976 52308977 52308978 52308979 52308980 . disclosed to third parties. INC.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. All rights reserved.10 Table 5. and represents a non-public. INC.

is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.10 Item 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 35 35 35 36 37 37 37 37 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 47 47 47 47 Description Ratchet Brake cover Spring Locking nut Handle cover assembly Changeover gear Changeover pawl Changeover spring Pawl Spring Handle sleeve Lever handle assembly Hex head screw Hand wheel Spring washer Screw Castle nut Split pin 5. INC. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.6 x 17 Grade 100 load chain 7. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. 17/18 This document and the information contained herein. INC.20. and represents a non-public. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. disclosed to third parties. All rights reserved. INC.1 x 21 Grade 100 load chain 9 x 27 Grade 100 load chain 9 x 27 Grade 100 load chain End chain ring Load hook Load hook Load hook Load hook Load hook Chain pin & Locking nut Bolt Hex head screw & nut Socket head bolt Load block side plate Sprocket shaft Pin Sprocket Hex head nut Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Hook safety latch Capacity of unit 6 ton [6000 kg] Part Number 52308981 Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift Specify lift 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 2 1 2 1 3 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 per hook 1 per hook ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] ¾ ton [750 kg] 1 ton [1000 kg] 1 ½ ton [1500 kg] 3 ton [3000 kg] 6 ton [6000 kg] 52308586 52308587 52309336 52309336 52308982 52313743 52308983 52308984 52308985 52309528 52309528 52309529 52309530 52309531 Note: Items without part numbers are non-stocked replacement parts.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. . .

and represents a non-public. disclosed to third parties. Copyright © (2010) R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. is the exclusive property of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING.10 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 18/18 This document and the information contained herein. .20. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. . altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M MATERIALS HANDLING. INC. INC. All rights reserved.RLP I&M MANUAL/EN/07. INC.

altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. All rights reserved. disclosed to third parties. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.INSTRUCTION MANUAL RPT PUSH TROLLEY / RPTC HAND-GEARED TROLLEY RPT / RPTC English STD-R-KHA-F-CQD-ENG This document and the information contained herein.. Inc. Inc. and represents a non-public. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. .

17. 2/10 This document and the information contained herein. and represents a non-public. Careful study of and adherence to the instructions will help ensure safe. It is also recommended that you keep this manual readily accessible to operators as well as maintenance and safety personnel. By following these suggestions you will encounter less difficulty collecting your claim.. All rights reserved. a copy of which is available at www. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. notify the carrier immediately. disclosed to third parties. Warranty All sales are subject to the R&M Materials Handling.RPT / RPTC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/06.com or upon request from R&M Materials Handling. . Proper installation is important to the ultimate performance of this equipment. In the event of concealed loss or damage. Inc. Inc. customer service/sales representatives and the terms of which are incorporated as if fully rewritten herein. Inc. refuse to accept the shipment until the carrier makes the proper notation to that effect.rmhoist.09 FOREWORD This manual has been prepared to acquaint you of the procedures necessary for the installation. operation. Upon receipt of shipment caution should be exercised so that there is no loss or damage. Inc. Information in this manual is subject to change without notice. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale (Revision 101707). altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. and maintenance of the equipment you have purchased. dependable operation. If damage has occurred. Claims for Damage in Shipment All shipments are carefully inspected and are delivered to the carrier in good order.

...................................................................1 Trolley Adjustment .................. 6 3............. Inc...................................................................................... altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling............................................ 9 3/10 This document and the information contained herein..................... disclosed to third parties................................ Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling...... Inc............. 5 2................2.... is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.............................................. 8 5................................................... 7 5.........2 Handling / Storage ................................. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced............. CAUTION: Keep the instructions in a safe place for future reference............................ 6 HANDLING & STORAGE ........................................................................................ Table of contents 3 4 5 6 INSTALLATION ..........1 RPT Push Trolley..... 9 6.............................1.......... All rights reserved.......................................................... 7 5............................1 DO’S: ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing .......................2 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing . 5 RPT PUSH TROLLEY & RPTC HAND-GEARED TROLLEY ............................1...........................................1........................................... 8 5...........................1 Handling / Storage ..................................................................................................1 Maintenance Table ............................................. Inc.................09 m m 1 2 CAUTION: Read the instructions supplied with the product before installation and commissioning............2 DON’TS: ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 During Use ...........................................................................2 RPTC Hand-Geared Trolley .............................................................................. ................................................................................... 4 MAINTENANCE .......................... 8 5......4 During Use .......................1 General ............................................................ 8 PART NUMBERS ...................................17.......................... 6 DO’S AND DON'TS................... 7 5.............1.......................................................... 9 6............. 5 2.......................................... 4 1................................RPT / RPTC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/06......................1 Description of the RPT Push Trolley and the RPTC Hand-geared Trolley .................................. 7 5................................................2 Lubrication ........................ and represents a non-public.......................................................................................... 7 5...............................................2.....................................................................................2..... 7 5..........................

confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Inc.. The end stops are in place before operating. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. . Depending on the cross shaft supplied. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.RPT / RPTC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/06.17. All nuts are properly tightened and include the cotter pin. All rights reserved. and represents a non-public. The table below indicates the beam flange ranges for each trolley model. one for each range. The wheels will be able to travel freely along the rail. the trolley has two cross shaft lengths. The beam flange dimensions correspond to the trolley to be installed. Figure 1.09 1 INSTALLATION Check that: The beam is adequate for the loads to be supported. 1. Trolley Adjustment 4/10 This document and the information contained herein. the trolley is adjustable only for that individual flange width range. Inc.1 Trolley Adjustment Most trolley models have two flange width ranges. The trolley wheels have adequate clearance along the entire length of rail. disclosed to third parties. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. In these cases.

95 [114 – 202] 7. 5.3 [362] 18.1 MAINTENANCE Maintenance Table Interval Annually Annually Annually monthly Qualification of personnel Qualified mechanic Operator Operator Operator Table 2.2 [411] 12.7 [322] 17 [430] 13.40 – 12. aligning the slots in the nut with the hole in the shaft.88 [50 – 200] 7.2 [188 – 310] 2. and represents a non-public. Maintenance Schedule Check For loose screws and signs of corrosion Condition of the drive pinion Measurement of the wheel tread diameter Lubrication of open gear 2.40 – 12. Inc. [kg] 550 [250] 1100 [500] 2200 [1000] 4400 [2000] 6600 [3000] 11000 [5000] 22000 [10000] 2 2. disclosed to third parties.2 [188 – 310] 3. Inc. 2. Gently pull the trolley downward to take up any play and even out the cross shaft holes. Trolley Specifications Models RPT-250 RPT-500 RPT-1000 RPTC-1000 RPT-2000 RPTC-2000 RPT-3000 RPTC-3000 RPT-5000 RPTC-5000 RPTC-10000 Beam Flange Range inch [mm] 2 – 7. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. Place and distribute equally the spare spacers on the exterior side of both side plates. Inc. 4. Place the equal number of spacers of the same length on the cross shaft in between the side plates to achieve approximately 1/8” [3 mm] of total wheel clearance between the rail and wheel flanges.5 [470] 15.20 [188 – 310] 4. 6.93 – 7. Make sure the load point on the cross shaft is centered with the center of the rail.88 – 12.88 [65 – 200] 7. melting point + 356° F Worked penetration 671 . Table 1.09 Trolley assembly procedure 1.3 [490] 16. Hand-tighten the nuts to hold the trolley side plates together. 7.56 – 7.88 – 7. Lubrication Specifications and Brands Lubrication point wheel drive pinion 5/10 This document and the information contained herein.17. Tighten each cross shaft nut until tight.20 [188 – 310] Cross Shaft Length inch [mm] 11 [278] 12 [303] 16.40 – 12.95 [100 – 202] 7.46 – 7. All rights reserved.2 [200 – 310] 3.7 [448] 14.88 [88 – 200] 7.4 [340] 17.1 [384] 19. Insert the cotter pins through each nut.40 – 12. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.725° F Operating temperature Possible brands Tribol: Molub Alloy multi-purpose grease BP: Multi-purpose grease L 21 M Mobil: Mobilgrease Special Shell: Shell Retimax AM Texaco: Molytex grease EP 2 Quantity As necessary Table 3.87 [124 – 200] 7. 3.2 Lubrication Specifications KP 0 K grease (DIN 51502) Soap-based lithium + MoS 2 Approx.5 – 7.20 [188 – 310] 4. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. ..RPT / RPTC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/06.2 [514] Maximum Capacity lbs. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.40 – 12.1 [408] 20. Spread the cotter pin end open.88 [50 – 200] 2 –7.

