LIFTING CAPACITY Minimum of 9,000 pounds dumping and lifting capacity with a minimum of 58 degree dump angle, with at least a 40" truck frame height
LIFTING CAPACITY Minimum of 9,000 pounds dumping and lifting capacity with a minimum of 58 degree dump angle, with at least a 40" truck frame height. Hook lift must be able to handle skid-mounted containers/bodies with subframe lengths of 10 through 13 feet.
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Direct mount gear type pump, 7.2 gpm at 1000 rpm, 2,800-PSI maximum system operating pressure. 15-gallon reservoir (minimum) is to have a sight glass to indicate fluid level with integral thermometer. Must contain a 200 mesh, 74 micron screen strainer. Must contain a filter assembly with replaceable 10-Micron filter cartridge. Control valves to be stackable type with J.I.C. 37-degree fittings. High-pressure hoses to be SAE 100R2, or equivalent, rated for 2800 PSI (maximum) working pressure. System must contain an integral 2,800-PSI relief valve. Dual control levers cable operated mounted in truck cab. Controls are to be spring centering type for safe operation.
HOOK LIFT SYSTEM The complete mechanism, including hydraulics, to be made in the U.S.A. with service and parts readily available. Dump/load cylinders are double acting, twin cylinders, sized for unit capacity with double integral counterbalance valves. Dump/load cylinders to be a minimum 4" Bore by 38" stroke. Telescoping jib section shall be double acting, single cylinder sized to unit capacity with a single counterbalance valve. Jib cylinder to be a minimum 2.5" Bore by 24" stroke. Jib must be capable of hydraulically sliding the body/container horizontally on the chassis, without lifting, to adjust weight distribution while remaining in the body locks. Must have a positive jib safety lock valve to prevent jib operation while in the dump mode. Jib hook to be capable of reaching rearward to A-frame eye by double articulating hinge points in the hoist mechanism
SwapLoader U.S.A., Ltd., 1800 Broadway NE, Des Moines, IA 50313. Tel: 515-266-1141; Fax: 515-266-3042.