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 Series 571 & 572 Fre Rol Davit Cranes

Model 571E4 Portable Hoist
Model 571E4

Model 572M1
Model 572M1

Hand or Power Winch Operation Up to 2200 lb capacity

Hand Winch Operated Models include spur gear or worm gear hand winch with brake for load control.

Power Winch Operated Models include 115 volt 1 phase AC electric winch with pendant control and brake. Other voltages and phases, 12 volt DC, pneumatic, and hydraulic available, contact factory.

Fixed Boom Boom Position C

Adjustable Boom Option adjusts between Boom Position A and D with hand operated ratchet style screw-jack, used to adjust height and reach.

Mast and Boom Rotate on tapered roller bearings for smooth 360 load movement. Mast locks in one of four positions with hand tightened lock bolt. Handle on the mast makes rotation easy.

Gusset Style Base for permanent installation and stability under load.

Wire Rope Assemblies sold separately. See tables on following pages.


  Crane Configurations, Bases, and Options
model description
ship wt.(lb)
571M1up to 1500 lb with M4311PB-K spur gear hand winch425
571M2 up to 1500 lb with 4WM2V-K worm gear hand winch450
571E2up to 1500 lb with 4WP2-K electric winch 115 VAC, 1 phase, 6 ft pendant control475
571E4up to 1500 lb with 4777-K electric winch 115 VAC, 1 phase, 6 ft pendant control489
572M1up to 2200 lb with M452B-K spur gear hand winch720
572E3up to 2000 lb with 4771-K electric winch 115 VAC, 1 phase, 6 ft pendant control750
572E5up to 2200 lb with 4WS3M6-K electric winch 115 VAC, 1 phase, 6 ft pendant control
(other configurations available, please contact factory)
SJ1ratchet style screw-jack for Series 571 (replaces standard boom brace)36
SJ2 ratchet style screw-jack for Series 572 (replaces standard boom brace)90
Optional wire rope assemblies

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Important: It is the owner's or operator's responsibility to determine the suitability of the equipment to its intended use. Study all applicable codes, manuals, and regulations. Be sure to read the Owner's Manual supplied with the equipment before operating it. 
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