88 [50 – 200] 2 – 7.56 [2] Straight Weight lbs. . 6/10 This document and the information contained herein.2 [188 – 310] 3. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.40 – 12.5] 6. The shaft is specially shaped to keep the top hook or the lug centered in place.2 [200 – 310] 3. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.56 [2] 6. Trolleys have safety drop lugs and rubber bumpers are standard. The trolley wheels are single flange and crown tread type suitable for Wide Flange beams or tapered flange beams.75 [3. Table 4.09 3 3. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. LM5 or LM10 electric chain hoists can be adapted to the RPT push trolley. disclosed to third parties.5 – 7. In addition.92 [1.40 – 12. the trolley has two cross shaft lengths..RPT / RPTC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/06.20 [188 – 310] Maximum Capacity lbs.88 – 7. equipped with a safety latch.95 [114 – 202] 7.87 [124 – 200] 7.88 [50 – 200] 7.28 [1] 3. simply hooks over the cross shaft.28 [1] 4.2 [188 – 310] 2. The top hook.95 [100 – 202] 7. Inc. radius Curve ft [m] 3.93 – 7.88 [88 – 200] 7.20 [188 – 310] 4.40 – 12. All rights reserved. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. Do not stack these items of equipment on top of each other.17.20 [188 – 310] 4. Handle the equipment by its structure or in its original packaging. Inc. the LM1.000 kg]. and represents a non-public. [kg] 7. Inc. Capacity range of the RPT Push trolley models is ¼ ton [250 kg] to 5 ton [5000 kg]. RPT and RPTC Trolley Specifications Models Beam Flange Width Range inch [mm] 2 – 7.1 RPT PUSH TROLLEY & RPTC HAND-GEARED TROLLEY Description of the RPT Push Trolley and the RPTC Hand-geared Trolley The cross shaft of the RPT push trolley and the RPTC hand-geared trolley is suited for the top hook of manual chain hoists or manual lever pullers.40 – 12.5] 7 [3] 9 [4] 27 [12] 33 [15] 35 [16] 42 [19] 84 [38] 88 [40] 130 [59] 134 [61] 256 [116] 262 [119] RPT-250 RPT-500 RPT-1000 RPTC-1000 RPT-2000 RPTC-2000 RPT-3000 RPTC-3000 RPT-5000 RPTC-5000 RPTC-10000 4 HANDLING & STORAGE (Also see ‘Do’s and Don'ts’) Do not allow the equipment to fall. Wheel bearings are permanently lubricated and do not require greasing. In these cases. Most RPT and RPTC trolley models have two beam flange width ranges to cover a wide range of beam flange widths.46 – 7. Capacity range of the RPTC Hand-geared trolley models is 1 ton [1000 kg] to 10 ton [10.28 [1] 3. [kg] 550 [250] 1100 [500] 2200 [1000] 4400 [2000] 6600 [3000] 11000 [5000] 22000 [10000] Min.88 – 12.40 – 12. one for each range.56 – 7. either with a top hook or a lug.88 [65 – 200] 7.

1. atmosphere. Balance the load correctly before moving it. warning signs.4 During Use Before any maneuver. 5. Only use "original parts" when repairing or maintenance. Inc. Inc.). Verify that all safety items are in good working order (end stop.1. particularly with regard to the end stops. Establish an inspection program and record details of all maintenance work carried out. If any distortion or abnormal wear is observed.1 General Read the manual carefully and always follow its recommendations.3 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing • • • • • • • • • • • • Have the equipment installed by mechanically competent and trained personnel. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Regularly clean and protect from corrosion (oiling etc.09 5 5. Operate the equipment in normal conditions of use (ambient temperature. Verify the strength of the structure to which the equipment is to be attached. abnormal behavior. Equipment used outside should be adequately protected against the weather.RPT / RPTC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/06. etc. ensure that the load is adequately secured. the parts concerned must be replaced. Carry out regular maintenance of the equipment in accordance with the instruction manual. 7/10 This document and the information contained herein.1. 5. Periodically check tightness of bolts and locking cotter pins.1 DO’S AND DON'TS DO’S: 5. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.) in accordance with the instruction manual. Carefully follow the installation instructions provided in the equipment's instruction manual. and represents a non-public. All rights reserved. Inc. Ensure that safety regulations are complied with (safety harness. Keep this instruction manual near the equipment and readily available to the operator and the maintenance mechanic at all times. etc. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. etc. Store the equipment in a non-aggressive environment away from sources of dust or dampness etc.). Be aware of the safety rules to be observed during the various maneuvers. evacuation of work areas.). the suspension crosspiece. Do not side pull the load. disclosed to third parties.17.1.).. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Replace any worn or suspect parts. etc. 5. Regularly check the equipment.2 Handling / Storage • • • Handle the equipment by its structure either using the fittings provided for this purpose or in its original packaging. Ensure correct trolley wheel spacing relative to the rail being used. . Inform a competent person following any dangerous or doubtful operation of the equipment (strange noise.

