The manual wire rope puller is a hand operated lifting and pulling device. The puller could also be used for lowering, tensioning and guiding which makes it a versatile, portable and multipurpose tool.
The principle function of the wire puller is that the rope passes through mechanical jaws rather than being reeled on a drum of a puller or conventional winch. The tension of the rope is applied by means of two pairs of self-energised jaws which apply a grip onto the wire rope in sections.
The effort is transferred to the jaws by two parallel levers, one for forward operation and the other for reverse operation. A telescopic bar, fitted to either the forward or reverse lever, transmits the effort to the jaw mechanism. This parallel clamping system provides an evenly distributed grip at a lower force, resulting in less rope wear. The load is held securely at all times.
- Range from 800kg to 5400kg (lifting capacity)
- Corrosion free aluminium alloy casing or steel versions available
- Rope clamp system easily disengaged with a lever allowing smooth installation of wire rope
- Individually serial numbered for traceability
- Lightweight manual pulling machines - simple and safe to operate
- Shear pins can be replaced without removing the load
- Spare shear pins supplied
- Parallel clamping system providing evenly distributed grip at a lower force, resulting in less rope wear
- Usable at horizontal, vertical and angled working positions
- Equipped with an anchor bolt offering numerous connection possibilities
- Supplied with relevant certification and user instructions
- Compact high-strength
- 20m steel wire with eye hook as standard
- Overload protection built in, with a shearing pin in the forward lever