Sala Advanced "Pole Hoist Davit". Lightweight Aluminium For Manriding using Independent Overhead Anchorage
Connected via single anchor point, allowing you to work from direction from any angle. Complete with optional man-riding hoist.
Advanced 4’ - 7’ (1.2m - 2.13m) Extendable Pole Hoist.
|8510409||4’-7’ (1.2 m - 2.13 m) Extendable Pole Hoist, swivel
head & hardware. Includes winch bracket.
|8516303||4’-7’ (1.2 m - 2.13 m) Extendable Pole Hoist, swivel
head & stainless steel hardware. Includes winch bracket.
|Weight: 12 lbs (5.4 kg)|
Advanced 6’ - 10’ (1.8 m - 3.05 m) Extendable Pole Hoist.
|8510476||6’-10’ (1.8 m - 3.05 m) Extendable Pole Hoist,
swivel head & hardware. Includes winch bracket.
|8520869||6’-10’ (1.8 m - 3.05 m) Extendable Pole Hoist, swivel Head & stainless steel
hardware. Includes winch bracket.
|Weight 14 lbs (6.4 kg)|
The lightweight Pole Hoist is an extremely versatile piece of confined space entry / retrieval and rescue equipment. Simply attch via carabiner and the universal attachment ring to a suitable anchor point to work in ant direction from any angle. Overall length adjusts 1.8m to 3m (6' - 10' ft). For positioning personnel or working in confined space. Designed for use with Sala (UCL) safety systems winches.
Powder coated welded aluminum construction with zinc plated steel hardware.
Anchor points for the pole hoist must be capable of withstanding a minimum load of 907 kg (2000 lbs) 4.4 KN.
|Rated Capacity (working load)||204kg||450lbs|
|Max. Allowed arresting force (M.A.F) rating for retractable devices ro shock absorbers||453.6kg (4.4kn)||1000lbs|
|T-Bar Leg Assembly||3kg||7lbs|
|Material and Construction|
|General Construction||Welded Aluminum / Steel|
|Weld Certification||CWB-47.2, CWB-47.1|
|Base Material||6061-T6, 5052 Aluminum|
|Hardware||GR.5/GR.8 Steel, Zinc Plated|
|Finish||Gray Powder Coat|
A) Setting up the Pole Hoist
- Remove all parts from strorage / transport bags
containers etc. and layout on ground.
- Remove Pin (1) from T-bar leg assembly (2),
rotate leg and replace pin. Remove Pin(3)
from T-bar leg assembly rotate foot assembly and replace pin.
- Remove Pin(4) to adjust T-bar leg assembly to a comfortable height
for winch operation.
B) Winch and Cable Routing Installation
- Install winch with upper slot in back plate (4) over hook
on flat quick mount plate (5).
- Swing winch in and down so that the mounting stud (6)
engages the hole in the winch carrying handle (7).
- Thread clamp knob (8) onto stud (6) and tighten securely
- Pay out 5' to 10' of cable from winch, maintaining at least
10 lb. (5 kg) of tension on cable at all times.
- Remove cable roller pin (9) & guide pulley (10) from pole
hoist mast assembly (11). Place cable under guide pulley
and replace guide pulley & cable roller pin.
- Rotate pole hoist head assembly (12) so that slots
through head align. Place cable through slot in head
assembly and over pulley and around cable retainer
C) Pole Hoist Installation to Rated Anchor Point
- Using hanger bracket(1) on top pulley assembly (2), hang pole hoist using certified anchorage point and certified hardware.
- Make sure the T-bar leg(3) assembly is as vertical as possible to
support the weight of winch while in use.
D) Installation of Winches, Self-Retracting Lifelines (SLR's), Work Positioning and Fall-Arrest Devices not Manufactured by Sala (UCL) Advanced Products
Your Pole-Hoist system can be used as a support structure for various types of safety devices. Any accessories being used for the hoist MUST BE installed, inspected, maintained and operated according to the manufactures instructions. All installations MUST BE approved to local standards by a qualified engineer.
E) Inspection of Equipment Prior to Use
- Check all structural parts for damage: dents, cracked welds bend or crushed tubes. Minor cosmetic damage will not affect the structural integrity of the hoist, but any seriously damaged parts MUST BE repaired or replaced before using the hoist.
- Check all hardware ( pins, tri-screws, adjuster screws, nuts, bolts, pulleys, rollers and winch brackets) for damaged threads, bend, damaged or missing fasteners, loose fasteners. Check all pulleys and rollers for chips, grooves and excessive wear. Ensure that all pulleys and rollers turn freely.
- Inspect all equipment for missing, damaged or otherwise illegible warning stickers. Any damaged, missing or otherwise illegible stickers MUST BE replaced before using hoist.
- If you are using UCL Safety Systems Winches with your hoist, inspect the winch and cable as outlined in the "maintenance and inspection" section of the Digital Series Winch operators manual.
- Any additional winches, self-retracting lifelines (SRL's), work positioning or fall-arrest equipment being used with your UCL Safety Systems Hoist MUST BE installed, inspected, maintained and operated according to the manufactures instruction.
- Report any problems with the equipment to your supervisor and DO NOT USE the equipment until it has been repaired or replaced.