center the equipment above the load before lifting it.1 Handling / Storage Do not put the equipment on anything without suitable support otherwise parts on the underside may become damaged. 5. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. All rights reserved. 8/10 This document and the information contained herein.17.. Remember that accidental impacts or snagging of the load being handled with surrounding objects may provoke an overload. Do not provoke violent impacts or shock loads with the equipment. Keep hands away from moving parts.2. etc. . Do not constantly use the end stops as a means of stopping.RPT / RPTC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/06.2 DON’TS: 5. bent. Inc. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling. acidity. Never use the equipment to transport people. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. etc). Never pull loads sideways. Do not use the equipment for extracting or un-jamming purposes or for lateral pulling etc. Never use the equipment if it is in bad condition (worn. disclosed to third parties.). Inc.2. Do not operate jerkily as this provokes deterioration of the equipment.09 5. Note: Check that the equipment corresponds to the details on the delivery note attached to the packaging. Inc.3 During Use Never attempt to move a load greater than the capacity indicated on the equipment. and represents a non-public. Do not expose the equipment to an aggressive environment (temperature. Do not use the equipment for a purpose or in a situation for which it is not designed. 5. Never use the equipment as a ground for welding. Do not use spare parts of unknown or doubtful origin. Never side pull the load.2. Never overload the equipment.2 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing • • Never modify the equipment.

20 [188 – 310] Part Number 52296613 52296614 52296615 52296617 52296618 52296619 52296620 52296621 52305633 52305634 Table 6. RPTC Hand-Geared Trolley Part Numbers RPTC-1000 RPTC-2000 RPTC-3000 RPTC-5000 RPTC-10000 Note: Part number of the hand chain for RPTC Hand-geared trolley is 52292623. All rights reserved. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. [kg] 2200 [1000] 4400 [2000] 6600 [3000] 11000 [5000] 22000 [10000] Beam Flange Width Range in [mm] 2.88 [65 – 200] 7.46 – 7.20 [188 – 310] 3.40 – 12. Inc.20 [188 – 310] Part Number 52291758 52291759 52291760 52291761 52291762 52291763 52291764 52296722 52296723 52296724 52296725 Table 5.56 – 7.5 – 7. Inc. 6. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.40 – 12.40 – 12. RPT Push Trolley Part Numbers RPT-250 RPT-500 RPT-1000 RPT-2000 RPT-3000 RPT-5000 6.88 [50 – 200] 7. Copyright © (2009) R&M Materials Handling.95 [114 – 202] 7. and represents a non-public.93 – 7..93 – 7.20 [200 – 310] 3.20 [188 – 310] 4.40 – 12.87 [124 – 200] 7. [kg] 550 [250] 1100 [500] 2200 [1000] 4400 [2000] 6600 [3000] 11000 [5000] Beam Flange Width Range in [mm] 2 – 7.20 [200 – 310] 3. disclosed to third parties.40 – 12. is for a hoist with 10 ft [3 m] of lift.20 [188 – 310] 2.88 – 12.2 RPTC Hand-Geared Trolley Model Maximum Capacity lbs.09 6 PART NUMBERS Part numbers listed are for complete trolleys.88 – 12. Inc.40 – 12.20 [188 – 310] 4.88 [65 – 200] 7.5 – 7.88 – 7.88 [50 – 200] 2 –7.RPT / RPTC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/06. 9/10 This document and the information contained herein.88 [88 – 200] 7.95 [100 – 202] 7.20 [188 – 310] 3.40 – 12.46 – 7.17. and the chain drop. Trolley is furnished with hand chain.1 RPT Push Trolley Model Maximum Capacity lbs.56 – 7.95 [114 – 202] 7.88 [88 – 200] 7. .95 [100 – 202] 7. unless otherwise specified.40 – 12.20 [188 – 310] 4.

