R36 Pump Hoist
R36 Pump Hoist OptionsClick below to view options.
- Breakout Wrench Cylinder (R12 - 50T)
- Cathead (R12 - 50T)
- Electronic Spudder/Walking Beam
- Front Hydraulic Jacks (8T - 50)
- Headache Rack
- Other options are available upon request
- Power to Rear
- Sandline Winch (8T - 50T)
- Work Lights
- Mast: 44 ft. high telescoping mast with 6 ft. maximum layback
- Capacity: 14,000 lbs. single line, 72,000 lbs. with 6 part line
- Mainline block speed: 50 feet per minute
- Mainline cable: 3/4" X 280'
- The tailout winch has a 3,000 lb. lifting capacity at 100 feet per minute and uses a fail-safe brake. Tailout cable: 3/8"
- Line block: 3 sheave block with bearings for 6 part line, hook is included
- PTO for standard transmission
- Hydraulic pump: Hydro-static pump
- Oil cooler with hydraulically driven fan
- Hydraulic bypass valves are incorporated to protect from overloading
- Rear hydraulic outriggers with holding valves
- Holding valve on mast cylinders
- Gray paint on the mast and black paint on the deck and rig frame
R36 Pump Hoist
The R36 pump hoist is our second largest pulling hoist with 72,000 lbs. capacity and a 44 ft. high telescoping mast that is designed for fast and easy setup by means of a self supporting mast with two 5" bore hydraulic cylinders. A guy cable is not needed in most situations. Designed to allow for easy access to hard-to-get-to pumps.
Both the mainline and optional sandline use motors are hydrostatically driven with infinite variable speed control for exceptionally smooth operation. These motors include an internal braking system that allow long life with little maintenance.
The optional sandline winch is operated power-up and power-down. The sandline has a bare lifting capacity of 13,000 lbs. at 300 ft per minute. Cable capacity is 3,000' of 9/16" cable.
Controls are conveniently located at the left rear corner of the unit in close proximity to the work area.
A Hunke deck is an essential part of the R36 pump hoist. A minimum length of 20' is required.
The front portion of the deck remains open for cargo and work tools.