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL LOW HEADROOM RMLH PUSH TROLLEY / RMLHC HAND-GEARED TROLLEY
RMLH / RMLHC
English STD-R-KHA-F-CQD-ENG

This document and the information contained herein, is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling, Inc., and represents a non-public, confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced, disclosed to third parties, altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling, Inc. Copyright © (2010) R&M Materials Handling, Inc. All rights reserved.

RMLH / RMLHC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/07.20.10

FOREWORD
This manual has been prepared to acquaint you of the procedures necessary for the installation, operation, and maintenance of the equipment you have purchased.

Proper installation is important to the ultimate performance of this equipment. Careful study of and adherence to the instructions will help ensure safe, dependable operation. It is also recommended that you keep this manual readily accessible to operators as well as maintenance and safety personnel. Information in this manual is subject to change without notice.

Warranty
All sales are subject to the R&M Materials Handling, Inc. Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale (Revision 101707), a copy of which is available at www.rmhoist.com or upon request from R&M Materials Handling, Inc. customer service/sales representatives and the terms of which are incorporated as if fully rewritten herein.

Claims for Damage in Shipment
All shipments are carefully inspected and are delivered to the carrier in good order. Upon receipt of shipment caution should be exercised so that there is no loss or damage. If damage has occurred, refuse to accept the shipment until the carrier makes the proper notation to that effect. In the event of concealed loss or damage, notify the carrier immediately. By following these suggestions you will encounter less difficulty collecting your claim.

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INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................................... 4 1.1 Trolley Adjustment ............................................................................................................................. 4 MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................................................... 5 2.1 Maintenance Table ............................................................................................................................ 5 2.2 Lubrication ......................................................................................................................................... 5 RMLH PUSH TROLLEY & RMLHC HAND-GEARED TROLLEY............................................................. 6 3.1 Description of the RMLH Push Trolley and the RMLHC Hand-geared Trolley ................................. 6 HANDLING & STORAGE .......................................................................................................................... 6 DO’S AND DON'TS.................................................................................................................................... 6 5.1 DO’S: .............................................................................................................................................. 6 5.1.1 General .......................................................................................................................................... 6 5.1.2 Handling / Storage ......................................................................................................................... 7 5.1.3 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing ............................................................................................ 7 5.1.4 During Use ..................................................................................................................................... 7 5.2 DON’TS:............................................................................................................................................. 8 5.2.1 Handling / Storage ......................................................................................................................... 8 5.2.2 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing ............................................................................................ 8 5.2.3 During Use ..................................................................................................................................... 8 PART NUMBERS ....................................................................................................................................... 9 6.1 RMLH Push Trolley ............................................................................................................................ 9 6.2 RMLHC Hand-Geared Trolley ........................................................................................................... 9

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1 Trolley Adjustment Trolley models have a single flange width range. Inc. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Inc. . All rights reserved. Inc.RMLH / RMLHC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/07. The trolley is adjustable only for that individual flange width range. All nuts are properly tightened and include the cotter pin.. Figure 1.10 1 INSTALLATION Check that: The beam is adequate for the loads to be supported. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. and represents a non-public. The wheels will be able to travel freely along the rail. Copyright © (2010) R&M Materials Handling. Table 1 on the following page indicates the beam flange range for each trolley model. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. disclosed to third parties. The beam flange dimensions correspond to the trolley to be installed. The end stops are in place before operating. 1. The trolley wheels have adequate clearance along the entire length of rail.20. Trolley Adjustment 4/9 This document and the information contained herein.

altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. 7. Maintenance Schedule Check For loose screws and signs of corrosion Condition of the drive pinion Measurement of the wheel tread diameter Lubrication of open gear 2.0 [50 – 203] 2. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.96 –8.0 [88 – 305] 4. Lubrication Specifications and Brands Lubrication point wheel drive pinion 5/9 This document and the information contained herein. Place the equal number of spacers of the same length on the cross shaft in between the side plates to achieve approximately 1/8” [3 mm] of total wheel clearance between the rail and wheel flanges.2 Lubrication Specifications KP 0 K grease (DIN 51502) Soap-based lithium + MoS 2 Approx. Gently pull the trolley downward to take up any play and even out the cross shaft holes.0 [64 – 305] 3.725° F Operating temperature Possible brands Tribol: Molub Alloy multi-purpose grease BP: Multi-purpose grease L 21 M Mobil: Mobilgrease Special Shell: Shell Retimax AM Texaco: Molytex grease EP 2 Quantity As necessary Table 3. and represents a non-public. 4. disclosed to third parties.20.52 – 12. Trolley Specifications Models RMLH-500 RMLHC-500 RMLH-1000 RMLHC-1000 RMLH-2000 RMLHC-2000 RMLH-5000 RMLHC-5000 Beam Flange Range inch [mm] 1.49 – 12.46 – 12. Copyright © (2010) R&M Materials Handling.0 [114 – 305] Maximum Capacity lbs. Insert the cotter pins through each nut. . [kg] 1100 [500] 2200 [1000] 4400 [2000] 11000 [5000] 2 2. Spread the cotter pin end open. Place and distribute equally the spare spacers on the exterior side of both side plates. Tighten each cross shaft nut until tight. aligning the slots in the nut with the hole in the shaft. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Make sure the load point on the cross shaft is centered with the center of the rail. Inc. 3.1 MAINTENANCE Maintenance Table Interval Annually Annually Annually monthly Qualification of personnel Qualified mechanic Operator Operator Operator Table 2. All rights reserved. Table 1. 5. Inc. melting point + 356° F Worked penetration 671 . Hand-tighten the nuts to hold the trolley side plates together. Inc. 2. 6..10 Trolley assembly procedure 1.RMLH / RMLHC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/07.

56 [2] Weight lbs.5] 210.1. Inc. 6/9 This document and the information contained herein.10 3 3. Inc. Table 4.28 [1] 4. Keep this instruction manual near the equipment and readily available to the operator and the maintenance mechanic at all times. . [kg] 46.1 RMLH PUSH TROLLEY & RMLHC HAND-GEARED TROLLEY Description of the RMLH Push Trolley and the RMLHC Handgeared Trolley RMLH and RMLHC trolley models have a single beam flange width to cover a wide range of beam flange widths. All rights reserved. Do not stack these items of equipment on top of each other. Inc.92 [1. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Copyright © (2010) R&M Materials Handling. Capacity range of the RMLHC Hand-geared trolley models is ½ ton [500 kg] to 5 ton [5000 kg].96 – 8. The trolley wheels are single flange and crown tread type suitable for Wide Flange beams or tapered flange beams. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. Wheel bearings are permanently lubricated and do not require greasing. Capacity range of the RMLH Push trolley models is ½ ton [500 kg] to 5 ton [5000 kg]. RMLH and RMLHC Trolley Specifications Models Beam Flange Width Range inch [mm] 1. [kg] 1100 [500] 2200 [1000] 4400 [2000] 11000 [5000] Min.28 [1] 3.0 [50 – 203] 2.49 – 12.1 General Read the manual carefully and always follow its recommendations. Handle the equipment by its structure or in its original packaging. disclosed to third parties.0 [114 – 305] Maximum Capacity lbs.1 [95.46 – 12.0] 64. Only use "original parts" when repairing or maintenance..52 – 12. and represents a non-public.5 [29.5] RMLH-500 RMLHC-500 RMLH-1000 RMLHC-1000 RMLH-2000 RMLHC-2000 RMLH-5000 RMLHC-5000 4 HANDLING & STORAGE (Also see ‘Do’s and Don'ts’) Do not allow the equipment to fall. Trolleys have safety drop lugs and rubber bumpers are standard.1 DO’S AND DON'TS DO’S: 5.3] 113.0 [64 – 305] 3. radius Curve ft [m] 3.2 [21.RMLH / RMLHC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/07.3 [51. 5 5.20.0 [88 – 305] 4. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.5] 6.

etc. Carefully follow the installation instructions provided in the equipment's instruction manual.. Inc.). Ensure that safety regulations are complied with (safety harness.2 Handling / Storage • • • Handle the equipment by its structure either using the fittings provided for this purpose or in its original packaging.1. . the suspension crosspiece.3 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing • • • • • • • • • • • • Have the equipment installed by mechanically competent and trained personnel. the parts concerned must be replaced. Regularly clean and protect from corrosion (oiling etc. Operate the equipment in normal conditions of use (ambient temperature.).1.). Ensure correct trolley wheel spacing relative to the rail being used.4 During Use Before any maneuver. Periodically check tightness of bolts and locking cotter pins. Establish an inspection program and record details of all maintenance work carried out. Copyright © (2010) R&M Materials Handling. Verify that all safety items are in good working order (end stop. etc. abnormal behavior.1. Be aware of the safety rules to be observed during the various maneuvers. etc. Carry out regular maintenance of the equipment in accordance with the instruction manual.). Replace any worn or suspect parts. Equipment used outside should be adequately protected against the weather. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. Inform a competent person following any dangerous or doubtful operation of the equipment (strange noise. Verify the strength of the structure to which the equipment is to be attached. and represents a non-public. If any distortion or abnormal wear is observed. atmosphere. particularly with regard to the end stops. 7/9 This document and the information contained herein. Do not side pull the load. All rights reserved.10 5.RMLH / RMLHC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/07. 5. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Balance the load correctly before moving it. 5.20. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. etc. warning signs. Inc. Store the equipment in a non-aggressive environment away from sources of dust or dampness etc. ensure that the load is adequately secured. Regularly check the equipment. disclosed to third parties. evacuation of work areas.) in accordance with the instruction manual. Inc.

Never overload the equipment.2.1 Handling / Storage Do not put the equipment on anything without suitable support otherwise parts on the underside may become damaged. disclosed to third parties. center the equipment above the load before lifting it. etc). .20. Do not use the equipment for a purpose or in a situation for which it is not designed. Do not provoke violent impacts or shock loads with the equipment.RMLH / RMLHC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/07. Do not use spare parts of unknown or doubtful origin. etc. Note: Check that the equipment corresponds to the details on the delivery note attached to the packaging. Never pull loads sideways. bent. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced. Do not constantly use the end stops as a means of stopping. and represents a non-public. Never side pull the load. Never use the equipment as a ground for welding.2 DON’TS: 5. 8/9 This document and the information contained herein.10 5. Remember that accidental impacts or snagging of the load being handled with surrounding objects may provoke an overload. Do not use the equipment for extracting or un-jamming purposes or for lateral pulling etc. 5.2 Installation / Maintenance / Servicing • • Never modify the equipment.). acidity. Keep hands away from moving parts. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling. All rights reserved. Inc. 5. Never use the equipment if it is in bad condition (worn.3 During Use Never attempt to move a load greater than the capacity indicated on the equipment. Copyright © (2010) R&M Materials Handling. Do not operate jerkily as this provokes deterioration of the equipment. Never use the equipment to transport people. Inc.2. Inc. Do not expose the equipment to an aggressive environment (temperature. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling.2..

Inc.5 – 7. confidential and proprietary trade secret that may not be reproduced.46 – 7.20.46 – 7. RMLHC Hand-Geared Trolley Part Numbers RMLHC-500 RMLHC-1000 RMLHC-2000 RMLHC-5000 Note: Part number of the hand chain for RMLHC Hand-geared trolley is 52292623.0 [50 – 203] 2.88 [88 – 200] 4. All rights reserved. is for a hoist with 10 ft [3 m] of lift. [kg] 1100 [500] 2200 [1000] 4400 [2000] 11000 [5000] Beam Flange Width Range in [mm] 1.0 [50 – 203] 2. and represents a non-public. RMLH Push Trolley Part Numbers RMLH-500 RMLH-1000 RMLH-2000 RMLH-5000 6.10 6 PART NUMBERS Part numbers listed are for complete trolleys. Trolley is furnished with hand chain. . and the chain drop.52 – 12. Inc.. [kg] 1100 [500] 2200 [1000] 4400 [2000] 11000 [5000] Beam Flange Width Range in [mm] 1.0 [64 – 305] 3. 9/9 This document and the information contained herein.95 [114 – 202] Part Number 52392718 52392719 52392720 52392721 Table 6.52 – 12.2 RMLHC Hand-Geared Trolley Model Maximum Capacity lbs.RMLH / RMLHC INSTRUCTION MANUAL/EN/07.96 –8. Inc. is the exclusive property of R&M Materials Handling.95 [114 – 202] Part Number 52426366 52426367 52426368 52426369 Table 5.1 RMLH Push Trolley Model Maximum Capacity lbs. Copyright © (2010) R&M Materials Handling.88 [88 – 200] 4. 6.0 [64 – 305] 3.96 –8. unless otherwise specified. altered or otherwise employed in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of R&M Materials Handling. disclosed to third parties.5 – 7.